Steve Schuler 16mm Films For Sale / Collector  Resources

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March of the Wooden Soldiers (Babes in Toyland)
1934 Hal Roach Christmas classic starring Laurel and Hardy, Henry Brandon, Virginia Karns, Charlotte Henry. Ollie Dee and Stanley Dum try to borrow money from their employer, the toymaker, to pay off the mortgage on Mother Peep's shoe and keep it and Little Bo Peep from the clutches of the evil Barnaby. When that fails, they trick Barnaby into marrying Stanley Dum instead of Bo Peep. Enraged, Barnaby unleashes the bogeymen from their caverns to destroy Toyland. Blackhawk ex-library print with lines and splices... missing the beginning ... starts about 5 minutes in, so the print is short. Great sound and quality, though. On 2 1600' reels. 100.00

The Lost World
1925 Willis O'Brien's first major foray into feature-length stop-motion animation... before he made King Kong. With all its Brontosaurus-stomping, city-destroying fun, this Arthur Conan Doyle classic is balanced with a romantic subplot that features my favorite of the era, Bessie Love. Explorer Professor Challenger (Wallace Beery) tries to convince the London press that dinosaurs exist in the far reaches of the Amazon. Newspaper reporter Edward Malone learns that this claim originates from a diary given to him by fellow explorer (poor) Maple White's daughter, Paula. Malone's paper funds an expedition to rescue (poor) Maple White, who has been marooned at the top of a plateau. Joined by renowned hunter John Roxton (Lewis Stone) and others, the group goes to South America where they do indeed find a plateau inhabited by pre-historic creatures, one of which they even manage to bring back to London with them for the wonderful, horror-filled ending. This print is made up from several prints and qualities. Run it silent and enjoy. 1600' 55.00

Hal Roach 2 reelers

Feed 'em and Weep
1938 Complete Our Gang comedy- but its a 1 reeler. Blackhawk print with short perf repair at the start- light lines, some splices throughout. Alfalfa sings at Darla's father's birthday party. Porky, too. "Many happy returns of the day." -ends abruptly. 27.50

The Lucky Corner
1936 Spanky, Scotty and the gang go to such lengths to help Gus sell lemonade including doing battle with Leonard Kibrick and his skin-flint father William Wagner. Alfalfa sings and Buckwheat was never cuter than he is in this film. A withdrawn library print with lots of wear, some stressed perfs, splices and repairs. Lines throughout, but most wear is at the start and near the end, as usual. But its a Blackhawk print with great early sound. 55.00

Mike Fright
1934 -an early sound Our Gang comedy, this time the gang takes over a radio studio with wonderful musical nuimbers. The 'Little Grass Shack' number is worth the price of admission alone. This is also withdrawn from library distribution with short main title, perf repairs, mostly at the start, splices thoughout, but mostly a clean image throughout on this Blackhawk print which is complete to the end. Thrill to the
International Silver String Submarine Band performing "The Man on the Flying Trapeze." 65.00

Our Wife
1931 a long 2-reeler... starring Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy. Its Ollie's wedding day and Stan is the best man. What could go wrong? James Finlayson is the future father-in-law. My favorite gag is Stan hiding the insect spray from the fly. But, this film features one of the wonderful trick cars that are a staple of the series. So, Oliver elopes with his "Dulcy-lover" and Ben Turpin is the Justice of the Peace. An old Film Classics print, complete, but with moderate wear and tiny damage here and there. Fun to run. 70.00

Twice Two
1933 Stan Laurel has married Oliver Hardy's sister (played by Olllie), and Oliver has married Stan's sister (played by Stan). They all live together and Stan and Ollie work in the same office. While the wives prepare for a surprise party to celebrate their first anniversary during which a cake lands on Mrs Laurel's head, causing her to bear an uncanny resemblance to a portrait of Queen Elizabeth on the kitchen wall. Stan and Ollie then arrive but the couples squabble throughout the party. In the final scenes Charlie Hall arrives with another cake which is eventually thrown in Mrs Laurel's face by Mrs Hardy. Twice Two was the last Laurel & Hardy film directed by James Parrott, the younger brother of film comedy genius Charley Chase. Some wear to this complete Blackhawk print from a library. 70.00

