It is true Robert, if the film is interesting, you ignore the subs, recently Susan and I watched "10 to Midnight", a Chas Bronson actioner, like the other two I have, it looks like LPP stock, colour is great, if prints were made available of "The Wicker Man", subtitled, my fingers
would be a blur putting a bid in. Sometimes its a case of chance, if your movie turns up with a foreign soundtrack or subs, me, it isn't too
much of a problem, two of my favourite 16MM spaghetti westerns have a German soundtrack, "The Big Silence" & "The Hellbenders", but
the brilliant Ennio Morricone soundtracks make up for that, apart from which I've never seen the first anywhere, the second I saw once in the "BIG REEL" publication some years ago. Another rarity, I've never ever seen another, was "Die Schlangengrube und das Pendel"
a horror epic AKA "The Blood Demon" with Lex Barker and Sir Chris Lee, a stunning AGFA print that does full justice to the rich colour. I
doubt if one would ever turn up again, so I am glad I bought it when I did, it was over 300 Euros plus post from Germany, but worth every coin to me.