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John Hawkinson
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"The Dark Crystal" (1982)
5 reels (five)
Dolby A Stereo
2.35:1 Cinemascope
Universal Pictures
Deluxe Lab

===Print-specific info
Print #1 (Deluxe Film Rejuvenation / FilmTreat West)
Kodak 2383 ESTAR-base stock
Struck on 2004-datecoded stock
Print quality fair (5/10): lots of base scratches.
Audio level terrible -- needed to play around 10 instead of the nominal 7 we normally play at (CP65).

Edit: print quality revised downward [Frown] , volume notes.

[ 01-31-2007, 02:07 AM: Message edited by: John Hawkinson ]

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Bobby Henderson
"Ask me about Trajan."

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Didn't this movie have 70mm Dolby mag prints as well?

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Bill Gabel
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Yes, it did have 70MM prints available at one time.

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Monte L Fullmer
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..attached trailer - JAWS 3D

....and this print was in the era where you had to crank up the volume due to the Dolby A track was recorded very low.

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