RE: What are your most recent film purchases?

#1276 by Vidar Olavesen , Tue Mar 12, 2019 8:30 pm

Came a little package today too, 16mm Rascals

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RE: What are your most recent film purchases?

#1277 by Tomek Lecocq , Wed Mar 13, 2019 8:38 am

When my Kinoton projector will be running again, I will need sound of course, so I need a Dolby Processor.
I found one for cheap a few days ago, it has all the cards inside for both analog and Dolby Digital sound.



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RE: What are your most recent film purchases?

#1278 by Vidar Olavesen , Wed Mar 13, 2019 10:39 am

Can Isak what cheap is? I have two, only need one, but no idea what they are worth


 
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RE: What are your most recent film purchases?

#1279 by Tomek Lecocq , Wed Mar 13, 2019 12:16 pm

Depends on the model, which one do you have ?
A good price for a CP500 in great condition (the one I bought) is between 150€ and 200€ I believe.
Occasionally you can find a much better deal, it was on the other side of France and the seller wouldn’t agree on shipping, but someone was selling a pair of these for as low a 45€ each.



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RE: What are your most recent film purchases?

#1280 by Vidar Olavesen , Wed Mar 13, 2019 12:36 pm

Ah, okay, will check when I get it deg out again

The one I use on my FP23 is a CP-55, the other one I am not sure of. Might contain boards for support of more sound types asit was sed in a local cinema back in the days



 
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RE: What are your most recent film purchases?

#1281 by Tomek Lecocq , Wed Mar 13, 2019 3:03 pm

The CP55 is very old, most of the cinemas had already replaced it with a newer model (CP65, CP500, ...) before the switchover to digital. I don’t think it’s worth a lot.

The CP55, CP45 and CP65 were analog only, but you could combine them with a DA20 to have also digital sound (provided you have the reader on your 35mm projector).

The CP500 had normally everything in one machine, however a lower end version was also sold that did not have the Dolby digital cards inside (you could always add them yourself later).

The CP650 does everything (analog and digital sound from 35mm film, as well as digital sound for digital projectors), this is why it’s still expensive because most cinemas kept it after switching to digital projection, as long as DCI norms won’t change or the cinema wants to have the “newer” formats like Dolby Atmos, there’s no need to change it for a newer model.



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RE: What are your most recent film purchases?

#1282 by Vidar Olavesen , Thu Mar 14, 2019 9:42 pm

Thanks to Greg Perry for helping out getting these two films, which arrived today



Night Owls is Super 8, 400’

The 16mm trailer reel contains these
1) A WARM DECEMBER (1973) - Excellent Color; Sidney Poitier, Ester Anderson
2) ADVENTURES OF BULLWHIP GRIFFIN (1967) - TECHNICOLOR; Roddy McDowall, Suzanne Pleshette
3) DEAD OR ALIVE (1944) - B&W Theatrical; Tex Ritter, Dave O'Brien
4) ONCE YOU KISS A STRANGER (1969) - Faded; Carol Lynley, Martha Hyer
5) SEMI-TOUGH (1977) - Some Color; Burt Reynolds, Kris Kristofferson, Jill Clayburgh
6) CULPEPPER CATTLE CO. (1972) - Some Color; Gary Grimes, Billy Green Bush
7) SHAMPOO (1975) - Faded; Warren Beatty, Goldie Hawn
8) BITE THE BULLET (1975) (no Titles) - Faded; Gene Hackman, James Coburn
9) THE LATE SHOW (1977) - Faded; Art Carney, Lily Tomlin
10) THE DEEP (1977) - TECHNICOLOR; Jacqueline Bisset, Nick Nolte
11) JENNY (1970) - Faded; Marlo Thomas, Alan Alda
12) MURDER BY DEATH (1976) - Faded; Peter Falk, Alec Guinness, Peter Sellers
13) Unknown Trailer (no titles) - Faded
14) 3 IN THE CELLAR (1970) - LOW FADE COLOR; Joan Collins, Larry Hagman
15) THE BLACK BIRD (1975) - Faded; George Segal, Lionel Stander
16) SUMMER OF 42 (1971) - LOW FADE COLOR; Jennifer O'Neill, Garry Grimes
17) THE GREAT GATSBY (1974) - Some Color; Robert Redford, Mia Farrow, Bruce Dern
18) THE 10 COMMANDMENTS (1956) - Some Color; Charlton Heston, Yul Brynner
19) THE THREE MUSKETEERS (1973) - LOW FADE COLOR; Oliver Reed, Charlton Heston, Michael York
20) LAST SUMMER (1969) - Faded; Barbara Hershey, Richard Thomas, Bruce Davison
21) PATTON (1970) - Faded; George C. Scott
22) THE BOY FRIEND (1971) - Some Color; Twiggy, Christopher Gable
23) IN COLD BLOOD (1967) - B&W; Robert Blake, Scott Wilson
24) THE LITTLE PRINCE (1974) - Some Color; Richard Kiley, Bob Fosse
25) A BRIDGE TOO FAR (1977) - Faded; Sean Connery, Ryan O'Neal
26) CALIFORNIA SUITE (1978) - Some Color; Jane Fonda, Richard Pryor, Alan Alda


