RE: What are your most recent film purchases?

#451 by Vidar Olavesen , Tue Feb 07, 2017 12:26 am

Too bad mine only had white boxes then :-( Oh, well, gonna have them on two 1200' anyways and print out a poster or something

You have the cover? Would love to see it


 
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RE: What are your most recent film purchases?

#452 by Eivind Mork , Tue Feb 14, 2017 8:00 am

Bought two more in the World in Flames series yesterday:
- War on the Seas
- Battle of Moscow

And with that I have 16 of 22. It seems to be harder and harder to find the remaining ones. But some day I will find the last one :-)



 
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RE: What are your most recent film purchases?

#453 by Andrew Woodcock ( deleted ) , Tue Feb 14, 2017 11:44 am

Those that seek do always find....eventually!😊

Keep up the hunt Eivind and some day your prints will come.😊😊


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RE: What are your most recent film purchases?

#454 by Eivind Mork , Tue Feb 14, 2017 11:50 am

Yes, I guess I will find them all one day. I actually don't want to find them all at once. It is a great feeling finding something you have looked for a long time. I enjoy them more when they are hard to find and I finally find them. I don't have a rush :-) I have found more in a year than I thought I would.



 
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RE: What are your most recent film purchases?

#455 by Andrew Woodcock ( deleted ) , Tue Feb 14, 2017 12:22 pm

Indeed it is Eivind!

The thrill of the seek and the eventual find, is all part of the sport Eivind.


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RE: What are your most recent film purchases?

#456 by Vidar Olavesen , Tue Feb 14, 2017 2:11 pm

My package today
200' films



400'



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RE: What are your most recent film purchases?

#457 by Andrew Woodcock ( deleted ) , Tue Feb 14, 2017 2:59 pm

Looks,like you're in for a "horrifying" nights viewing there Vidar! 😂😂😂

The perfect film set for Halloween! 😂😂


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RE: What are your most recent film purchases?

#458 by Eivind Mork , Tue Feb 14, 2017 4:00 pm

Those covers are indeed cooler than most covers on the unmentionables.



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RE: What are your most recent film purchases?

#459 by Vidar Olavesen , Tue Feb 14, 2017 4:28 pm

Todays cover artists are not as good, the old posters and covers were brilliant


 
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RE: What are your most recent film purchases?

#460 by Andrew Woodcock ( deleted ) , Tue Feb 14, 2017 4:51 pm

Having just purchased a few highly sought after titles from Barry here a moment ago, I remembered seeing one I've just bought, on Deranns final ever list they put out.

Figaro & Frankie was a snip at £14 brand new and boxed and other delights were there also for the taking at that very sad time.

Vidar could have had 10 of his boxes for £12.50

Others could have pocketed a brand new print of the then "out of print" WD classic "Bambi" for just £250 brand new.

What a terrible shame it all had to end sadly around that time period :((


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Only 2 months ago, we had a 40% and 45% rise in our gas and electricity bills – now we have been informed that our rates and business insurance will more than double upon renewal (due in part to the riots no doubt).

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001– HOW TO MAKE A PORNO MOVIE– 1x200’ A/B. £7.00. Light hearted naughty extract from one of Britains many ‘Confessions/Adventures of’ films of the 70’s.

002– HOT VIBRATIONS #2– 1x200’ B. £9.00. Sexy glamour/soft sex movie.

003– DOCTOR ZHIVAGO TRL– 1x100’ A. Scope. £5.00. Oscar winning epic with Julie Christie and Omar Sharif.

004– STAR WARS– 1x200’ B/C. £4.00. Highlights from this Sci-fi blockbuster that set the world ablaze.

005– THE PLANK– 3x400’ A. £48.00. Classic short British comedy, from 1967, about two workmen delivering planks to a building site...Stars Eric Sykes, Tommy Cooper, Jimmy Edwards, Roy Castle and many, many more.

006- MOTHER GOOSE GOES TO HOLLYWOOD- 1x200’ A/B. £7.00. Animated This is not a Derann print. Bonum spool and case

007- FRENZY- 1x200’ B/W. A. £3.00. 1972. The penultimate film of Alfred Hitchcock’s extensive career. Jon Finch, Alec McCowen and Barry Foster star. Original Universal 8 packaging

008– THE QUEEN MOTHERS 75TH BIRTHDAY– 1x200. B. Faded. £3.00. British Movietone Special to celebrate the royal event.

009– GONE WITH THE WIND TRL– 1x50’ A. £3.00. With Vivien Leigh and Clark Gable.

010– ARTHUR TRL– 1x50’ A. £4.00. Stars Dudley Moore.

011– INTERNATIONAL VELVET– 1x400’ A/B. Fade. £6.00. Equestrian drama starring Tatum O’Neal,
Christopher Plummer and Nannette Newman. Original box.

012– TOPICS– 1x300’ A. Some fade. Optical sound. £12.00. In-flight short featuring Tigers.

013– SHOW BOAT TRL– 1x100’ A. £5.00. Kathryn Grayson and Howard Keel star in this 1951 MGM musical.

014– JIM REEVES MEMORIAL– 1x200’ B. £12.00. Jim sings ’I’ve lived a lot in my time’, ’If you were mine’, ’Mexican Joe’ and ’Then I’ll stop loving you’.

015– THE SOUND OF MUSIC– 1x400’ A. £9.00. Classic Rogers and Hammerstein musical from 1965. Julie Andrews and Christopher Plummer star. Original box.

016– MUSICAL TRAILER REEL– 1x400’ A. Scope. £12.00. Includes the trailers for Viva Las Vegas (flat); The Slipper and the Rose; Alice’s Adventures In Wonderland; Annie. The last three in scope and very long.

017– BENITO MUSSOLINI– 1x600’ Standard 8/B&W/Silent. £12.00. The subtitle on this Blackhawk documentary is ’The first of the modern dictators’

018– HAWAII– 1x200’ A. £12.00. Pathe Pictorial An American state of just six islands and 2000 miles from San Francisco, where the old and the new collide.

019– DISNEY’S GREATEST CHASES– 1x400’ A. £10.00. Hilarious chase sequences from Disney’s live action comedies. Includes Freaky Friday; No Deposit, No Return; and Return from Witch Mountain.

020– ON THE WESTERN REGION– 1x200’ A/B. £12.00. Filmed between 1959 and 1962 when steam trains were an every day sight, it features working Castle and King classes.

021– SNOW– 1x200’ A. £25.00. Unavailable for many years. Trains, travellers and railway-men alike all battle against the bitter elements that formed the winter of 62/63.

022– CAMEO SHORT– 1x200’ B. Optical sound. £10.00. David Frost hosts this short from Cameo Network for Malaysian Airways. Includes ‘Buying perfume for a woman’ A bi-plane air display; while Marlboro presents a Western Heritage piece.

023– OH, MR. PORTER!– 5x400’ A. B&W. £65.00. Classic British comedy from 1937 starring comic genius Will Hay. With the help of a relative, a hopeless railway employee is made stationmaster of Buggleskelly. Determined to make his mark, he devises a number of schemes to put Buggleskelly on the railway map, but instead falls foul of a gang of gun runners.

024– ALTAI DEMAGNETIZER- £20.00. Perfect magnetic head destaticizer

025– GYPSY HOLIDAY– 1x200’ A.B Optical sound. £12.00. Excellent entry from Look at Life with narration from Tim Turner.

026– CAMEL CIGARETTE AD– 1x20’ A. Optical sound. £4.00. After shooting the rapids a traveller lights up a Camel Filtre.

027– WORLD ON PARADE– 1x200’ A/B. Optical sound. £12.00. British airways in-flight short, from 1984; Includes articles on hotels in France, Banking (Yankee Traders), WW2 Spitfire fighter plane at air show, The Nissan 3000ZX, Chivas Regal scotch.

028– RIO GRANDE– 1x400’ A/B. B&W. Optical sound. £15.00. John Wayne and Maureen O’Hara star in this Republic production from 1950 directed by John Ford.

029– GENEVIEVE– 1x600’ A/B. £30.00. 1953. Fun British comedy which centres on the rivalry between two drivers at the annual London to Brighton vintage car rally. John Gregson, Dinah Sheridan and Kenneth More star. Derann release. Original Derann box.

030– EASTER PARADE– 1x400’ A. £9.00. Fred Astaire and Judy Garland star in this dazzling MGM musical from 1948. Original box.