Charley Chase 2 reelers

Calling All Doctors
Charley Chase 2 reeler also with Lucille Lund who you might remember from Universal's horror classic The Black Cat. This is the second of 2 Chase comedies directed by Charles Lamont. Charley plays a hypochondriac and germaphobe who's convinced that he is a very sick man. His wife and co-workers, tiring of his antics, come up with a scheme to convince him that he is actually sick. As the story plays out, a wacky sanitarium escapee appears and pretends to be a doctor, confusing both Charley and his conspirators! Lamont would later become the director of Abbott & Costello features. This is a nice Official Films print is as good as 'original' with the lightest of wear 85.00

The Chases of Pimple Street
1934 2 reeler Charley Chase, Betty Mack, Ruthelma Stevens, Gertrude Astor, Wilfred Lucas, Arthur Housman, Hattie McDaniel, Harry Bernard, May Wallace, Eddie Baker, Kay Hughes, Margaret Nearing, Harry Bowen, James C. Morton, Eddie Borden, Jack Hill, Charlie Hall and John Binns.
Charlie's new marriage is being undermined by his sister-in-law and her little dog, Fifi. Celeste has no job, dominates the bathroom, and overall, is a buzz-killer. Charley will end up getting this girl entangled with an important business client and almost loose his job over an evening involving at a night club involving triangulation, liquor, balloons, an engagement ring and a mustard plaster! I hate selling any of these Chase comedies, but this one is for sale. An original Film Classics print with maybe 10 splices throughout- most at the start. The main title is a little short, but complete at the end. And there is a little vinegar to this- not severe or greasy or warped. 55.00

other shorts and comedies


Date with the Angels starring Betty White
1200' Episode 26 "Santa's Helper" December 13, 1957 This perfect ABC network original print of the series' only Christmas Story is exactly how the show was presented that night with all titles and Plymouth commercials. Betty White as Vickie Angel and Bill Williams as Gus Angel, Nancy Kulp, Richard Deacon, "Burt" Mustin as Santa's helper. and Tom Kennedy, announcer and pitchman for Plymouth. The department store manager is a real 'Scrooge' who spends time shoo-ing kids away from the big American Flyer train layout in the store's "Santa Land." Between Burt Mustin's Santa Claus being a little too generous and a lost little girl, his heart will be melted. Other american toys are featured... Mattel music boxes, a Popeye guitar, Cox model airplanes....The commericals feature Plymouth's big give-away of $500 per month for life called The Money Ahead Contest as well as Plymouth's clean beauty, custom car luxury look and the torsion air suspension. 225.00

Pop Goes the Easel
1935 Columbia, The Three Stooges are out-of-work vagrants trying to get jobs by each grabbing a broom and sweeping up. But, the store owner thinks they're stealing and yells for the police. The boys get away by ducking into an art school. Once there, they are mistaken for new art students and proceed to wreak havoc, as usual, culminating in a great wet clay fight. "Hey, look at the grouse!" Plenty of Nyuks in this good dupe print with the first minute or so replaced with footage from a not-so-nice dupe print... makes it complete and an 'Early Curly' 2 reeler for 60.00

When a Man's a Prince
(1926) Ben Turpin, the most handsome man in movies (except for Shemp Howard) - In 1947 Grand International Pictures bought a bunch of Mack Sennet silent films and made them up into short comedies with sound to enhance them. The first of these was this 13 minute comedy in the "Americana Comedy Film Classic Series." I love this film and you will, too. 65.00

Fast and Foolish
1951 RKO 2 reel comedy An original print with light wear. Gil Lamb on skates, then he races a '50's motorcycle. 65.00

The Andy Griffith Show
1961 Episode 27-"Ellie Saves a Female" Miss Ellie, The Lady Druggest" is featured in this wonderful episode from season 1 of the series. She helps a farmers daughter discover the nicer things in life, like Midnight Madness, the perfume that Andy gets sprayed with. Very nice original print with a couple of light lines here and there. A treasure from early TV. 1200' 35.00

