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« on: December 17, 2015, 10:36:41 AM »

PETE’S PLACE (1966) Universal Picture about the New Orleans Jazz scene starring Pete Fountain’s band who play “Basin Street Blues”, “Walking Through New Orleans”, “Fascination”, “Licorice Stick”, “When the Saints Go Marching In” and more. 1650ft, it’s Eastman which is fading pink.  £40. SOLD

DERBY DAY 200 (1979) 2400ft British Movietone News Special about the famous Epsom Derby horse race.  £50.SOLD

 
MALICE IN THE PALACE (1949) 1500ft.B/W Three Stooges comedy. This has much wear and splices, and no end title, but is still screenable. £25. SOLD

HORSE POWER (1980) Global-Queensway documentary about the working horse in Britain. Horse buses, brewery delivery wagons, mounted police, London ceremonials and more. Entertaining short. 2400ft. £40.SOLD

WYOMING SNAPSHOT (1964) Paramount travelogue about Wyoming state, 1800ft. Eastmancolor with fading but some color remains. £20.

SIDE BY SIDE (1979) CIC short, 2550ft. Motor cycle sidecar racing, mostly about the Isle of Man Sidecar TT races. £50. SOLD

WINTER SPORTS ITALIAN STYLE (1967) Paramount “Sports in Action” series in Technicolor. Ski-ing and other sports in the beautiful Italian Alps. £50.SOLD

BRITISH MOVIETONEWS Issue No.GR2376 (1970s) 650ft B/W. Contents include Fuel saving for trucks, French fashion, stars attend the Variety Club of Gt.Britain Christmas luncheon, beard from bees in Australia, bird show at Alexandra Palace, hunting with falcons in Czechoslovakia. £25.SOLD

WHERE THE FUN NEVER SETS (1975) Global-Queensway “This is America” series of US Travelogues, this one visits Las Vegas and the Grand Canyon. Cameo by Phil Harris. Commentary by Daniel Massey. 1300ft. £40. SOLD


BUSTER KEATON SHOW #110 Reel 1B incomplete, “The Bakery Story”. Consolidated Television production. This appears to be a fragment from a Fine Grain copy. Buster is about to shoot himself when he hears a radio announcement about a fortune teller whom he visits, the man then appears in different guises as a psychiatrist, lawyer, and property salesman. The latter advises him to buy a bakery business which he visits, then the film ends abruptly. About 800ft. £25. B/W. SOLD


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