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YOUR LATEST RARE 8mm PURCHASES
Topic Started: Dec 22 2012, 03:32 PM (4,413 Views)
shootgringoshoot
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why not start this thread, we allready have it for video and dvd ..... why nit for film ;)

just bought me this one, see where this goes ....... start a film collection aswell???

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WANYON
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Nice sleeve art Tom. I love the way the old 8mm releases often used a completely unique artwork for their cases. It would be interesting to see more info about the artists employed to work for these companies who did this stuff. All the poster artists get credit and talked about...but you never really hear anything about these 8mm sleeve-art people.

Haven't picked up any 8mm stuff for a while now but the last one i did was SALVARE LA FACCIA...on 5 reels!
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cannibal man
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wow tom how beautiful that is mate.
well done.
WHEN THERE IS NO MORE ROOM IN HELL THE DEAD WILL WALK THE EARTH.
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Harm
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This came in today. Love it!

Django Story (1970, Demofilo Fidani)
Label: Universal Cine-Roma

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Dec 24 2012, 11:32 AM
Nice sleeve art Tom. I love the way the old 8mm releases often used a completely unique artwork for their cases. It would be interesting to see more info about the artists employed to work for these companies who did this stuff. All the poster artists get credit and talked about...but you never really hear anything about these 8mm sleeve-art people.

Haven't picked up any 8mm stuff for a while now but the last one i did was SALVARE LA FACCIA...on 5 reels!

The featured artwork is actually from an Italian poster for the film.

see here, bottom pic on the left:
http://www.filmrecensies.net/filmrecensies...-solitario.html
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shootgringoshoot
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nice one harm!!

is it a dutch release?

wouldn't have mind finding that!


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Harm
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No, Italian. Never played, still company sealed!
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shootgringoshoot
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I really like the 8mm boxes ....... and it would be fun too have a projecter.

but I think the quality off most 8mm is not so good anymore ......
still if the movies are not too expensive, they look very nice!

giu la teste hombro is on italian ebay ..... looks very nice ...... but i think i will limit it to dutch releases with a hardbox, or a plastic video like box.

did you ever see dutch pressbooks of spaghetti westerns?


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None that I know of, but never looked for that either. Never came across any though.
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very nice box!

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