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Paul Gordon
Jedi Master Film Handler

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 - posted 04-18-2006 06:34 AM      Profile for Paul Gordon   Author's Homepage   Email Paul Gordon   Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
Baraka (1992)
Scope
6 reels
Dolby SR
96 mins

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John Wilson
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The 70mm version of Baraka (Beautiful) fits easily on 3 reels

1-2
3-4
5-6

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

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and FWIW, 'Palookaville' was the attached trailer on the 35mm version.

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Michael Coate
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"Palookaville" was released three years after "Baraka." Was it really the attached trailer?

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

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Yes it was.

Printed onto R1, even.

-Aaron

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System Notices
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It has been 2690 days since the last post.


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Leo Enticknap
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Screened yesterday (May 22, 2014) by me at the Aero Theatre, Santa Monica.

70mm, three reels (six originally, doubled).
Print was unnumbered - I couldn't find a print serial number anywhere on the cases or reel head footage.
Shipping cases and reels in very poor condition (see this thread).
Total running time = 96 minutes.
DTS 6-track audio, 2 CDs.
No trailers attached.
Print had not been plattered (no splices at the heads and tails).
Print has clearly been played quite a bit, but is in a reasonably good state apart from a base tramline in the middle of the image, throughout reel 2 (3 and 4 of the original configuration).
The changeover cues are all present and correct - Clint Phare-style white outline circles.
Per the readout on the DTS XD-10, the credits begin at 6'32" from the end.

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Jock Blakley
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Leo - out of curiosity, do you know when the print you ran was struck?

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Paul Gordon
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There is also a 6-track mag version on 70mm still around. Super sharp and sounds great but there are some intermittent base scratches. Comes on three reels doubled up.

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Leo Enticknap
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Just shown the same print I described above again (which I now know is producer Mark Magidson's personal print, hence no serial number). It's still in pretty much the same condition as it was when I showed it almost a year ago.

Jock - it's on 2383 stock dated 2005.

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