031– THE ISLAND– 2x400’ A. £12.00. Bizarre thriller with the odd gory moment. Michael Caine modern day pirates when his son is kidnapped. Original packaging.

032– ANCHORS AWEIGH– 1x400’ A/B. £10.00. Frank Sinatra and Gene Kelly are the two sailors on shore leave who meet two girls and fall in love. Great song and dance numbers. Original box.

033– SLAP SHOT– 1x600’ A. £12.00. Outrageous comedy with Paul Newman as the coach of The Chiefs, a third-rate minor league ice hockey team.

034– DUEL– 1x400’ A. £15.00. TV movie directed by Steven Spielberg that was so well received, it was released as theatrical movie worldwide. Dennis Weaver is the lone driver who encounters a maniac truck driver. Original box.

035– CARRY ON ABROAD #1– 1x400’ A. £16.00. Hilarious antics from the entire ‘Carry On’ team, in this, one of their very best. Original box.

036- CARRY ON ABROAD #2– 1x400’ A. £16.00. Further Hilarious antics from the entire ‘Carry On’ team. This was the second of two digests that Derann released. Original box.

037– NO LIMIT– 1x400’ A. B&W. £15.00. George Formby stars in this, his most famous, 1935 comedy. George travels to the Isle of Man, his one ambition to win the TT races. Original box.

038– THE SUGERLAND EXPRESS– 1x600’ A. £16.00. Another film directed by Steven Spielberg. This is a fast passed thriller that follows the flight of a couple by car across Texas in order to claim their child.

039– ACADEMY LEADERS (6)- 1x50’ A. B&W Silent. £5.00. Perfect to replace damaged leaders.

040– ACADEMY LEADERS (6)- 1x50’ A. B&W Silent. £5.00. Perfect to replace damaged leaders.

041– MEMORIES OF ME– 5x400’ A/B. Optical sound. £35.00. Billy Crystal co-wrote, co-produced and stars in this comedy-drama. He plays a heart surgeon who has a heart attack, which causes him to seek out his estranged father (Alan King), a movie-extra who fancies himself a big star. The script is filled with one-liners galore and direction by Henry Winkler.

042– GOD SAVE THE QUEEN TRL– 1x20’ A. £3.00. The Queen at the trooping of the colour, perfect way to end your show.

043- TRUE LIES TRAILER– 1x80’ A. £4.00. Action with Arnold Shwarzenegger and Jamie Lee Curtis.

044– JURASSIC PARK TRAILERS– 1x90’ A. £6.00. Two different trailers to this Steven Spielberg dinosaur thriller.

045– BOOMING GOOD WISHES– 1x200’ A. £12.00. Now unavailable. A Look at Life that traces the history of the greetings card, their design and the artists who design them.

046– KNIGHT DUTY– 1x400’ A. (Some damage to credits) B&W. £14.00. A great short for Harry Langdon fans. The entire 20 minutes go by without more than twenty words being uttered. Langdon finds himself in a museum with wax dummies and foils some jewel thieves. Original Niles packaging.

047– THE CHUCKLE HEADS– 1x400’ A. B&W. £8.00. Includes Poodles’ Motor Bike Riders; Joy Ride with Sennett all-stars. Silent comedies with music tracks.

048– THE BEST OF BENNY HILL PART 2– 1x200’ A. £12.00. Some of Benny’s greatest TV gags.

049– FLYING LEATHERNECKS– 1x400’ A. B&W. £10.00. Major Kirby leads The Wildcats squadron into the historic WWII battle of Guadalcanal. Stars John Wayne and Robert Ryan. Original box.

050– THE HAUNTED HOUSE– 1x400’ A. B&W. £10.00. Comedy with the Bowery Boys. When the Kids try to fix up a house for newlyweds, they find the place next door "haunted" by mysterious men. Co-Stars Bela Lugosi.

051– WAR DRUMS ACROSS THE PLAINS Aka I KILLED GERONIMO– 3x400’ A. B&W. £30.00. Plenty of action, horses, gunfights, Indians, a girl in trouble, and the handsome hero to save her, but... He can't reveal his true identity because he's undercover trying to break up the gang selling guns to Geronimo.

052– THAT’S CARRY ON– 1x400’ A. £14.00. A selection of ‘Carry on’ goodies taken from their vast output. Giggles from Cowboy; Cruising; Doctor; Loving; Abroad; Up The Khyber. From Walton Films this is made up from #1 and #3.

053– WHERE EAGLES DARE– 1x400’ A. £10.00. Edited highlights from this excellent WW2 adventure starring Richard Burton and Clint Eastwood. Original box.

054– AIRPORT 1975– 1x400’ A. £10.00. Charlton Heston and Karen Black star in this airborn thriller. Original box.

055– AIRPORT ‘77– 1x400’ A. £10.00. Third in this high flying thriller series. This one stars Jack Lemmon and Lee Grant. Original box.

056– STAR WARS– 1x400’ C. £8.00. Science fiction blockbuster starring Mark Hamill, Harrison Ford and Carrie Fisher. Original box.

057– SEVEN BRIDES FOR SEVEN BROTHERS– 1x800’ B. £10.00. Romantic comedy musical set in 50’s Oregon. Stars Howard Keel and Jane Powell.

058– HIGH SOCIETY PROMO TRAILER + ODDS AND ENDS– 1x200’ A. £15.00. Includes This is Cinema; Coming soon; British Movietone openings and close; Gaumont British News opening; Intermission; The Odeon Bar; Cannon Cinemas; Sunday; Gone With The Wind Trailer; High Society promo/trailer in which Bing Crosby and Ed Sullivan discuss High Society it includes a nice trailer from the film.

059– MUSICAL TRAILERS REEL– 1x200’ A. £15.00. Includes And; Derann opening; G.I. Blues Trailer (Elvis); Also; Sunday for one day; That’s Entertainment 3 Trailer; Monday; Meet Me In St. Louis Trailer; And; Singin’ in the Rain Trailer.

060– TRAILERS, LOGO’S & DAY SETS– 1x200’ A. £15.00. Includes Showcase Feature Presentation; Rank Gong Logo; Also; Fox logo; Presenting our Future Programme; ABC Motion Pictures Logo; Sunday for 7 days; Calamity Jane Trailer; Entertainment Film Dist. Logo; Sunday; Ivanhoe Trailer; Feature presentation; ITC Logo; Showcase Cinemas coming soon; Thursday next for 7 days; Annie Get Your Gun Trailer.

061– MORE TRAILERS, LOGO’S & DAY SETS– 1x200’ A. £12.00. For your future entertainment; Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday; Show Boat Trailer; Thursday, Friday and Saturday; Snow White & the 7 Dwarfs Trailer; Our next attraction; Coming to this cinema soon; Sunday for 7 Days;

062– WITCHFINDER GENERAL TRAILER– 1x80’ B. £4.00. Vincent Price stars. Includes Cannon Logo interval; Odeon Close and thank-you.

063– CONVICT 99- 1x400’ B-. B&W. £9.00. Cleaver little comedy with Will Hay and companions Graham Moffatt and Moore Marriott released in 1938. Original Powell films box.

064– THE SEA HAWK– 1x400’ A. B&W. £12.00. Errol Flynn is the star f this extremely nice black and white print. This is the first of the two Derann extracts and comes along with it’s original plastic case.

065– CINEMA ADS– 1x100’ A/B. £10.00. Chrysler (Avenger GL); Sure antiperspirant; Gillette-Dry Look hair-grooming for men; The Super Saturday Show (Trailer for Childrens Saturday film shows); Courage Tavern (with Windsor Davis); Embassy Slim Panatellas ( Punting on river).

066– STEAMBOAT DOWN THE NILE– 1x200’ A. £16.00. The colour on this thirty plus year old print is the best I have seen, on this title, for many, many years. One of our very first Pathe Pictorial releases.

067– A TOWN LIKE ALICE– 4x400’ A/B. B&W. £40.00. Gripping drama based on a true story. Set in 1941 the Japanese send a group of women and children on a forced march from place to place searching for a Women's Camp. Stars Virginia McKenna and Peter Finch.

068– ROLLER COASTER– 1x60’ A. Scope/Stereo. £12.00. Complete with it’s original widescreen box.

069– IVANHOE– 1x400’ A. £9.00. MGM costume epic from 1952 starring Elizabeth Taylor, Robert Taylor and Joan Fontaine. Original plastic case.

070– KING SOLOMON’S MINES– 1x400’ A. £8.00. Released on 1950 this MGM adventure tale stars Deborah Kerr and Stewart Grainger. Original plastic case.

