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Mike Spaeth
Phenomenal Film Handler

Posts: 1108
From: Hampton, GA
Registered: Jul 2000


 - posted 08-31-2000 07:44 PM      Profile for Mike Spaeth   Author's Homepage   Email Mike Spaeth   Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
Technicolor
Destination Films
5 Reels
Flat
Attached - Buying the Cow
Enclosed - Woman On Top
SR/SRD/DTS/SDDS

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Bob Minge
Film Handler

Posts: 43
From: Fergus Falls, MN, USA
Registered: Aug 2000


 - posted 09-01-2000 01:28 AM      Profile for Bob Minge   Author's Homepage   Email Bob Minge   Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
OK, Brad or someone. Got my copy of Whipped to open Friday and it was used. Did NOT have attached Buying the Cow, but DID have Woman on Top - still loose in the can. Who do I call to get the attached trailer or find out who kept it. I NEVER remove attached trailers and a great majority of the time leave the trailers in the can if I do not use them. We wont go into the bad things I do.

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Bob Minge
Manager/Projectionist
Westridge Cinema 5
Fergus Falls, MN

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Aaron Sisemore
Flaming Ribs beat Reeses Peanut Butter Cups any day!

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From: Rockwall TX USA
Registered: Sep 1999


 - posted 09-01-2000 01:39 AM      Profile for Aaron Sisemore   Email Aaron Sisemore   Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
What's the big deal? It was probably a screening print, and AFAIK, they don't run any trailers on a trade screening print (do they?)- I wouldn't unless I was specifically instructed to...

Trying to reunite the attachment with the print, IMO, is a big waste of time and effort... Just find another trailer to place in its place or order another 'Buying The Cow' trailer if you absolutely MUST have THAT trailer at the head of the film.

Aaron


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Bob Minge
Film Handler

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From: Fergus Falls, MN, USA
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OK, no problem. First time I had gotten a print like that. I am not having a cow over it Thanks.

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Brad Miller
Administrator

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From: Plano, TX (36.2 miles NW of Rockwall)
Registered: May 99


 - posted 09-01-2000 05:33 AM      Profile for Brad Miller   Author's Homepage   Email Brad Miller       Edit/Delete Post 
If you didn't get it, don't play it. Or, if the attached trailer is damaged (scratched or other problem), don't play it. That's what I do.

Was your print "integrity inspected"? I'm curious to know if they let it out of the warehouse WITH an inspection but WITHOUT the attached trailer.

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Bob Minge
Film Handler

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From: Fergus Falls, MN, USA
Registered: Aug 2000


 - posted 09-01-2000 07:55 AM      Profile for Bob Minge   Author's Homepage   Email Bob Minge   Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
Will let you know sat morn. no internet at work.

Yes it was inspected. Yes it was in a sealed can.


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