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  • #91
    There you go Doug, you learn something new, I wasn't aware it had an alternative title either, Mark

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    • #92
      My grandson Jacob stays overnight on Saturdays. Last night we watched 9 to 5 at his request. He is totally into watching the projector and can tell you how it all works. I don't have a screen yet so just projecting to the wall.

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      • #93
        Great to see youngsters enjoying film Janice

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        • #94
          "The African Queen" ... Color is fading, but the story and the acting is so good... I just add a few blue filters and enjoy.

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          • #95
            Robby Benson in One-on-One 1977. This print is also very faded as my African Queen print, but using the same blue filters brings back a lot of the color. I think once I get a screen it will look even better.

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            • #96
              I finally got to pick a movie I wanted to see.... Bringing Up Baby.

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              • #97
                Janice...I take it since you moved you no longer have your old TV/screen set up from before? That really seemed to work good.

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                • #98
                  Hi Bill...Unfortunately my big old Sony TV Screen didn't survive the move. The screen itself was undamaged...but the plastic frame broke apart. It's probably for the best. My new living room doesn't really lend itself to the setup I had at my old house. I've decided to project to the wall for now until I can decide whether to use screen paint on the wall or a motorized screen. The wall is not white ...kind of a light tan color, but projection still looks good.

                  I brought in my swivel rocker patio chairs for the winter and for now they make nice seating in my new cine room. I'm continuing to look for seating options. The picture size on the wall is a little over 80" in width... much bigger than my old TV screen.

                  I really miss my old film setup...but the move has been great for me and I love the house. It may take awhile, but the new setup is going to be even better than the old one.

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                  Even with some ambient light the contrast is good.

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                  • #99
                    „Arsenic and Old Lace“... An amazing print and perfect for this special day

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                    • Love that film Oliver. Another great Cary Grant movie. You are lucky to have that in your collection!

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                      • Thank You, Janice.
                        This is a feelgood classic which I could watch over and over again and You still find a new detail...!
                        Especially on the big screen.

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                        • A few days ago, a French film : Les trois mousquetaires, the 1961 version of this classic novel. The print is Danish, so there are danish subtitles (which didn't distract me). Good colours. Last night, another classical French film (also a danish print) : L'as des as with Jean-Paul Belmondo. Good colours as well. Since the action is set almost all the time in Germany, there are some dialogues in German, but fortunately not too many as they are subtitled in...Danish. After that film, I watched a 1985 documentary in French (600m/2000ft) about Groenland. Very good colours (and no Danish subtitles ).

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                          • Time After Time (1979) ... Classic 😀

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                            • What a great movie Janice! Nice looking print too!

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                              • Some Like It Hot (1959)...Jack Lemmon and Tony Curtis at their best!

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