071– SHARK ADVENTURE– 1x250’ A. £12.00. Jacques Cousteau takes to the water in and out of A protection cage to take this exciting shark footage. Piccolo print and plastic case.

072– FORT APACHE– 1x400’ A/B. B&W. £10.00. John Wayne and Henry Fonda star in this 1948 John Ford directed western. Original plastic case.

073– INTERNATIONAL AIR TATOO– 1x200’ A. Scope. £10.00. Features flat footage of an Air Show paying homage to Douglas Bader it then opens up into scope for some displays from the Spitfire, Vulcan bombers and Hercules carriers.

074– STOP HORSING AROUND– 1x200’ A. £7.00. Animated adventure with Hong Kong Phooey. Original Techno case.

075– TWEET ZOO– 1x200’ A. £10.00. Sylvester takes a tour group through the City Zoo and finds Tweety Bird among the exhibits. Original Techno case.

076– SATURDAY EVENIN PUSS– 1x200’ A. £10.00. When Mammy’s out Tom and his pals hold their own party, much to Jerry’s dismay. 1950.

077- THE TURNING POINT– 1x400’ A. £9.00. Acclaimed drama starring Anne Bancroft and Shirley MacLaine as the old friends who must face up to their own truths. Original case.

078– SILVER STREAK– 1x400’ A/B. £10.00. Comedy thriller starring Gene Wilder and Richard Pryor. Original plastic case.

079– THE MALTESE FALCON– 1x400’ A. B&W. £11.00. Excellent Black and white print of this, the first extract, from this 1941 mystery drama starring Humphrey Bogart and Mary Astor. Original plastic case.

080– MORE CINEMA TAGS– 1x50’ A. £7.00. 2 x Long National Amusements intro; 2 x Coming Attractions;

081– MOBILE PHONE SPOOF– 1x50’ A. £6.00. Agents about to defuse a sound activated bomb are caught in mid action by a mobile phone ringing in the cinema! Then you are asked to turn off your phone while in the cinema.

082– PEARL & DEAN: OLD AND NEW– 1x30’ A. £6.00. Opening & closing logos. Pillar style and Pa pa, Pa pa style.

083– CINEMA ADVERT REEL #6– 1x150’ A. £13.00. Silver Leaf tinned fruit (Mike and Bernie Winters); Pearl and Dean Opening; Dinky Toys ‘Slipper & the Rose Coach’; Timex; Tesco; Ty-Phoo tea; Milk; Bird’s Angel Delight; Smitty Perfume; Ferguson; Holsten Pils Lager; Nescafe; Woodbine Cigarettes; Pearl and Dead close.

084– CINEMA ADVERT REEL #26– 1x200’ A. £13.00. C.S.A. Opening; VolksWagen (Tough Little Baby); 2 x Heineken (Swiss Neutrality & Anything other than Heineken); Mazda Car (Zoom, Zoom, Zoom); Shwarzkop; Virgin (Idle Thumbs); Cornetto; Alton Towers ’Air’ Ride; Honda Accord (The Brilliant ’Knock on Effect’); C.S.A. close.

085– THE SPIRIT OF AMERICA– 1x110’ A. £10.00. A U.S. morale booster following the September 11th tragedy; also on this reel is Mr. Bean welcoming us to the show.

086– PIECES OF SILVER– 1x200’ A. £15.00. Kodak celebrate 100 years of film production with this short featuring film clips, images and news footage

087– SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS TRAILER– 1x50’ A. £5.00. Wonderful animated trailer.

088– GONE WITH THE WIND RE–ISSUE TRAILER– 1x120’ A. £8.00. Theatrical trailer to promote 70MM re-release version. Includes special UCI cinemas show opening; Dolby stereo presentation.

089– HELLO, DOLLY!- 6x600’ A. Scope/stereo. £150.00. Barbra Streisand gives her all to the character of Dolly Levi, a widow who has set her sights on marrying Yonkers store-owner Horace Vandergelder (Walter Matthau). Trouble rears it’s head when his employees Cornelius (Michael Crawford) and Barnaby sneak away for the day to see New York. The films musical set-pieces include a rendition of the title number, song by Louis Armstrong and the mammoth 'Before The Parade Passes By' with thousands of extras.

090– SATURDAY NIGHT FEVER– 2x600’ A/B. £20.00. John Travolta is the Brooklyn youth who feels his only chance to get somewhere is as the king of the disco floor. Strong storyline but it’s better known for it’s music composed by the Bee Gees’.

091– THE ADVENTURES OF ROBIN HOOD #1– 1x400’ A/B. £10.00. When Prince John and the Norman Lords begin oppressing the Saxon masses in King Richard's absence, a Saxon lord fights back as the outlaw leader of a rebel guerrilla army. Stars Errol Flynn and Olivia De Havilland. Original plastic case.

092– THE ADVENTURES OF ROBIN HOOD #2– 1x400’ A/B. £10.00. The second extract issued by Derann. Stars Errol Flynn and Olivia De Havilland. Original plastic case.

093– THE ADVENTURES OF ROBIN HOOD #3– 1x400’ A/B. £10.00. The third extract issued by Derann. Stars Errol Flynn and Olivia De Havilland. Original plastic case.

094– THE ADVENTURES OF ROBIN HOOD #4– 1x400’ A/B. £10.00. The final extract issued by Derann. Stars Errol Flynn and Olivia De Havilland. Original plastic case.

095- BY THE LIGHT OF THE SILVERY MOON- 1x600’ b/w A. £30.00. 1953. Musical sequel to On Moonlight Bay. Doris Day and Gordon MacRae star.

096- FOOTLIGHT PARADE- 1x800’ b/w A. £30.00. 1933. A producer fights labour problems, financiers and his greedy ex-wife to put on a show. James Cagney, Joan Blondell and Ruby Keeler star. Derann release. Bonum spool and case

097- GOLD DIGGERS OF 1935- 1x800’ b/w A. £25.00. 1935. The third film of the Gold Diggers series of movie musicals, directed and choreographed by Busby Berkeley, starring Dick Powell, Gloria Stuart and
Adolphe Menjou. Academy Award winner. Derann release. Bonum spool and case

098- IT’S IN THE AIR/GEORGE TAKES TO THE AIR- 1x600’ b/w B. (lines on picture edges) £30.00. 1938. British slapstick comedy film in which George Brown (George Formby) is rejected by the Royal Air Force, but dons a Royal Air Force uniform and is mistaken for a pilot .. Original Derann box

099- NO LIMIT- 2x800’ b/w B. £45.00. 1935. British comedy film starring George Formby and his ambition to win the Isle of Man TT race against large odds. Also stars Florence Desmond. Derann release. Bonum spools in Walton Cinebook

100– THE FATAL GLASS OF BEER– 1x400’ A/B. B&W. £9.00. Mr. Snavely’s son, released from prison, comes home to Ma and Pa. A parody of Yukon melodrama; includes the famous looking-out-the-door routine 1933 and starring W C Fields.

101– MR. KNOW-ALL– 1x400’ A. B&W. £10.00. Nigel Patrick and Wilfrid Hyde-White star in this segment from the 1950 film “Trio” and directed by Ken Annakin. No opening or closing titles.

102– THE VERGER– 1x400’ A. B&W. £10.00. James Hayter and Kathleen Harrison are the stars of this amusing segment from “Trio” also directed by Ken Annakin.

103– SUE MY LAWYER– 1x400’ A. B&W. £9.00. Columbia comedy short from 1938 starring Harry Langdon.

104– THE BOY WITH THE GREEN HAIR– 1x400’ A. £9.00. Dean Stockwell stars in this parable that looks at public reaction when the hair of an American war orphan mysteriously turns green.

105– THE GAY DIVORCE– 2x400’ A/B. B&W. £14.00. Double album from this great 1934 Astaire-Rogers musical. Includes the numbers "A Needle in a Haystack", “Let's K-nock K-neez", "Night and Day" etc.

106– THE STING– 1x600’ A. Some fade. £8.00. One of the most successful films of 1973 and starring Robert Redford and Paul Newman. Respooled originally 2x400.

107– NORTH SEA HIJACK– 1x600’ A. Some fade. £10.00. Roger Moore is Ffolkes in this 1979 thriller. Also stars Anthony Perkins as the head terrorist. Respooled originally 2x400.

