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Patrick Matthews
Film Handler

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From: Kansas City, MO, USA
Registered: Sep 2004

 - posted 08-16-2005 11:29 AM      Profile for Patrick Matthews   Email Patrick Matthews   Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
Requesting print specs/condition of print (if handled recently) on The Big Lebowski. Thanks!

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Steve Scott
Phenomenal Film Handler

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From: Minneapolis, MN
Registered: Sep 2000

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Polygram Films
6 Reels
Quad track
117 min.

Print I've seen around Minneapolis is in terrible visual shape, with heads & tails looking worse than some sections of Rocky Horror.

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Forum Watchdog / Soup Nazi

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It has been 887 days since the last post.

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John T. Hendrickson, Jr
Jedi Master Film Handler

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From: Freehold, NJ, USA
Registered: Apr 2001

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I'm running this print at the Count Basie Theatre in Red Bank, NJ on February 26. Does anyone have any new information as to the condition of prints?

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Scott Norwood
Film God

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From: Boston, MA. USA (1774.21 miles northeast of Dallas)
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print labelled "Berlin #1" is in decent enough shape that I wouldn't feel badly about charging people to see's about what one would expect for an original print of a 10-year-old film...missing about 20-24 frames at heads and tails, a few splices, platter scratches in part of R5 and R6, generally OK otherwise

no DTS disks with print

Deluxe Film Rejuvenation depot

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John Hawkinson
Film God

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From: Cambridge, MA, USA
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Universal Studios (current rightsholder)

DFR's print #7 was struck in March of 2008 and looks pretty good (8/10), the most distracting scratches are two single vertical lines that appear in two seperate scenes and appear and disappear on the scene cut, so they are probably on the original elements.

No DTS discs either, plays fine in SRD.

[thumbsup] to Uni for keeping their rep. library in good shape.


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