NBC Sportsman's Holiday hosted by Curt Gowdy brought to you by General Electric -2 episodes - no commercials, so about 400' each great shape black and white original prints
1964 "Hunting in the Hills of Tennessee" Birds, Bears, Hounds and Boars... 25.00
1965 "Wild Geese" Canada Geese filmed in slow motion... 25.00

Who's on First
1945 Abbott and Costello in the complete 'Who's on First' routine that made them famous. Its an excerpt from the Naughty Nineties feature - print by "Universal 8." But, its 16mm sound and runs a little over 200' - always a favorite at our house, my kids can still recite the entire routine. Wear thoughout wiith a pretty rough ending ...has sproket damage and splices last few feet... but its all there. 25.00

Cartoons

Devlin
1972 Episode 2 "Hero Worshipper" Sept 14, 1974 Hanna Barbera. The motorcycle daredevil Evel Knievel inspired 'mod' 70's animated series, Devlin, in an original black and white print with light lines. About 1000' complete from television syndication. 45.00

Fire Phantom
1966 300' Superman Cartoon clipped from an episode of Super Friends by Hanna Barbera. This has a line running down the right side throughout. Color is a little off- but not gone. 20.00

Motor Mania
1950 Near Mint cartoon starring Goofy driving a car in a ruckus Disney classic on "road rage."
IB Technicolor print. 115.00

Popeye the Sailor Cartoons
The following complete, Agfacolor prints are may vary on amount of fading... some aren't too bad. They are generally clean prints with no scratches or lines and are terrific to present. Read each description- there are some differences.

Spinach Packin' Popeye
1944 War era cartoon in great shape, but the color is somewhat reddish on this... still has a way to go. Popeye loses his boxing match to Brutus and Olive is upset. Popeye reminds her of his prowise by retelling some of his greatest adventures. This is a 'flashback' episode with clips from"Sinbad the Sailor" and "Ali Baba and the 40 Thieves." A lite line on the left for a while, couple of splices, but really a nice, complete print. 35.00

Pitchin' Woo at the Zoo
Can you believe it? The zoo keeper falls for Olive! Which one is the real wolf? Bluto wrestles the crocadile, Popeye is swallowed by a tiger, Bluto says, "You only see an ugly face like his in an animated cartoon." But it takes spinach to save Olive from the leopards. 1944 An aap print without a single splice, but a bit faded. 30.00
1944

Farmer and the Belle
Classic eternal triangle setup with Olive looking for a farmhand. Bluto and Popeye compete for the job- and for her heart. 1951 A complete, clean Agfacolor print with 1 splice. The blues are starting to go. 30.00

Her Honor the Mare
AAP original from 1943 with a bit of wear from TV syndication. The color is only good- a bit 'warm.' This is one of the war-era Popeyes with references to that era... When the nephews hoist the horse to the 2nd floor, her rear end is disguised to look like Hitler. 40.00

Double Cross Country Race
1951 It's Popeye vs Count Noah Count in the cross-country race to end all cross-country races! But how can Popeye's broken-down jalopy ever win out against Noah's souped-up convertible? Original AAP print on Agfa, but the color is faded. 30.00

Stealin' Ain't Honest
1940 This is a terrrific Dave Fleischer Popeye with the original ship-door titles- Popeye and Olive are following a map to Olive's Gold Mine. Bluto is a claim-jumper! Wotta bully he is. Hey! Is that any way to treat a 'toon?!' Features a certian canned dark leafy vegetable near the end. NEARLY PERFECT TV print. 45.00

Happy Birthdaze
1943 Popeye is reading his V-mail, but Shorty doesn't get any. Popeye tries to include Shorty, to help him feel better, he takes him to Olive's where she is organizing a birthday party for Popeye. Things don't go very well, which is good, because if they went well, it wouldn't be a Popeye cartoon.. Great shape on this war era black and white Popeye 35.00

Aloha on the Sarong Seas
1942 A war-era Popeye with Popeye and Bluto in the Navy meeting Princess Alona in the South Pacific. Olive's musical number is sweet... she "sing(s) like a Night-n-gal." Almost like-new black and white AAP print. 40.00

Me Feelins is Hurt
1940 Fleischer Popeye black and white cartoon in a NEAR PERFECT television syndication print with the original ship-door titles. Popeye is on his tug when he gets a "Dear John" letter from Olive. She's hot for cowboys, so Popeye drops anchor in the wild west where he meets.... well, you can about guess it from there. 45.00