108– THAT RIVERA TOUCH– 1x400’ A. £12.00. Highlights from Morecambe and Wise’s feature, which sees them involved with jewel thieves. Original Walton box.

109– THE SEVEN-UPS– 1x400’ A. £8.00. Roy Scheider and Tony Lo Bianco star in this action thriller from 20th century Fox. Original case.

110– BUTCH & SUNDANCE: THE EARLY DAYS– 1x400’ A. £9.00. Western prequel starring Tom Berenger and William Katt. Original plastic case.

111– FORTY SECOND STREET– 1x800’ A. B&W. £15.00. A producer puts on what may be his last Broadway show, and at the last moment a chorus girl has to replace the star… Great song and dance
numbers. Both extracts mounted on one spool.

112– THE KING AND I TRL– 1x60’ A. £4.00. Trailer to this magnificent musical.

113– BETTE DAVIS TRAILERS– 1x200’ A. B&W. £7.00. Includes “A Stolen Life” and “Dark Victory”

114– CAROUSEL– 1x400’ A. £8.00. Shirley Jones and Gordon MacRae star in this excellent Rogers and Hammerstein musical. Original box.

115– GENTLEMEN PREFER BLONDES 1x400’ A. £10.00. Cutdown of this musical comedy starring Jane Russell and Marilyn Monroe. Original Box.

116– PATHE NEWS REVIEW OF THE YEAR 1948– 1x200’ A/B. B&W. £12.00. Ceylon gains independence; Czechoslovakia fall to the Red Army; The export drive; The Olympic games; Birth of Prince Charles and much more.

117– FLYING DOWN TO RIO– 1x400’ A/B. B&W. £10.00. The movie that introduced the movie going public to Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers.

118- HIGH SOCIETY – 1x400’ B. £7.00. In this extract entitled “The Romance” and Includes the numbers “True Love” and “Who Wants to be a Millionaire” Original Ken Films case.

119– GENEVIEVE– 1x600’ A/B. £25.00. Captivating British comedy with two couples participating in the London to Brighton vintage car rally. But what a race it is as they become more and more competitive as the race nears the finishing line. Kenneth More, Kay Kendall, Dinah Sherdian star along with the harmonica playing of Larry Adler

120- BAMBI– 3x600’ A. £250.00. (Now unavailable) Generation after generation have acknowledged this heart-warming story a newborn male deer and his passage into manhood, as being Disney’s greatest animated classic. Filled with fun, excitement and heart rending moments it also contains some of the most memorable characters ever including Thumper, Flower and Phylline.

121 - SHOWBOAT, 1x400’ - A - £9.00. 1951. MGM tune-filled river ride starring Kathryn Grayson and Howard Keel, set to the music of Jerome Kern and Oscar Hammerstein II. Original packaging (slightly damaged)

122 - AT THE EARTH’S CORE– 1x200’ B. Faded. £6.00. Adventure fantasy starring Peter Cushing and Doug McClure. Original box.

123 - GOOFY’S GLIDER– 1x200’ A. B&W. £5.00. Goofy demonstrates the right and wrong way to take to the air. 1940.

124 - THE STING, 1x400’ - A/B - £5.00 1973. Deftly made comedy-suspensor starring Paul Newman and Robert Redford. Slight colour fade. Original Universal 8 packaging

126 - BRITISH MOVIETONE NEW REVIEW 1948– 1x200’ A/B. B&W. £11.00. Includes birth of Prince Charles, Silver Wedding of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth, Olympic games the Berlin airlift and much more.

127 - TWO GUN GOOFY, 1x200’ - A/B - £7.00 1952. Goofy is made Sherriff of a small western town after accidentally foiling a stagecoach robbery. Original ‘Spanish’ box

128 - FUNNY GIRL TRL– 1x70’ A. £5.00. Stars Barbra Streisand.

129 - THE LEGEND OF COYOTE ROCK, 1x200’ - B - £4.00 1945. Pluto cartoon. Slight colour fade. Original ‘Spanish’ box

130 - THE PRIVATE LIFE OF THE CUCKOO, 1x180m - B quickly to A - £14.00 1977. This excellent BBC film follows the lives of a pair of cuckoos amongst a colony of reed warblers. Generally lacking in colour. Bonum spool and case

131 - ONE HUNDRED AND ONE DALMATIANS trailers, 1x50’ - A - £9.00 1961. Two different trailers to Walt Disney’s animated classic

132- CASANOVA CAT– 1x200’ A. £8.00. Tom & Meathead are vying for the favours of a cute cat, but Jerry outdoes them both. 1951. Piccolo Print, no end credit.

133– OF FELINE BONDAGE– 1x200’ A. £9.00. Rare Tom & Jerry. Tom chases Jerry around a pool hall where Jerry finds an invisibility potion. Piccolo print with no opening or closing titles.

134 - TRAIL MIX-UP TRAILER/OSCARS PREVIEW, 1x50’ - A - £7.00 1993. Baby Herman/Roger Rabbit Maroon cartoon plus a preview of the 71st Oscars. Original box

135 - THE SWORD AND THE STONE trailer, 1x50’ - A - £3.00 1963. Walt Disney animated feature. Slight colour fade

136 - LAND OF THE LOST JEWELS, 1x200’ - A - £7.00 1950. Noveltoon cartoon. Isabel and Billy are fishing when she loses her favourite grasshopper pin, Hoppy Go Lucky. They then get an underwater tour from a fish named Red Lantern .. Colour fade

137 - PETER PAN MEETS CAPTAIN HOOK, 1x200’ - A - £2.00 1953. Extract from Walt Disney’s animated feature Peter Pan. Some colour fade. Original box

138– FUTTOCKS END– 1x200’ Heavy green sprocket damage in center of picture. £7.00. A weekend in the country turns into a chaos of fun. Stars Ronnie Barker. Original Walton box.

139 - THE BAND CONCERT– 1x200’ A. £10.00. Mickey and his band are determined to perform their music despite the interference of Donald Duck and a powerful storm. Original box.

140 - BUCCANEER BUNNY, 1x200’ - D - £2.00 1948. Pirate Yosemite Sam chases Bugs all over the ship to find out where the buried treasure is … Technofilm release

141 - JUNE IS BUSTIN’ OUT ALL OVER– 1x200’ A. Scope. £10.00. Another vintage musical from Rogers & Hammerstein, this time it’s the popular song and dance number from ‘Carousel’.

142 - GENEVIEVE, 1x600’ - B (intermittent green line on right hand side) - £20.00 1953. Fun British comedy which centres on the rivalry between two drivers at the annual London to Brighton vintage car rally. John Gregson, Dinah Sheridan and Kenneth More star. Derann release. Plastic spool and case

143 - ROUND ROBIN, 1x200’ - A - £10.00 Fine British Broadcasting production which looks at the life and habitat of the garden Robin, with an amusing narration from Bernard Cribbins. Derann release

144 - READY, WOOLEN AND ABLE, 1x200’ - B/C - £3.00 1960. Merrie Melodies cartoon featuring Ralph Wolf and Sam Sheepdog. Original Technofilm packaging

145 - JERRY & JUMBO– 1x200’ A. £7.00. A baby elephant is hidden by Jerry who hides it, disguising him as a mouse. 1953. Piccolo print no opening credits.

146 - PLUTO’S PURCHASE, 1x200’ - A - £7.00 1948. Pluto has to use all his ingenuity to outwit Butch when returning with a salami for Mickey. Reversed (mirror image) print. Plastic case

147 - TWO GUN GOOFY, 1x200’ - B - £5.00 1952. Goofy is made Sherriff of a small western town after accidentally foiling a stagecoach robbery. Original ‘Spanish’ box

148 - CELEBRATION 150, 2x400’ - A - £30.00 150th anniversary celebrations of the Stockton to Darlington railway. Mountain release

149– ASSIGNMENT TO KILL– 1x400’ A/B. £9.00. Edward Woodward and Eric Porter star in this extract from the Feature film ‘Callan’ Original Walton box.

150– THE BLACK HOLE– 1x400’ A. Fade. £5.00. Action Science Fiction from Disney with Robert Forster and Ernest Borgnine.

151– CAROUSEL– 1x600’ B- (some intermittent green lines) Scope. £60.00. When carnival barker Billy Bigelow falls in love and marries Julie Jordan he finds their money tight, and plans a theft which backfires and he’s killed. But he’s given a chance to redeem himself and his spirit returns in order to help his troubled daughter. Many great Rodgers and Hammerstein tunes including 'If I Loved You', 'June Is Bustin’ Out All Over' and 'You’ll Never Walk Alone'.

