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Topic: 35MM FEATURE - Night of the Living Dead  (Read 561 times)
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« on: October 13, 2010, 04:16:57 AM »

Perfect Halloween Treat!!

Please read the condition description thoroughly.

While the image on this print is generally very good - it's a composite print which is mostly taken from the original Continental release, as well as later prints - it's been used heavily. Heads and tails are rough, and a bit short at some heads and tails. Reel 1 has audible track damage for the first few minutes. Various quick chunks are missing at tails, such as the Cooper family emerging suddenly from the cellar, part of Ben's recounting of his first zombie sightings, et al. Reel 4's television news sequence is very choppy with about 100' having some sprocket repair (well made) and numerous short jumps. Reel 5 makes it almost to the fadeout after credits, but end credits are splicy. And, as expected, there's plenty of intermittent scratches and splices.  There is a little cinching in reel 1, but print is relatively clean of dust and oil, having been wiped with cleaner.  Having said this, it's still the mighty NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD, and the bulk of the footage has excellent contrast and detail.  Flat and will ship on Reels.


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