Great print Vidar, and sharp too. This does come up from time to time on flea bay, so worth a punt next time. Sadly Lewis Collins is no longer with us, he passed away last
year I think. I remember this well on TV, thatcher ordered in the SAS, and it came pass, the siege was over for the terrorists. The message got home. Is this a derann release.?.
Yes it was a Derann release Paul, great film, great pics from our Vidar, I've got one too, like it for the lovely Ingrid Pitt. On the subject
of the Iranian Embassy, the chap I served my time with, his brother was in the SAS, he was the second man in during the siege. He came
back up to my old home town and amazed some of the locals in the gym by climbing a rope upside down. Strangely, Lewis Collins was turned down for the role of Bond, he had all the skills, Jiu Jitsu etc, he passed for the SAS, but was turned down as he was too high profile. A bloody shame, he had everything including the looks.
A great looking print there Vidar, I wouldn't mind this feature, especially with that sort of quality,
I do have the 600 footer, now I have seen your pics I must get mine out and take a look. A very good addition to any collection.
Looks very nice. Mention of the Derann logo, don't think I've ever seen one on the complete features. The releases from earlier were all abridged on super 8 mainly 4x400ft. Perhaps it was because they weren't using original negatives.
Ingid Pitt loved her films, and as Richard Burton says in Where Eagles Dare "And what a disguise"
I still love the smell of film in the morning