152– A TRAIN FOR CHRISTMAS– 1x200’ A. £15.00. In 1971 New Zealand withdrew all steam trains from service, but in December of that year they brought back the Classic AB loco to run from Longsden to Kingston.

153– WET DREAMS– 1x200’ B. 18fps £10.00. Adults only for this title please.

154– FOR YOUR PLEASURE– 1x200’ A. B&W. £12.00. From Vintage Movies: Glenn Miller and his Band with the Clarke Brothers. "(I've Got a Gal in) Kalamazoo" from ‘Orchestra Wives’ 1942.

155– COMA– 1x400’ B. Fade. £4.00. Medical thriller starring Genevieve Bujold and Michael Douglas. Original plastic case.

156– GOODBYE EMMANUELLE #2– 1x400’ A. £10.00. Piccolo print of this erotic drama starring Sylvia Kristel.

157– BUGS BUNNY RIDES AGAIN– 1x200’ B/C. £4.00. Yosemite Sam is a-lookin' for any varmint what dares to tame him. And Bugs is just the varmint.

158– PYGMALION– 1x400’ B-. B/W. £7.00. Leslie Howard and Wendy Hiller star in this classic 1938 version.

159- HUNGER STRIFE- 1x200’ A. £5.00. Pierre The Bear cartoon from Castle Films. Original Universal 8 packaging

160– HOG WILD– 1x200’ B&W. A. £12.00 Stan & Ollie attempt to erect an aerial! Original Walton box

161- MOVIE MAGAZINE NUMBER THREE- 1x400’ A. £12.00. Sequences from the musical Till the Clouds Roll By starring June Allyson, Judy Garland and Kathryn Grayson. Light green negative scratch

162– DRACULA, PRINCE OF DARKNESS– 1x400’ A. Scope. £30.00. Very good colour in this excellent Hammer sequel starring Christopher Lee and Barbara Shelley as the icy cold Helen, who is transformed into a glowing but deadly vampire. Original Derann box

163- COWES REGATTA- 1x200’ ‘Scope. A. £10.00. Movietone News. Cowes Week at the Isle of Wight, with yachts galore. Derann release

164– MEXICAN HAYRIDE– 1x400’ A. B&W. £19.00. Abbott and Costello are two con men who flee across the border and meet a lady bullfighter. Original plastic case.

165- GAUMONT BRITISH NEWS REVIEW OF 1944- 1x200’ B&W. A/B. £9.00. Includes The Seven Seas; The Far East Front; The Russian Front; The Mediterranean Front and Invasion. Fletcher release

166- DONALD’S GOLF GAME/INFERIATOR DECORATOR- 1x400’ B&W Silent. A/B. £1.00. Two theatrical Donald Duck cartoons

167- ALI-FRAZIER SECOND FIGHT- 1x400’ B&W. Silent. A. £1.00. 28th January, 1974. Original Columbia box

168- TOP HAT EXTRACTS- 1x400’ B&W. B. £8.00. Includes Isn’t It A Lovely Day and Cheek To Cheek. Mountain release

169– CAROUSEL TRL– 1x100’ A/B. Scope. £8.00. An introduction to the improved CinemaScope 55 (in flat) and then into scope for a full theatrical trailer to Carousel.

170– EASTER PARADE– 7x400’ A. £150.00. On the day before Easter in 1911, Don Hewes is crushed when his dancing partner (and object of affection) Nadine Hale refuses to start a new contract with him. To prove Nadine's not important to him, Don acquires innocent new protegee Hannah Brown, vowing to make her a star in time for next year's Easter parade. Classic MGM musical with Fred Astaire and Judy Garland.

171- BRITISH BROADCASTING TELEVISION GOLF- 1x800’ OPTICAL SOUND A/B. £15.00. United States versus The World. A nine-match series played on Britain’s greatest courses. Palmer, Nicklaus, Casper, Player, Thompson, Nagle, Sanders, Sikes, Rodgers, De Vicenzo, Alliss, Devlin, etc., etc.

172- THE IMMORTAL JOLSON- 1x600’ sepia tone (slight pink tint) A. £25.00. 1963. From the excellent Hollywood and the Stars series, narrated by Joseph Cotton. Movieland release. Bonum spool and case

173- ALBATROSS AIRLINES/THE RESCUERS DOWN UNDER- 1x400’ A/B. £8.00. 1977. Both extracts from Walt Disney’s 23rd Animated Classics series. Plastic container

174- DALMATIANS ESCAPE/THE DAPPER DALMATIAN- 1x400’ A. £8.00. 1961. Both extracts from One Hundred and One Dalmatians, the seventeenth film in the Walt Disney Animated Classics series. Some colour fade
175– SUPER-HOOPER-DYNE LIZZIES– 1x400’ B&W. Silent. A. £13.00. 1925. An eccentric inventor develops a way to use radio waves to run automobiles. Billy Bevan, Andy Clyde and Lillian Knight star. Blackhawk release.

176- ICE STATION ZEBTRA trl- 1x50’ ’SCOPE A. £4.00. 1968. Action film starring Rock Hudson, Patrick McGoohan and Ernest Borgnine. Cineavision release.

177- MY LITTLE CHICKADEE trl- 1x50’ b/w A. £4.00. 1940. Universal comedy/western film starring Mae West and W. C. Fields

178- THE BANK DICK/THE BANK DETECTIVE- 1x400’ b/w A. £15.00. 1940. W. C. Field’s comedy which also stars Cora Witherspoon. Universal 8 release

179- IT’S A GRAND OLD NAG- 1x200’ A. £12.00. 1947. A Republic Charlie Horse cartoon. Bonum spool and case

180- LITTLE TOOT- 1x200’ A. £17.00. 1954. Animated Disney tale in which a baby tugboat would rather play than help his father in New York harbour. Bonum spool and case

181– THE TITFIELD THUNDERBOLT– 1x400’ A/B. £18.00. Classic Ealing comedy from 1953 starring Stanley Holloway, John Gregson and many more. A Village battles to keep it’s railway. Original Derann box.

182- SING, BING, SING- 1x200’ b/w B. £7.00. 1933. Directed by Mack Sennett and starring Bing Crosby. Walton print

183– FILMING THE GREAT– 1x200’ B&W. Silent. A/B. £8.00. Movietone. Adventures of a newsreel cameraman. Original Blackhawk box.

184- A JIM REEVES MEMORIAL- 1x200’ A. £15.00. Jim Reeves television performance? Good print quality. Original Niles? box

185- FOR YOUR PLEASURE- 1x200’ sepia tone (brown tint) b/w A. £7.00. Glenn Miller and his Band featuring the Clark Brothers. Fair quality. Thunderbird release

186- GLENN MILLER ENTERTAINS WITH THE CLARK BROTHERS- 1x200’ sepia tone (pink tint) b/w A. £7.00. Fair quality. Thunderbird release

187- MOVIETONE ’SCOPE REEL- 1x200’ ’SCOPE A. £14.00. Excellent Isle Of Wight travelogue, including the famous Cowes Week yacht regatta. Derann release

188- GOING SPANISH/BOB’S BUSY DAY- 1x400’ b/w A/B. £13.00. 1934. American comedy film directed by Al Christie, with the film debut of Bob Hope. Original Thunderbird Films box.

189- GREASE- 1x200’ A. £7.00. 1978. Musical romance starring John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John. Slightly ’soft’ focus (all prints similar) and slight colour fade. Marketing release.

190- MUCH ADO ABOUT GOLF- 1x200’ b/w A. £5.00. 1934. Extract from You’re Telling Me! a W. C. Fields comedy film. Castle Films release.

191- THE GREAT MCGONIGLE- 1x200’ b/w A. £5.00. 1934. Extract from The Old Fashioned Way, a W. C. Field’s comedy. Universal 8 release

192– CAPTAIN HAREBLOWER– 1x200’ A. £10.00. Bugs will not bend to the threats of Pirate (Yosemite) Sam.

193- THE FOX AND THE HOUND TRLS- 1x65’ A/B. £5.00. Two different trailers to the 24th film in the Walt Disney Animated Classics series. A little lacking in colour. Bonum spool and case

194– LUCKY STRIKE PRESENTS– 1x120’ A. B&W. £10.00. Frank Sinatra sings ‘Stardust Melody’ and Kay Kyser and His Kollege of Musical Knowledge perform ‘Ma He’s making eyes at me’.

