For me it's the Super-8 feature (6 x 400' reels) of the 1952 film "Breaking The Sound Barrier." Being a aviation fan,I'm looking forward to the arrival of this one with great interest.
That's a good film Douglas, I have it in another format; the photography is very impressive, especially for that time. The cousin of Olivia de Havilland ; Geoffrey de Havilland is mentioned in this film, as he died about this time trying to break the sound barrier. You won't be disappointed with this film.
Just in , "Django , Prepare a Coffin" with Terence Hill, and "Das Boot" the Wolfgang Peterson film on the U-Boat crew during WW2, which
when shown on BBC in the 80's as a mini series had our workforce glued.
"Django, Prepare A Coffin" fron Bert at Super8 Warehouse is as you'd expect superb, the 3x400 of "Das Boot", from ebay, has a bit of fade, easily
corrected by Gel, but had a smell of vinegar, so a wind through Cresclene and open boxes should sort it, otherwise quite happy.
Not a purchase, but a gift from my pal. A 200' black and white/silent/subtitled reel of "Sky Riders" (1976) from Ken Films. After watching and enjoying the reel, I watched the feature by another means for the very first time last night.
I simply love the fact that our hobby goes from strength to strength by having like minded similarly enthusiastic and passionate collectors on board.
No one telling us all the D¥D is only £10 on Amazon for the same thing!!!!!
What a wonderful world we all have so far here. I'm in heaven!