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The Drop of Water (1963) - COLOR/ SOUND

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The Little Whirlwind (1941) - COLOR/SOUND

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CINEAVISION CARTOONS DOUBLE BILL:

Grand Canyonscope (1954) & I Tawt I Taw a Puddy Cat (2011)

COLOR/STEREO SOUND

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The 80s: Three 35mm Classic Music Videos

COLOR/ STEREO SOUND

240 €

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The Drop of Water

from the film “Black Sabbath” (1963)

From Mario Bava’s horror classic anthology “Black Sabbath” (1963) comes

its most popular episode: THE DROP OF WATER. Starring Jacqueline Pierreux and Milly Monti.

Set in 1910's London, Nurse Helen Chester is called by the maid of an elderly medium to prepare

the latter's corpse for burial. As she dresses the body, she notices a sapphire ring on its finger.

Then the horror begins...

A french- italian coproduction, “I tre volti della paura”, distributed by Warner Bros.,

had a huge success in Europe. American International Pictures released the english version as

“Black Sabbath” to connect it with Bava's previous film Black Sunday. The movie underwent

a few editing changes, had a new score by Les Baxter (replacing the original by Roberto Nicolosi)

and also offered a different, more muted, color timing. The original version was processed

by Technicolor in Rome, while the english language version was processed by Pathé.


This Super 8 edition is sourced from a 4K DCP of the recent restoration. It features the

european cut and its awesome color that made this movie a timeless classic.


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ITALIANO, ESPAÑOL AND DEUTSCH

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135 €

The Little Whirlwind

(1941)

A tue classic Walt Disney cartoon distributed by RKO on 1941,

“The Little Whirlwind” is part of the Mickey Mouse series of shorts.

While walking by Minnie Mouse's house one day, Mickey Mouse is

enticed by the aroma of a cake Minnie is baking. Promised a slice

if he cleans the yard, Mickey immediately jumps into raking up the

fall leaves littering Minnie's lawn. While working in the yard,

a small tornado as tall as Mickey comes along and...

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ITALIANO, ESPAÑOL, PORTUGUÊS

AND DEUTSCH

AVAILABLE IN: ENGLISH, FRANÇAIS,

ITALIANO, ESPAÑOL, PORTUGUÊS

AND DEUTSCH

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145 €

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BOTH AVAILABLE IN: ENGLISH,

FRANÇAIS, ITALIANO, ESPAÑOL,

PORTUGUÊS AND DEUTSCH

BOTH AVAILABLE IN: ENGLISH,

FRANÇAIS, ITALIANO, ESPAÑOL,

PORTUGUÊS AND DEUTSCH

please, select an audio language option when placing your order

Grand Canyonscope

(1954)

The second Walt Disney cartoon filmed in CinemaScope (it was also shot flat, so dual versions exist),

“Grand Canyonscope” was Donald Duck’s first cartoon to be distributed

by Buena Vista Distribution instead of RKO Radio Pictures.

Donald is taking a tour of the Grand Canyon.

Although he just wants to enjoy the whole exhibition,

this is made all but impossible by the constant admonishment

from the rulebook-wielding tour guide.

I Tawt I Taw a Puddy Tat

(2011)

“Tawt I Taw a Puddy Tat” is a 2011 Scope American animated Looney Tunes short

film featuring the characters Tweety, Sylvester, and Granny.

It is an adaptation of the 1950 song "I Taut I Taw a Puddy Tat" sung by Mel Blanc.

It features the voice of June Foray as Granny and Blanc's archive recordings

taken from the song for Sylvester and Tweety.

It was nominated (2012, Annie Awards) for Best Animated Short Subject..

The Super 8 edition of GRAND CANYONSCOPE is sourced from an IB Technicolor Original Print

in almost pristine condition. For safety reasons it has been scanned at 5K resolution.

Hundreds of marks, lines and debris have been cleaned up using MTIs DRS Nova.


I TAWT I TAW A PUDDY TAT uses the Original Cinema 4K DCP Scope master.

The short, produced in 2011, was created using computer animation.