195– LONDON– 1x200’ A. Scope/stereo. £25.00. Superb travelogue from The Widescreen Centre.

196– THE BATTLE OF NEW ORLEANS– 1x100’ A. B&W. £15.00. Lonnie Donnigan provides the music, while on screen three ‘gnits’, ( one of which is Bob Godrey), cavort on a beach, in the mud flats. Original Derann box.

197– THE BUCCANEERS– 1x400’ A. £7.00. Honest Edward Maynard finds himself serving as ship's surgeon under the infamous pirate Blackbeard with Robert Newton as the pirate Captain Morgan.

198– THE DEERHUNTER TRL– 1x90’ A. £6.00. With Robert De Niro and Christopher Walken.

199 TURN OF THE WHEEL/G.B. NEWS 1943– 1x400’ A/B. Col/b&w. £15.00. A colour ‘Look at Life’ Steam engines line up to be scrapped as British rail gets rid of it’s rolling stock, some trains go to railway preservation societies. Buses and trams are also featured. Plus all the news from 1943 in B&W.

200– CLARA’S HEART– 5x400’ A/B. Optical sound. £35.00. Starring Whoopi Goldberg. A teenager whose parents are in a deteriorating marriage, after their infant daughter dies, is befriended by Clara, who's hired as housekeeper and they develop a close bond which opens his eyes and heart.

201– BUCK ROGERS– 1x200’ A. £10.00. Gil Gerard is Buck in this popular TV series. Original box

202– THOSE WERE THE DAYS– 1x400’ A. B&W. £10.00. Includes Mr Fixit with Charles Murray and Feet First with Harold Lloyd.

203- STORM OF THE SENTINELS- 1x600’ ‘SCOPE/STEREO A £55.00. 2003. Extract from The Matrix: Revolutions, which takes place in the underground city of Zion, where humans must battle machines. Excellent special effects. Mary Alice and Tanveer K. Atwal star

204- COUNTY HOSPITAL- 1x400’ b/w A/B. £15.00. 1932. Ollie is in hospital with a broken leg and Stan visits, getting Ollie to leave .. Walton release. Plastic spool and case

205- BARNEY OLDFIELD’S RACE FOR A LIFE- 1x400’ b/w A/B. £15.00. 1913. Comedy short directed by, produced by and starring Mack Sennett. Also stars Mabel Normand and Barney Oldfield as himself. Original Blackhawk box

206- THOSE AWFUL HATS- 1x50’ b/w A £7.00. 1909. Probably the shortest film ever produced by D. W. Griffith. The imperfections in the image are due to nitrate disintegration in which occurred in the original negatives. Original Blackhawk box

207- FIDDLER ON THE ROOF trl- 1x50’ A/B £4.00. 1971. Film adaptation of the 1964 Broadway musical of the same name. Topol and Norma Crane star. Slight colour fade

208 - EAGLE’S NEST- 1x200’ A £10.00. Rank “Look at Life” visits Berchtesgaden in Bavaria, where Hitler built his infamous hideout high in the mountainous Alps. Original Derann box

209 - END OF DAYS- 1x600’ ‘SCOPE/STEREO A £52.00. 1999. American horror directed by Peter Hyams and starring Arnold Schwarzenegger, who received a salary of $25 million for his role

210- SUPER-HOOPER-DYNE LIZZIES- 1x400’ b/w B £13.00. 1925. An eccentric inventor thinks of a way that automobiles can run on radio waves! Billy Bevan, Andy Clyde and Lillian Knight star. Original Blackhawk box

211- THE BATTLE- 1x200’ b/w SILENT A £8.00. 1911. Made by D. W. Griffith at Biograph, this was a forerunner of his Birth of a Nation. Blackhawk release

212- THE SQUAW’S LOVE- 1x200’ b/w A £8.00. 1911. A Biograph Indian Poem of Love starring Mabel Normand and Dark Cloud. Original Blackhawk box

213- AN AMERICAN TAIL/WHO FRAMED ROGER RABBIT trls- 1x100’ A £5.00. 1986/1988. One animated feature and one part animated feature. Derann release

214- TWO GUN GOOFY- 1x200’ A/B £6.00. 1952. Goofy cartoon in which Bandit Pistol Pete enters a lawless western town and robs a bank. The town is in desperate need of a sheriff, enter wandering cowboy Goofy! Original box

215- BOB CROSBY AND HIS ORCHESTRA- 1x200’ b/w A/B. £10.00. American Dixieland music

216 - UNDER YOUR FEET- 1x200’ A/B £9.00. 1960’s. Rank “Look at Life”. Beneath the streets of London lie a network of tunnels that we never see, some even carrying trains! Derann release. Preceded by Daysets

217- THE CRUEL SEA- 1x200’ b/w A £14.00. 1953. World War II adventures of a British convoy escort ship and its officers. Oscar winning Ealing Studios Production with all star cast including Jack Hawkins, Donald Sinden, John Stratton and Denholm Elliott. Derann release

218- ELIZABETHAN EXPRESS- 1x400’ b/w A. £19.00. 1954. The journey from King's Cross Station, London to Waverley Station, Edinburgh is 393 miles. The Elizabethan, a summertime express does this journey in six and a half hours, non stop. This British Transport Film is about one of these runs and the men behind the service. Slightly ‘soft’ focus. Walton release

219 - THE JOLSON STORY- 5x600’ A. £119.00. 1946. The idealized career of Al Jolson, a little Jewish boy who goes against the will of his father in order to be in show business. Larry Parks and Evelyn Keyes star. Winner of two Oscars. Derann release

220 - THE UNCANNY- 1x400’ A. £14.00. 1977. British horror film concerning feline revenge. Peter Cushing, Donald Pleasence and Ray Milland star. Some colour fade. Original Derann packaging

221- STRANGE REPORT- 3x400’ A. £24.00. 1969. Television episode starring Anthony Quayle. Slight colour fade. Original Technofilm packaging

222 - ABBOTT AND COSTELLO IN SOCIETY- 1x400’ b/w A £17.00. 1944. Abbott and Costello comedy. Original Universal 8 packaging

223- MONKEY BUSINESS- 1x400’ b/w A £24.00. 1931. The Marx brothers get up to their usual antics during a transatlantic crossing. Original Universal 8 packaging

224- KEEP ‘EM FLYING- 1x400’ b/w A £17.00. 1941. Abbott and Costello comedy. Original Universal 8 packaging

225- THE WISTFUL WIDOW OF WAGON GAP- 1x400’ b/w A £16.00. 1947. Abbott and Costello comedy. Original Universal 8 packaging

226- PATHE NEWS REVIEW OF 1965– 1x200’ (on 400’ spool) A £14.00. Produced from a new 35mm negative, this film covered the death of Churchill, the Cup Final, the Derby, Cowes Week, the retirement of Stanley Matthews and Major Ed White’s spectacular walk in space. Original Derann packaging signed by Bob Danvers Walker, the regular commentator for Pathe Productions

227 - CALAMITY JANE trl/CALAMITY JANE Promotional Reel- 1x400’ A £19.00. 1953. "Wild West" themed musical film starring Doris Day and Howard Keel. All the popular tunes are included. A negative scratch is present mid. way, which originates from the original master material

228 - LONDON LANDMARKS- 1x200’ A £7.00. Castle Films travelogue of “the world’s largest city”. Lacking in colour. Original Universal 8 label and plastic case

229 - INTERNATIONAL AIR TATTOO- 1x200’ ‘SCOPE B. £8.00. Rothman’s of Pall Mall present the world’s largest military air show, paying special tribute to the late Douglas Bader. Slight colour fade

230- BETTY BOOP’S RISE TO FAME- 1x200’ b/w A/B. £14.99. 1934. A reporter interviews Max Fleischer about his creation and Betty Boop illustrates with excerpts from three prior cartoons. Original PM box

231 - THE MARLOW DONKEY- 1x200’ A/B £6.00. 15th July, 1973, the day that celebrated one hundred years of the Marlow branch. Nice steam train short. Slight colour fade and occasional printing marks, however

232 - CINEMA ADVERTISEMENTS OF THE 60’S- 1x100’ A. £14.00. Begins with Hayley and John Mills talking about “Sky West and Crooked” plus Showtime, followed by Walls Fruit Parfait; Lyons Maid lollies
(includes Stingray and Thunderbirds); Frank Furter hot dog (animated); Lyons Maid Raspberry Surprise plus
Oxford & Bicester laundry (animated)

233- GLENN MILLER ENTERTAINS WITH THE CLARK BROTHERS- 1x200’ b/w A/B. £9.00. Vintage Movies release

234- PET PEEVE- 1x200’ ‘SCOPE A £11.00. 1954. The first Tom and Jerry cartoon to be released in CinemaScope and the second to be produced in the format (the first being Touché, Pussy Cat!, released a month later). Slight colour fade. Cineavision print

235 - FIGARO AND FRANKIE– 1x200’ A. £14.00. 1947. Animated Disney in which Figaro the kitten is annoyed by the chirpings of Frankie the canary and knocks over Frankie's cage; Minnie thinks he's eaten Frankie and throws him out!