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RE: What are your most recent film purchases?

#1283 by Paul Browning , Sat Mar 16, 2019 9:44 pm

The fall of the roman empire super 8 feature, on super spools so will take a look on the beaulieu tonight.


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RE: What are your most recent film purchases?

#1284 by David Alligan , Tue Mar 19, 2019 10:19 am

Just received my latest purchase, Walton Print Summer Holiday but what surprised me was that I thought I was bid on the flat version but in fact what turned up was the scope version


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RE: What are your most recent film purchases?

#1285 by Paul Browning , Fri Mar 22, 2019 8:42 pm

The Day The Earth Stood Still on 16 mm. I missed this a couple of times doing the rounds on flea bay and recently on the other channel, but now I have a copy from an excellent know collector, my favourite sci fi movie from this era. I have this on dvd bought from Derann, in the notes it states that spencer tracey was originally lined up for the part of the space man, but director Robert wise didn't think it would be believed because tracey was already a known actor, and he needed someone who was virtually unknown in America as an actor and chose Mchael Rennie.


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RE: What are your most recent film purchases?

#1286 by Vidar Olavesen , Sat Mar 23, 2019 12:33 pm

From our meeting last nifht, I got some new additions to my collection

Latest issue of the club magazine

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RE: What are your most recent film purchases?

#1287 by David Alligan , Wed Mar 27, 2019 3:09 pm

Just got off ebay 16mm print of "Theres No Business Like Showbusiness" its on 1 x 2000ft spool and 1 x 1600ft spool its pan and scanned and their is slight fade but nothing a blue filter wont put right
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RE: What are your most recent film purchases?

#1288 by Vidar Olavesen , Tue Apr 02, 2019 3:01 pm

Tiny little package today ...
Anyone know original title? Is it The Flying Sorceress?


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RE: What are your most recent film purchases?

#1289 by Paul Browning , Tue Apr 02, 2019 5:53 pm

There is a tom and jerry with that title Vidar, I cannot read this title is it in French ?. I use this with doctor jeykle and mr mouse for the Halloween shows ...


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RE: What are your most recent film purchases?

#1290 by Mark Mander ( deleted ) , Tue Apr 02, 2019 6:12 pm

Yes Vidar it is the Flying Sorceress,,Mark



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RE: What are your most recent film purchases?

#1291 by Vidar Olavesen , Tue Apr 02, 2019 6:42 pm

Picture from eBay auction, looks decent


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RE: What are your most recent film purchases?

#1292 by Eivind Mork , Wed Apr 03, 2019 12:41 pm

Got two new films:
* Mr. Smith Goes to Washington, Super 8, 400',b/w and sound. This is a digest with James Stewart. I am fond of his characters, and was glad to get this.
* If I Had a Million - a W.C. Fields film. Super 8, 200', b/w and sound.
Both with original boxes.


