Hi Doug, any doubts are quickly dispelled when I see a title of a much loved film for sale, I can see where you're coming from, its a sensible question too. This hobby is expensive, but then again, even if you never bought another film, you still have your own little
collection of well loved titles that you can continue to enjoy. Years ago, when I first got into the hobby, you could put all my films into a moderate size cardboard box, but I reckon I had more fun with a handful of titles than what I have now, strange isn't it, but very true.
I suppose part of it is the pleasure we all get from owning a particular film that interests us, could be an up to the minute blockbuster
or one of the silent classics, its all a matter of taste, but it is important to us, then the added bonus of folk wanting a film show, well
what better excuse for a few drinks, good conversation, some nibbles and your film. A hell of a difference to watching TV, it has became
an occasion that some people may never ever experience, a real live picture show, now that will be a conversation starter for them, especially in this digital age, your films just might be more important than you think.