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Frank Angel
Film God

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Registered: Dec 1999


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Title: .........GUYS AND DOLLS
Distrib: .......MGM Classics
35mm Print #: ..3016559
# Reels: .......10
Emulsion: ......Eastman LPP
Base: ..........Polyester
Incept Date: ...1999 (edge stamp)
Release #: .....n/a

Picture format:
Anamorphic 2:35:1 (Standard Sprockets)

Sound format:
Analog: SR
Digital: None

Cues: Lab
ID Frames: Single frame, both heads and tails
Physical Condition: Mint
Scratches:
Base - None
Emulsion - None

Color Fade/Shift: None

Acidosis (VS): ...None

Overall Condition: AA
(WB rating)

MPAA Rating Band:..None
Attached Trailers:.None
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Notes: No intermission. "The End" title & cast

* Unusually long interval between Academy Number [3] and the first frame of picture on R1. Seems just enough time for the MGM lion logo to have been blacked out (some legal dispute? just a guess). If you are not changing over from another projector (attraction reel?), you can just roll down past Academy # [3]; there is enough black for even the slowest machine to reach speed and sound to stabilize.

* Best if your plates are cut 2.4:1 as this title has the telltale negative flashes so common in the early scope releases, and soooo annoying.

* On R3, R4 and R6, change-overs occur at fade-ins. RTR booths must take care to use exact count-down number (do not roll down to lower numbers) so that change-over is to the beginning of the fade-in and not somewhere after it has begun. If you are not sure what's the count-down number for your machines that will correctly time out to match the very first frame on the in-coming projector, then they should be re-timed before this engagement.

We covered cues that occur in fade-out with black appliques as the cues are very distracting on a black screen, and are unnecessary. The applied cues can be seen even in the black out, but simply take change-over when screen goes completely black and you won't have to worry about seeing the cue. The appliques are on the base side and are removable.

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System Notices
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Manny Knowles
"What are these things and WHY are they BLUE???"

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DCP is wider than 2.39AR. If you use your 2.39 preset, it will appear "letterboxed."

243GB / 2K

TRT 2:29:16
Credits offset: 2:28:20
Last image: Samuel Goldwyn (logo ftb)

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Jack Theakston
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I was going to mention something about that, but Manny beat me to it: I think this was shot/presented 2.55-1 (mag only) with dual-inventory 2.35-1 (mag/op, usually cropped and recentered if Print by Technicolor, but on contact Eastman prints, usually the track area lopped off.)

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