Films on Super 8 w/sound

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    What about Super 8mm? I've been preparing to post a thread about this for a while, and thought maybe you had done it for me, but there is nothing specific to reply to. I was very big on Super 8mm in the 70's-mid 80's and owned about thirty feature films plus nearly a two hundred "digest" editions, cartoons, etc. I will open a new thread on this soon. Thanks for the reminder.
     
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    Hi Dick. What made me think of this was the thread over at software about the original King Kong. My first super 8 film was the 1933 King Kong uncut that I bought from Blackhawk for.....$450.00. But you know how expensive these films were. Anyway, right after I bought it Blackhawk pulled it from their catalog..seems it wasn't in the public domain after all. I still take it out sometimes and watch it on a real big screen. That RKO title is great.

    Sorry about deleting my original post. I didn't think anyone would be interested in this.

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    KING KONG was in my collection, too - I got a pristine 100-minute (restored) print from Derann in England for about two hundred bucks. Had lots of other RKO features, too, from some other company. Wish I'd kept them all.
     

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