Quiet Pleez 1941 Fleischer Popeye black and white cartoon in a NEAR PERFECT television syndication print with the original ship door titles. Pappy's hangover drives Popeye crazy. He has to silence the city so Pappy can sleep. You need spinach to do that! very cute cartoon made before Popeye got drafted. -50.00

The Hungry Goat
1943 black and white War-era cartoon- Popeye battles a tin (and steel) eating goat who threatens to undermine the scrap metal drive by eating all the metals! He nearly destroys the destroyer. This cartoon also has references to projecting and the theater, but has strained sprocket holes throughout. Can you use it? a piece of WW2 americana for 30.00

Pest Pilot
1941 Popeye has a small airport. Pappy comes along and wants to be a pilot, but Pappy is too old. Pappy, dejected, leaves, but manages to start one of the planes parked outside and causes havoc. Pappy go berserk and flies around the earth. His imminent crash is announced, and Popeye rushes to the site. This is a Dave Fleischer Popeye from during the war in a great black and white AAP print. The only flaw to mention is a splice in the middle. 50.00

Dance Contest
1934 Nice old dupe print. Suave Bluto dances with Olive at the contest. Wimpy is the judge. Turns out spinach makes Popeye dance, too! Fun early Fleischer Popeye. -end title is short. 30.00

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World War II

World War II: 1939-1941 Coronet Eductional Films 16 minutes
World War II: 1942-1945
Coronet Eductional Films 17 minutes
-both nearly new condition and of stunning quality. Black and white from 1963, in their original Coronet cans. Both for 65.00

Pathe News Reels "Milestones of the Century" narrated by lil' ol' he... Ed Herlihy -they run 200' good shape and quality- 12.50 each or all 3 for 30.00:

#18 Death of a Dictator sound -Benito Mussolini: "Give me more and more babies." Hitler at Munich and then he takes over. 'El Duce' signs on. ...his body hanging in the street.

#292 Ike has a Heart Attack sound - Fitsimmons Hospital and a constitutional crisis involving Nixon!

#301 Communism Comes to China sound -Gen Marshall, UNICEF fails, "The Reds have their own ideas", Mao and Stalin.

sponsored shorts and assorted 'rarities'

Prelude to Taps
1964 400' "Army Forces Military Report" - Drilling and pagentry on the parade grounds with the US Army Band and full military review. ...in honor of those present and those have gone on before... The Fife and Drum Corp. ...almost a history of uniforms. Then, guarding the Tomb of the Unknowns at Arlington National Cemetary. Some wear to this faded color print. 20.00

A Trip to the Moon
1962 600' Encyclopedia Brittanica about 600' Excellent shape print. EB's animated fantasy about what a trip to the moon would look like. "Imaginary rocket ship" is used to predict the lunar expedition, EB says maybe someone will some day actually make a trip to the moon. This is one of the best EB films. Only 8 years before the actual accomplishment and really helps put the event in perspective. Written to spur interest in the idea of exploring off the planet. Original print. 75.00

Lot of 8 400' 1950's Coronet Science Educationals in their original Coronet cans
Its a mixed bag of conditions, but all vintage Coronets from the 1950's... I have these 8: Energy and its Forms, How Weather is Forecast, Arthropods: Insects and their Relatives, The Earth: Its Atmosphere, The Earth: Changes on its Surface, Fish and their Characteristics, Simple Machines: The Lever (1/2 reel), Simple Machines: Pullys (1/2 reel). $10 each or take them all for 70.00

A Zoo Grows in Brooklyn
400' A fabulous Technicolor print of a short film shot at the zoo some 40 years ago. It mostly deals with the employees that feed and tend to the animals. Made by Rob Barber. 40.00

The Endless Sea
600' Beautiful ocean film full of facts and interesting underwater scenes by the maker of the Jacques Cousteau television films, Oven Lee. This is narrated by James Mason and recently deceased Mercury astronaut Scott Carpenter who was very big in ocean research including SEALAB. Macmillan Films Production in a clean Technicolor print. 40.00 -hold-

