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Aaron Sisemore
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Saw 3



6 Reels



DeLuxe Toronto lab

Attached Trailer: Hostel 2

Enclosed Trailers:

Deja Vu
The Return
The Messengers
Harsh times
Tenacious D: The Pick of Destiny
Horrorfest 2006

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Jake Lafree
Expert Film Handler

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From: Valparaiso, IN USA
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One of our two prints had a big fat splice after the attached trailer (Hostel 2) leading into the Lions Gate intro.

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Cody Martin
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Ditto to the splice in ours. Ours was not a tape slice though, but it was thick so I respliced as I didn't want the gate opening up.

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Jeremy Jorgenson
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107 min.

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