236 - MICKEY’S DELAYED DATE- 1x200’ A. £14.00. 1947. Mickey Mouse oversleeps and Minnie calls from the dance where he should be at. He dresses quickly and makes a mad dash for the dance hall .. Derann release. Metal can

237 - THE FRAMED CAT- 1x200’ A £12.00. 1950. Tom knocks over some crockery while secretly tucking into some chicken and plants the evidence on Jerry .. Derann release

238 - FABULOUS LAS VEGAS- 1x200’ A. £11.00. Excellent travelogue from Panorama International Productions. Colour fade. Original box

239 - YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK- 1x200’ A £14.00. Excellent travelogue from Panorama International Productions. Slight colour fade. Original box

240 - MILLIONAIRE DROOPY- 1x200’ ‘SCOPE A £11.00. 1956. A Cinemascope remake of Wags to Riches (1949). A little lacking in colour. Cineavision print

241 - I COULD GO ON SINGING trl- 1x200’ ‘SCOPE A £6.00.
1963. MGM musical starring Judy Garland and Dirk Bogarde. A little lacking in colour

242 - CALIFORNIA, THE GOLDEN STATE- 1x200’ A £4.00. Castle Films travelogue. San Francisco, Yosemite National Park, Monterey, Carmel, etc., etc. Slightly ‘soft’ focus. Original Universal 8 packaging

243- REFLECTIONS- 1x200’ A/B £12.00. A celebration of one hundred years of British cinema, using a fast moving compilation of film clips set to a stirring musical soundtrack

244- THIS IS ‘SCOPE- 1x200’ ’SCOPE A/B £12. Extracts from Supergirl, Capricorn One, Never Say Never Again, The Never Ending Story and The Sound of Music. Derann release

245 - BABY BUTCH- 1x200’ A. £8. 1943. The first Tom and Jerry short to be animated by Ray Patterson, who arrived from Walt Disney Productions after working on The Old Army Game, a Donald Duck cartoon also released in the same year. Walton release

246 - BROKEN TOYS- 1x200’ A/B £10.00. 1935. Walt Disney Silly Symphony. A sailor doll who is thrown into a toy dump, rallies the demoralized dolls that were already there. Original Derann box

247 - CAPTAIN NEMO AND THE UNDERWATER CITY/ICE STATION ZEBRA/WHERE EAGLES DARE trls- 1x200’ ’SCOPE A £6.. 1969/1968/1968. Lacking in colour. Cineavision release

248 - THRU THE MIRROR- 1x200’ A £15.00. 1936. Mickey Mouse fantasy cartoon . Original Movieola box

249- WALT DISNEY ANIMATED TRLS- 1x100’ A. £7.00. 1955/1961. The Lady and the Tramp plus One Hundred and One Dalmatians. The first trailer is a little dark

250- THERE’S NO BUSINESS LIKE SHOW BUSINESS, 5x600’ ‘SCOPE/STEREO A/B very quickly to A £120.00. 1954. 20th Century Fox musical film starring Ethel Merman, Donald O'Connor, Marilyn Monroe, Dan Dailey and Mitzi Gaynor. Derann release

251- A NIGHT IN CASABLANCA- 4x400’ b/w A £46.00. 1946. The Marx Brothers are employed at a hotel in post-war Casablanca, where a ring of Nazis are trying to recover a cache of stolen treasure. Porst plastic spools and cases

252- BACON GRABBERS- 1x400’ b/w SILENT A £14.00. 1929. Laurel and Hardy are attachment officers trying to repossess Edgar Kennedy's console radio. Kennedy’s wife is played by Jean Harlow. Mountain release. Porst plastic spool and case

253 - BUSY BODIES- 1x400’ b/w A £18.00. 1933. Laurel and Hardy comedy set in a sawmill and often regarded as one of their best sound shorts despite there being virtually no plot. Walton release. Porst plastic spool and case

254- CAUGHT WITH THEIR PANTS OFF- 1x400’ b/w SILENT A £14.00. Laurel & Hardy. Mountain release. Porst plastic spool and case

255 - TOWED IN A HOLE- 1x400’ b/w A/B £16.00. 1932. Laurel and Hardy are in the fish business .. Walton release. Porst plastic spool and case

256 - THAT’S MY WIFE- 1x400’ sepia tone SILENT A £9.00. 1929. Ollie stands to inherit a fortune from his rich Uncle, on the condition that he be happily married .. Mountain release. Porst plastic spool and case

257- FROM SOUP TO NUTS- 1x400’ sepia tone SILENT A £12.00. 1928. Inexperienced waiters Stan and Ollie are hired for a swank dinner party. Blackhawk release. Porst plastic spool and case

258- HABEAUS CORPUS- 1x400’ b/w SILENT A £14.00. 1928. A mad scientist Stan and Ollie to raid the cemetery to keep him supplied with dead bodies for his experiments. Mountain release. Porst plastic spool and case

259- THE MUSIC BOX- 1x400’ b/w A £16.00. 1932. Stan and Ollie attempt to deliver a large crated piano in this Oscar winner. Porst plastic spool and case

260- THE SECOND ONE HUNDRED YEARS- 1x400’ b/w SILENT A £14.00. 1927. Two convicts (Stan and Ollie) tunnel into the warden’s office in an escape attempt .. Mountain release. Ports plastic spool and case

261 - CRAZY KEYSTONE COMEDY- 1x200’ b/w SILENT A £9.00. The Keystone Cops. Porst plastic spool and case

262 - SHE FLIES- 1x200’ ‘SCOPE A £14.00. The maiden flight of the world’s most beautiful aircraft, with narration by Raymond Baxter. Original Derann box

263 - HOG WILD- 1x200’ b/w A £9.00. 1930. Stan and Ollie attempt to install a rooftop radio aerial. Walton release. Porst plastic spool and case

264 - CONQUEST OF THE PLANET OF THE APES- 1x200’ A/B £9.00. 1971. The fourth film of the Apes series. Roddy McDowall and Don Murray star. Some colour fade, but a sharp print

265 - PLANET OF THE APES- 1x200’ A/B £9.00. 1968. American science fiction film starring Charlton Heston and Roddy McDowall. Colour fade, but a sharp print

266 - MOTHER GOOSE GOES TO HOLLYWOOD- 1x200’ A/B £12.00. 1938. Walt Disney Silly Symphony featuring parodies of Mother Goose nursery rhymes and caricatures of Hollywood celebrities from the 30s. Derann release

267- JACK THE GIANT KILLER- 4x400m + 1x600’ (originally 6x400’) A £150.00. 1962. United Artists fairy tale story about a young man who defends a princess against a sorcerer's giants and demons. The film features extensive use of stop motion animation. Kerwin Mathews and Judi Meredith star. Excellent Derann print

268- PERFECT DAY- 1x200’ b/w A £9.00. 1929. The difficulties Stan and Ollie, their wives and their Uncle Edgar have in trying to go out for a Sunday picnic. Walton release. Porst plastic spool and case

269- FUJICA DE-LUXE SINGLE-8 TAPE SPLICER- A/B £30.00. With bulb and magnifying glass. Includes a spare roll of tape together with original instructions ( Kindly note that we do not stock Fuji tape for this machine, although we believe that this can be obtained elsewhere)

270- THE FROG POND- 1x200’ B to A/B £12.00. 1938. A wonderful Columbia Color Rhapsody cartoon, directed by Ub Iwerks. Original Movieola box

271 - SYMPHONY HOUR- 1x200’ A £17.00. 1942. Walt Disney Mickey Mouse cartoon. Derann release

272– SUMMER NIGHTS- 1x200’ ’SCOPE A/B-A £15.00. 1978. Superb extract from the box-office smash starring John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John. Songs include the animated title track plus Summer Nights