The Visionaries
Early 70's 1200' film by Dick Young in NYC for US Information Agency, a now defunct "public diplomacy" agency of the State Department. Good shape, faded color portrait of 5 innovators and their inventions. Arthur Schawlow lectures at Stanford as he demonstrates his laser beam and the incredible possibilites of its invention. Jim Hall in Midland Texas and his Chaparral series of innovative cars: the 2, 2F and 2J with a wing added are featured. Then, he drives the vacuum car on a test track. William Lear flies himself to work in a helicoptor. His backlog of inventions including the 8 track and Lear Jet are mentioned but we see him working in the shop with his employees. A clean vapor turbine car project that costs about $15 million and the first test drive. Then, at home with Mrs Lear and her needlepoint... hey! That's Peter Paul Rubens hanging over the couch. Dr Carter Collins and "sensory substitution" transforming the characteristics of one sensory modality into stimuli of another sensory modality... giving help to the blind, deaf and even a way for touch without that ability. Finally, Robert Moog visits the synthetic music studio of Walter Carlos and another using the early modular synthesizer that bears his name. He is working on alternative input devices for his synthesizers, like drums and violins. We see Chris Swanson composing on a MiniMoog while Bob takes his kids sledding. Great film... 75.00

Oil A Shell Film
800' 1970's great conditon, faded color print. The nature of oil. Its origin, searching for it requires new technologies. Geophones, Seismic surveys. Off shore drilling near Borneo. Crude is useless and refining is expensive... interesting segment on distillation. Vague explaination of gasoline production. Then the film goes to ecological issues. More public relations than information. Designed to demonstrate the Shell drills many wells for each one that produces so they can help improve our lives. 40.00

A Breath of Air
1967 800' Pitched to secondary schools and colleges, this film tries to convince youth to decide not to smoke cigarettes. Tobacco companies have glamorized smoking and their parents are addicted.. Their health and their lives are at stake.1964 presidential commission declares smoking is linked to cancer. This was made available to schools by the American Cancer Society. great shape, faded color 35.00

Smoking Past and Present
1968 600' A middle school lesson on the history of smoking. A clever film that does give a fair history of smoking, but portends an undercurrent of anti-smoking sentiment which comes, primarily, from the children. When it gets to the science, there is a frightening animation of what smoking does to the lungs. American Cancer Society distributed this... produced by Wexler Films, L.A. 35.00

Link to the Future
400' The history of information technology up to the date of this c.1970 sales film from IBM. New devices are now developed that make them easier for humans to interact. The integration of device control and line control can provide the new systems network architecture to connect on shared lines. LSI production allows new devices to distribute network function. Local storage is introduced. Production continues when the host is unavailable. Aerolos Production for IBM great condition, faded color 40.00

The Magic of Sulphur
c.1960's 900' "Texas Gulf, Inc" and the U.S. Department of the Interior's Bureau of Mines made films that were sponsored by private industry and distributed on a free-loan basis to schools, groups and associations through-out the country. They were viewed by millions at group showings and on television. The Magic of Sulpher was one of the most popular titles in the catalog in the mid 1960's. The history and uses of sulphur from the magic of primitive man to the magic of modern science. Shows how the mining is done in the salt domes of the Gulf of Mexico. ...ends a little early when the chemestry lessons get going. Otherwise a good overview and good condition. Faded color. 25.00

Arizona and its Natural Resources
1st 400' -ends abruptly. As above, another Bureau of Mines film, this produced by "Phelps Dodge Corporation" good condition, but faded color starts with the indiginous people, conquistadores... and goes to the modern era with a tour of the dams of the Federal Reclamation Project which brought farming to the deserts. Very well made - more like a travelog. 15.00

Pheasant Fever
400' 1946 black and white Lawley and Lord production A terrific early hunting short in New England with the ring neck pheasants. A man, a fall day, his 28 gauge and 2 perfect pointers take a very productive 'walk in the woods'. This print shows its age here and there... but so do I. No advertising and a really nice film. 35.00

The American Sportsman
ABC original network kinescope of the TV show from March 20, 1966 -reel 1 of 2, the first half of the hour long show- intro and 2 complete hunting adventures, then fades to black: Sand Grouse in Kenya, then Mountain Goats and a Big Horn Ram in British Columbia. about 1000' in good shape. 25.00

