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March 15th, 2013, 5:52 pm #11

Looks like a cinehollywood logo...
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March 16th, 2013, 10:25 am #12

It doesnt say cinehollywood but ie ....... perhaps its from the same manufacter but under a different name. or the 8mm is pre video and ie became cinehollywood.

would be very interestin too know what titles ie released, the box-sets look very nice! inside the 8mm roles have a different image.



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May 11th, 2013, 8:47 pm #13

Quando le donne si chiamavano 'Madonne (1972)
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May 12th, 2013, 8:55 am #14

Metalian wrote: Quando le donne si chiamavano 'Madonne (1972)


very nice!


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May 18th, 2013, 5:11 pm #15

shootgringoshoot wrote:It doesnt say cinehollywood but ie ....... perhaps its from the same manufacter but under a different name. or the 8mm is pre video and ie became cinehollywood.

would be very interestin too know what titles ie released, the box-sets look very nice! inside the 8mm roles have a different image.
It indeed seems like 'ie' and 'cinehollywood' are connected:



Images from the superb Robby's Super-8 Homepage , where you can also find the complete fall '81 catalogue.
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June 11th, 2013, 11:55 pm #16

The ZORRO movie looks very weird and there's not much info on the internet.
Of course it's a very short and silent movie... but I'll have to check what it is anyway.

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June 16th, 2013, 3:30 pm #17

I'm not a collecter of Super8 but I found these today at a local flea market in a box of useless junk and I couldn't leave them:



Unfortunately, as you can see, both movies are missing one part

Emanuela, 2. Teil - Garten der Liebe : first part missing
Karate, Küsse, blonde Katzen: last part missing

The woman selling them had no idea what these boxes were, she didn't have the missing parts at home and didn't know what might have happened to them either. I wouldn't be surprised if she sold them to someone not knowing what they were either or she just threw them away. Sometimes you just want to cry when talking to these people
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June 16th, 2013, 3:54 pm #18

Very cool you found that KARATE, KÜSSE... even if it's incomplete.

Camera Obscura in Germany actually included the Super 8 version when they put the film out on dvd a couple of years back. It's pretty entertaining.

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June 16th, 2013, 5:22 pm #19

candela wrote: I'm not a collecter of Super8 but I found these today at a local flea market in a box of useless junk and I couldn't leave them:



Unfortunately, as you can see, both movies are missing one part

Emanuela, 2. Teil - Garten der Liebe : first part missing
Karate, Küsse, blonde Katzen: last part missing

The woman selling them had no idea what these boxes were, she didn't have the missing parts at home and didn't know what might have happened to them either. I wouldn't be surprised if she sold them to someone not knowing what they were either or she just threw them away. Sometimes you just want to cry when talking to these people
Really Nice even if incomplete !
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June 17th, 2013, 9:39 am #20

very nice!! karate küsse is a very nice collecters item!


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