Due to the different aspect ratio of 16mm and Super 8mm (Style A) film compared to 35mm anamorphic Scope (Style B)

there’s a top and bottom image loss when creating reduction prints from 35mm Scope originals. To compensate for that,

Cineavision® applies lateral masking to the 35mm Style B image area so no image is lost.

When it was created (late 70s), the process involved the use of an optical printer thus

some prints suffered of added grain and resolution loss due to the extra optical steps required.


This Super 8 DOUBLE BILL is a Cineavision® perfect presentation, without any aditional generation loss.

Images look absolutely terrific. Now, after several decades, collectors can enjoy again

a beautiful SCOPE experience without any image cropping.

160 €

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The 80s:

35mm Classic Music Videos


Three timeless classics entirely shot on 35mm film.

No fancy video effects, just the beautiful texture of film:

great colors, film grain and original DOLBY STEREO sound.

A-ha “Take on me” was entirely shot and edited on 35mm film back in 1985.

Theatrical prints were produced using Dolby Stereo. We have used one of these prints

in beautiful condition for this Super 8 release. This version of “Take on me” is

slightly different to the one premiered on MTV which had a few shots

replaced by video composites, sound mix was altered and a significant

amount of image information was cropped on all four sides of the frame.

The 35mm version has richer colors and a bombastic Dolby Stereo soundtrack.


Michael Jackson’s “Beat It” was a huge success when released and its

music video was lavishly produced and edited on 35mm film

(without any type of fancy video effects). It had a limited release in

theaters, back in 1983, with a Dolby Stereo soundtrack.

This is the version included on this Super 8 release.

Colors have never looked better and grain structure is fully rendered.

A must see!


Wham! “Last Christmas” (1984) is still a timeless classic and was restored in 2019.

The original 35mm negatives were located, conformed and color

corrected giving an awesome and pristine look to this 80s classic.

It has never looked this good!. This newly produced restoration is presented,

for the first time, on Super 8 film with Stereo Sound.


Enjoy these true classics from the 80s!....

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All Super 8 films listed on this site are new from lab prints,

created in 2024. They are intended for HOME USE ONLY.

All Super 8 films listed on this site are new from lab prints,

created in 2024. They are intended for HOME USE ONLY.

We only use first class polyester Kodak Vision 2383 print film.

Sound is magnetic stripped Stereo (not laminated mono).

We only use first class polyester Kodak Vision 2383 print film.

Sound is magnetic stripped Stereo (not laminated mono).

When a title has different audio language options available, please

indicate your option when placing your order. As all prints are made

to order, you cannot change language option afterwards.

When a title has different audio language options available, please

indicate your option when placing your order. As all prints are made

to order, you cannot change language option afterwards.

Our Super 8 prints are first generation prints from a newly

produced 16mm negative.

Our Super 8 prints are first generation prints from a newly

produced 16mm negative.

We recommend to use a Super 8 sound projector in good condition

and clean it before and after each projection.

We recommend to use a Super 8 sound projector in good condition

and clean it before and after each projection.

HOW TO ORDER

Please note that all our prints are made to order.


Once you place your order and your payment is processed please allow up to 8 to 10 weeks to get your print

We cannot guarantee how long will prints for a given title be available, so if you’re interested it is adviced

to place your order soon.


All prices exclude shipping cost and taxes (if applicable).


All prints are produced and shipped from Europe.


Before placing your order you can send us an email to get a shipping cost quote

to your location. Again, we’re not responsible of any taxes associated with

your purchase.


In the case of multi language releases, don’t forget to indicate the version you want. Only a single

language can be chosen for a given print.


You can pay your order by Bank Transfer or PayPal (friends and family option only).


Once you decide to place your order e-mail us.

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AVAILABLE IN: ENGLISH, FRANÇAIS,

ITALIANO, ESPAÑOL, PORTUGUÊS

AND DEUTSCH

AVAILABLE IN: ENGLISH, FRANÇAIS,

ITALIANO, ESPAÑOL, PORTUGUÊS

AND DEUTSCH