Coho Calling
c.1970 1200' Half-hour TV Sports Special sponsored by the Falstaff Brewing Company. Follow Tom McNally, expert angler, as he takes his friends on a tour of the Coho 'Silver' Salmon fishing opportunities on Lake Michigan. They also troll the Platt River and visit the hatchery. There is an interview with the director of the Conservation Department. Salmon fishing and beer drinking? This won't appeal to many. ;-} There is a Falstaff commercial at the end. Light wear and faded color. 55.00

The Lure of Labrador
c. 1970 1200' Half-hour TV Sports Special sponsered by the Falstaff Brewing Company. Pete Zura, Bill Culleton and Leon Chandler go on a Canadian Lake fishing adventure in Labrador Quebec. As above, another Falstaff sponsored show with wear and faded color... ad at the end (and throughout, in a sense) 55.00

Fishing in the Midwest
1960's 1200' black and white - a beautifully made show featuring the 'experts 5 best midwest fishing places' with wonderful images of vinatge boats sporting Mercury Outboard Motors. Muskies in Hayword Wisconcin, Walleye in
Lake Winnibigoshish Minnesota, Portage Creek in the Upper Pennisula of Michigan, Cumberland Tennessee and Norfork Arkansas - lake and river. Great example of the sponsered film. lines come and go throughtout 65.00

Golden Harbor, Vancouver, Canada
400' b&w sound -light lines on this old original print of an unusual fishing feature. Looks like it could be pre-war era. Replaced main title is "Where in the World?" and also "The End" but mainly complete... clams, mussels, crabs... rays... 25.00

Wonder Dogs in Action
This is the classic Castle 400' hunting film in a sound print... clean. 15.00

The High Jump
From the Track and Field Instruction Series from Yale made by Ryan Films, features coach Frank Ryan and members of the Yale Track and Field Team demonstrating how to accomplish the high jump. 400' Great shape, faded color.. looks like early 60's. 20.00

Threshold of Tomorrow
1960's 800' Another sponsored public relations film, this one from the Masonite Corporation about their advanced production of wood products that are "wood better than wood." The technology of wood and the creatinve industrial process of creating 'hardwood,' siding, panelling and a great range of products. Also, it touches on foam urathane. The second half of the film covers innovations, not only in product and design, but is how the corporation is going above and beyond to be ecologically responsive. Logging, reforestation and breeding superior trees. Also oil drilling where trees were. Purification of water used in the process. Waste converted to many useful products such as fish food and instant lawns. "Better than Nature." good shape, faded color 45.00

Flying Targets
1600' 60's or 70's Remington Arms sponsored sports film on skeet shooting. Runs about 45 minutes. Some light lines, faded color. 55.00

Exhibition Shooting
Early 60's I'd say... 600' Some wear to this faded color print of a very interesting short on target shooting, the historical marksmen and the best of its day. Starts with Wilbur Cox and then has current shooters taking aim at every kind of target you can imagine. Shot in Dade and Westchester, this very entertaining film is sponsered by Remington Arms and Peters Cartridges. Girls and guns... this is a fun film 35.00

Where it's At
c.1970 Marathon International made this overview of Wolfsburg and the Volkswagen factory, its workers, their lives and what its like to work for the company that you own. There is footage of the annual shareholders meeting, lots of day to day living in the city, but most fun; lots of footage of the workers building the Beetles. Wonderful, clean print but with some minor weirdness... like the printer lamp goes dim a little every so often... not bad, tho. Faded color. But, a great document and its got Volkswagens! 75.00

Standard Brewing Company Roundup Lake Park Cleveland Company Picnic
silent footage. 40's or 50's 600' Very well edited print of footage made of the event. children, games, field day events, watermelon eating, eating, balloon blowing, patch sewing, tug of war, dancing, ice cream, snap shots, drinking and smoking, pony rides... the men are wearing "Erin Brew" t-shirts. This was found in Cleveland. 50.00