273 - VOLKSWAGEN 411 CAR ADVERTISEMENT- 1x50’ A/B £7.00. With King Kong and the Empire State Building. Slight colour fade. Reel To Reel release

274 - THE LIVING PICTURE SHOW- 1x50’ A £7.00. Celebrate the first century of British cinema with a plethora of extracts, accompanied by music and commentary. Original box

275 - WILLIE THE OPERATIC WHALE- 1x400’ A £30.00. 1946. Narrated and sung by Nelson Eddy this is the delightful animated Disney story of a musically talented whale. Original Derann box

276 - ENGINE ON SHED- 1x400’ b/w A £34.00. 1940’s? The atmosphere of an engine shed from roundhouse to straight sheds, the smoke and steam abound and on arrival on shed, the fires were cleaned or dropped. Then to the ash pits for smokebox emptying and tube cleaning. Replenishing the engines with coal and water took many forms with the speed of turnaround of vital importance. An LMS film production. Original DCR box

277 - YANKEE DOODLE DANDY- 7x400’ b/w A £80.00. 1942. American biographical musical film about George M. Cohan, known as "The Man Who Owns Broadway", starring James Cagney, Joan Leslie and Walter Huston. Winner of three Oscars

278 - CALAMITY JANE- 4x400’ A £120.00. 1953. A "Wild West" themed musical starring Doris Day and Howard Keel. Academy Award winner for Best Original Song ("Secret Love"). Derann release

279 - LONG FLIV THE KING- 1x400’ b/w A/B £15.00. 1926. Comedy film starring Charley Chase which features Oliver Hardy and Max Davidson in supporting roles. Original Blackhawk box

280 - LITTLE TOOT- 1x200’ A £15.00. 1954. Animated Disney tale in which a baby tugboat would rather play than help his father in New York harbour

281- SON OF FRANKENSTEIN- 1x200’ b/w A £11.00. 1939. The third film in Universal Studios' Frankenstein series, also the last to feature Boris Karloff as the Monster as well as the first to feature Béla Lugosi as Ygor. Gepe spool and case

282 - MOTHER GOOSE GOES TO HOLLYWOOD- 1x200’ A £15.00. 1938. Walt Disney Silly Symphony featuring parodies of Mother Goose nursery rhymes and caricatures of Hollywood celebrities from the 30s. Original Derann box

283- A CINEMA OF OUR TIME- 1x200’ B/C (lines on extreme picture edges) £6.00. Excellent LAP Films Production which takes a look at a modern multiplex cinema in Bury, Lancashire

284 - THE TRICKS OF OUR TRADE- 1x600’ A £39.00. 1957. A fascinating glimpse behind the scenes at the studios of Walt Disney. See in detail some of the processes used to recreate those classic animated sequences and tales. Superb.

285- ONCE UPON A MOUSE- 1x600’ A £39.00. 1981. This featurette is a retrospective that effectively explores the magic of Disney. A whirlwind tour of the life of Mickey Mouse is combined with footage of Walt Disney and many of the studios photographic techniques, climaxing with a ‘march past’ of some of the studios finest creations. Derann release

286 - THE SORCERER’S APPRENTICE- 1x200’ A £10.00. 1940. Extract from Fantasia, the third feature in the Walt Disney Animated Classics series. Slight colour fade

287 - MICKEY’S TRAILER- 1x200’ A/B £6.00. 1938. Goofy's in the driver's seat, Mickey's in the kitchen and Donald's in bed in Mickey's high-tech caravan .. Slight colour fade

288 - MICE FOLLIES- 1x200’ A £11.00’ 1954. Jerry and his friends flood the kitchen, then use the freezer to turn it into an ice skating rink .. Derann release

289 - SOUP’S ON- 1x200’ A £6.00. 1948. Donald's nephews come to lunch, filthy from playing outside .. Slight colour fade

290 - FOR THE RECORD- 1x200’ B (scratch on extreme left hand side) £7.00’ 1960’s. Rank “Look at Life”. The recording and production of a pop record, namely Helen Shapiro’s Walking Back To Happiness. A little lacking in colour. Original Derann box

291 - CORONATION SCOT- 1x200’ b/w A £12.00. A film showing the building and testing of this sensational train, including her record run of 114 miles per hour, excitingly filmed from the air. Original DCR box

292- RAILWAY OF THE RHEIDOL VALLEY- 1x400’ A £34.00. This railway is one of the Great Little Trains of Wales and the approximate 19 kilometre journey between Aberystwyth and Devil's Bridge takes approximately one hour in each direction as the train overcomes a height difference of over 180m affording superb views of the Rheidol Valley. Original DCR box

293 - THOSE MAGNIFICENT MEN IN THEIR FLYING MACHINES/HOW I FLEW FROM LONDON TO PARIS IN 25 HOURS 11 MINUTES- 1x400’ A £7.00. 1965. British comedy with sabotage efforts damaging an international air race. All star cast includes Stuart Whitman, Sarah Miles, Terry-Thomas and Ro


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RE: What are your most recent film purchases?

#461 by Andrew Woodcock ( deleted ) , Tue Feb 14, 2017 5:02 pm

"Tricks Of Our Trade" and "Once Upon A Mouse" Disney 600 footers were also available to own each for just £39!!!


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RE: What are your most recent film purchases?

#462 by Nigel Higgins , Tue Feb 14, 2017 5:18 pm

good old days now sadly gone andrew ,but plenty of brand new super 8mm prints are still about ,but no derann stuff UNLESS ANYONE HAS STOCK PILED IT and then we all no prices will be out of reach for most ,lets keep 8mm going evern though there isnt a derann anymore


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#463 by Andrew Woodcock ( deleted ) , Tue Feb 14, 2017 5:20 pm

I'm doing my best to stockpile it all Nigel!


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#464 by Nigel Higgins , Tue Feb 14, 2017 5:22 pm

So thats where its all gone


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#465 by Andrew Woodcock ( deleted ) , Tue Feb 14, 2017 5:25 pm

We await to see what Kodaks little latest adventure may bring about Nigel, so far as new Super 8mm prints are concerned.

Looking at Phil's latest post however, I ain't holding my breath!


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#466 by Eivind Mork , Tue Feb 14, 2017 6:18 pm

I guess the chances of pre striped film is not too good either even if the reintroduction of Ektachrome is coming.



 
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#467 by Andrew Woodcock ( deleted ) , Tue Feb 14, 2017 6:22 pm

Be alright for pasted still to main, ok for both on Acetate so long as nobody is in a rush!!

I doubt we would ever see pre striped stock ever again now though Eivind, mores the pity.


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#468 by Andrew Woodcock ( deleted ) , Tue Feb 14, 2017 11:21 pm

Can you imagine finding on ebay Pearl & Dean old and new opening and closing credits now for £6 a reel new!!


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RE: What are your most recent film purchases?

#469 by Eivind Mork , Thu Feb 16, 2017 6:51 pm

Just got Mickey's Delayed Date from (1947) on 16mm.



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RE: What are your most recent film purchases?

#470 by David Skillern , Thu Feb 16, 2017 8:53 pm

Hi,
just received The Jolson Story trailer on super 8 and the Universal 8 cutdown of That Man Bolt



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RE: What are your most recent film purchases?

#471 by Vidar Olavesen , Tue Feb 21, 2017 3:41 pm

Just st got these in the mail


Saturday I picked up the ones I posted pictures of on Sunday/Monday, but it was also a Way Out West 16mm I haven't seen yet


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RE: What are your most recent film purchases?

#472 by Paul Browning , Tue Feb 21, 2017 6:37 pm

The cabinet Dr Caligari from Steve Sigel, The Mummies Curse from ian , and three Bruce lee films from Bert. I am just awaiting Francisco now to see if I have bagged two features from him, I hope so.


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RE: What are your most recent film purchases?

#473 by Paul Browning , Tue Feb 21, 2017 8:52 pm

Looks like I have first refusal on them, email received. Now to pay the man.


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RE: What are your most recent film purchases?

#474 by Paul Browning , Tue Feb 21, 2017 9:13 pm

Looking at the derann list, I was in the shop when this was being compiled, and snapped up no business like show business, so was too late to take it off the list, and robin hood 4 parts too, plus loads of other goodies.


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RE: What are your most recent film purchases?

#475 by David Skillern , Wed Feb 22, 2017 11:17 am

waiting for delivery of The Valachi Papers on 16mm with Charles Bronson



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