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RE: What are your most recent film purchases?

#1293 by Vidar Olavesen , Wed Apr 03, 2019 1:24 pm

Agreewith you, James Stewart has something special. Got that on 16mm


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RE: What are your most recent film purchases?

#1294 by Panayotis Carayannis , Sun Apr 07, 2019 2:29 pm

A rare find, for me, and a real surprise! An 80 minute (approximately) collection of ten cartoons, compiled as a feature and shown to Italian cinemas in 1959. The preprint was worn, the print was worn but the contents were invaluable, (well, to me anyhow). Ten Columbia Pictures cartoons from the forties, that is, post- Scrappy ( the thirties) and pre-UPA (the fifties), not released in 8 mm elsewhere, as far as I know.


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#1295 by Iman Yahya , Sun Apr 07, 2019 3:19 pm

Amazing find Panayotis! Have you identified which Columbia cartoons are on it?


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RE: What are your most recent film purchases?

#1296 by Panayotis Carayannis , Sun Apr 07, 2019 7:25 pm

Not yet all, as the Italian titles are totally changed. So far: A BOY AND HIS DOG (1936) Actually, the only Charles Mintz production in the group, COO COO BIRD DOG (1949), CAGEY BIRD (1946), FIESTA TIME (1945), SILENT TWEETMENT (1946), DOG, CAT AND CANARY (1945). Still searching to identify the other four.I am excited !!


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#1297 by Iman Yahya , Sun Apr 07, 2019 9:46 pm

In the slim chance you get stuck, I'd be happy to help with IDing the other 4 if you upload some screenshots or give a brief synopsis

The cover art appears to be from CAT-TASTROPHY (1949)



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RE: What are your most recent film purchases?

#1298 by Panayotis Carayannis , Sun Apr 14, 2019 12:24 am

Well,i finally managed to identify nine out of the ten cartoons. They are,(along with their totally irrelevent italian titles):
A BOY AND HIS DOG ,1936 (Secret Service)
TITO'S GUITAR ,1942 (Frantazini Messicani)
CAT-TASTROPHY,1949, (Grandi e Uccidi). Yes Iman, the photo on the box is from this film!
SILENT TWEETMENT ,1946 (La Tribu del Piuma Blu)
CATNIPPED ,1946 (La Cantata misteriosa)
DOG,CAT AND CANARY 1945 (Aventure de Miagolao e Gedeon)
CAGEY BIRD ,1946 (La Banda dei Miau Miau)
COO COO BIRD DOG ,(Appuntamento Con il Diavolo)
UP 'N ATOM ,1947 (Bongo Cacciatore de Miau Miau)
NON C'ERA UNA VOLTA .This tenth cartoon is a mystery.It is different from the others. It is fully animated and has a narrator and music. It features a family of birds,living and working peacefully in a bird community.They accept and hire a pair of russian peasants to take care of their three newly "born" eggs.The bad russians substitute one egg with one of their own. When the eggs are hatched,(two cute white birdies and a dark, ugly and mean one) When the parents are out,working,the baddies steal their jewels and fly away. They are chased by the whole bird community and are finally blown away! I believe this one is an Italian original as there are one sign saying "Academia del Volo" (Flying Academy) and a note written on a callendar by the female baddie ("Aprile,giornate grasso). The characters are all upstanding and not bird like,and well dressed. Any help?


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RE: What are your most recent film purchases?

#1299 by Iman Yahya , Mon Apr 15, 2019 11:30 pm

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Very interesting, I might be able to ask a friend who’s more well-versed in Italian animation. Will let you know if I find anything out from your description. :)

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RE: What are your most recent film purchases?

#1300 by Martin Dew , Wed Apr 17, 2019 10:35 am

Got a nice little haul from Pimlico. All great colour except Belstone which was still sealed.

I wasn't particularly interested in any of these titles, but it's funny how low fade prints in original boxes can change your mind.


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