The Story of Modern Home Comfort
A rare post-war era industrial film from Johns-Manville, Luther Reed production about the importance and wisdom of insulating your home. Its all couched in a little drama about a newly wed couple who's family is reluctant to accept an old house from Uncle Mark because it is not "modern." There are wonderful animations, demonstrations and miniatures that help explain the science of insulation. Then, the entire process of making "rock wool" insulation; loose and batts. Finally, skilled installation crews install the rock wool using modern pneumatic techniques which do not effect the appearance of the home. 1200' with no main title, then complete to the end. Some lines and splices in this wonderful black and white artifact of the 40's. 1200' 45.00

The Great Italian Lesson
500' good shape, but faded color film where a Bronx accountant takes a cruise ship trip and "becomes Italian." Nice tour of the ship and the activities you would expect on a liner. The Italian Line gave up passenger service in 2001. 20.00

Special Places: Ohio's State Parks
1979 Made by the Ohio Department of Natural Resources, Division of Parks and Recreation to promote recreation in the State Parks. Runs about an hour on 2 1200' reels. A very well made documentary showing the highlights of Ohio's parks over 30 years ago. Faded Ektachrome with wear and repairs typlical of an ex-library print. 25.00

Curious Geroge
400' Weston Woods production of the film presentation of the book. Good shape, faded color 10.00

Sun, Plants and Animals
400' Film on just this topic... good shape, faded color... no sound on track 10.00 -hold-

The Fisherman's Boy
1955 Coronet Langauge Arts film. This is a very worn and repaired black and white print in its original Coronet can. 12.50

1957 Purdue University Reading Film -100' black and white "controlled reading" film. 3.00

2 Kodak made spots, 60 sec and 30 sec, for Canada. "Color Me" music and nice photography. Ironicallly, badly faded Kodak stock. 3.00

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Film, the Art of the Impossible
1972 documentary designed to generate interest in the art of the motion picture. Discusses the art of film directing and presents excerpts from a number of famous films in order to illustrate its point. A good, used print on faded color stock. 1200' 30.00 25.00

The Making of a Live TV Show
1972 Charles Braverman's television documentary following director Bob Finkel as he plans and runs the 23rd Annual Emmy Awards 1971 live show. 1200' Pyramid Films print on faded color film. 1200' 30.00 25.00

Episode 32 of "The Bible Answers" late 50's or early 60's
This is a low fade color print of a pre-1963 half-hour episode. (It does not specify a zip code for the mailing) The reel has a tape marked DAWN 32. (Dawn Bible Students Association) It is a bible discussion primarily between 3 theologians on the nature of God and how He would have us worship intercut with actors portraying Timothy and Paul in discussions... then Moses giving a prophesy at the end. There are also cutaway sequences of Japan, Thailand, Congo and Guatemala depicting Idolism, Shintoism, Buddhism, Ritualism, etc. Great print from early TV, but it just starts with no main titles. IB Technicolor. 1200' 35.00 25.00

San Jaun Sports Fitness School
A document of a fitness program in California in which doctors are scienficially screening boys for fitness and statistically determining what at sport their body is best suited. Its the 60's and this is "America's Space Age way to determine fitness." 400' low fade Eastman Reversal. 20.00 15.00

Heros and Cowards
A digested production of the Columbia Pictures 1965 film "Lord Jim" starring Peter O'Toole, James Mason ,Curd Jürgens and Eli Wallach. Made by Learning Corporation for students to view and discuss the issues raised in Joseph Conrad's story. 1200' on faded color stock. 30.00 25.00

Here's an original print of reel 5 from Bedroom, Parlor and Bath starring Buster Keaton in a great 1931 talkie. Great quality and condition, but only a little more than reel 5... if you can use it... 12.00

The Coming of the Stranger
1967 a clean, faded color print. Complete for 9.00

200' Popeye cartoon
negative in sound 6.00

Shadow of the Eagle
chapter 1 of this John Wayne Mascot serial... sound a out of sync... 7.50

35mm trailer for The Man with One Red Shoe starring Tom Hanks.. Used theatrical trailer- looks excellent with great color. no core, just rolled 10.00

Naked Couple Arguing
Its a 12 minute clip from an unknown 70's film. The girl is naked at the very start of the clip, anyway. The sound is out-of-sync... but the color is pretty good. 5.00

GRAB BAGS for those who enjoy going through film and making up reels of interesting things- or bleach the emultion off and make a paint and scratch film!

GRAB BAG LOT #1
Unknown films:
could be complete or short titles, etc. might be black and white or faded color. industrials possible, but likely to be all eduational. All on good usable reels. Community Kept Healthy, Water and Life, Mendelson, Getting Along with Others, Everyone's a Winner (phys ed), What's Your Bag?, Keeping in Top Shape, untitled, clip from a film about the US flag and some Hollywood material. About 6000 feet of film for $35.00 plus shipping. Send your zip code and I'll give you a quote via media mail rate.

GRAB BAG LOT #2
Commercials, spots and trailers:
older content in black and white and faded color unless specified. :30 Jenna Cassidy and Smokey Bear, :30 Smile Power Ohio Dental Assn, 2 :30's Anti Smoking, :60 School Vandalism, :30 Property, :30 Immunization, :60 If you Want Peace, :60 Will Rogers Institiute, :20 Lyle Waggoner for IRS, 1:07 The Navy Hymn, last 100' of Making of a Commercial includes the 7up commercial, :30 Jobs, 1:00 black and white Shredded Wheat, most of a Royal Crown candy commercial, short spot for The Jetsons on ABC, :30 Auto Safety, 3 ABC movie spots: Reap the Wild Wind, State Fair and Mary Poppins, 100' Undersea World of Jacque Cousteau, clip from an unknown play in b&w, 1:00 and :30 beautiful color commercials for a travel film series, 100' test printing negative with Abbott and Costello, then W.C.Fields, 100' of Nat King Cole song with poor sound. $35.00 plus shipping. Send your zip code and I'll give you a quote via media mail rate.

POSTER GRAB BAG
-rolled video posters- Rolled vintage video store 1-sheet poster grab bag
Green Card, Chocolate War, Noises Off, Strangers in Good Company, Blame it on the Bellboy, A Stranger Among Us, Twister (3), Medicine Man, Honey, I Blew Up the Kid, Triumphs of a Man Called Horse, Hotel New Hampshire, Harry and Son, He's my Girl , Fantasies, -more- $20 and shipping

Eiki SSL-O Super Slim Slotload Sound 16mm Motion Picture Projector
From a school, in good, working shape. Has a cracked lamp house cover, but that doen't affect the way it works. Good strong sound and a steady image. Includes spare fuses, a spare lamp, a spare exciter lamp, a take up reel and a dust cover. Looks like this may run to 38 pounds, so send your zip and I'll find the cheapest way. 85.00

Theatrical Magic Lantern Slide for Tim McCoy in "War Paint"
Theatrical Magic Lantern Slide for Tim McCoy in "War Paint" - 1926 Big MGM western directed by W S VanDyke. 3 1/4" x 4" -nice shape as shown... 50.00

35mm mag stripe for use as leader 800+feet for 10.00

Magnasync Movieola RewindersMagnasync Movieola Rewinders

Magnasync Movieola Rewinders
Here's a really nice used pair of professional grade film winders for 35mm or 16mm (also works for R8) up to 2000' reels with 15" stems. These have the u-joint, so you can either make a place for them to rest at the end or weld the joint to keep them straight. Set screw in the top for tension. Bolt these to your film table and you can preview, inspect, rewind and clean your films forever. They aren't going to wear out. 200.00 175.00 150.00 for the pair.

Replacement ground glass screen for Zeiss Ikon Moviscop viewer 45.00
Also have the rest of the oprics from a salvage Moviscop. Contact me with your needs.

Mansfield Rewind Editor Outfit
for the home user R8 only. Model 950 in a bright blue enamel. No splicer, but very sytlish. 30.00 25.00

Griswald cast iron 35mm splicer
Model R2 -sweet piece of cinema history... plus it still works as a splicer. 45.00 40.00

Early Bing Magic Lantren with 35mm crank transport -missing the back and reel holders. Needs to be rewired. Will clean up to be a real show piece. 75.00 65.00

Now is a good time to sell me your film collection.

Send e-mail to check availablity and to discuss shipping. Thanks.

send e-mail to Steve Schuler sschuler@bright.net

last update August 28, 2014