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Zorro trailer found
Old 08-29-2011   #1
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Zorro trailer found

About 6 years ago I found 100 plus feet of one of the Movie trailers in a creek bottom . 30 percent of it was damaged from what looks like the projection bulb. Anyway here are some scans from parts of it.
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Movie trailer images
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More from the set, as you can see some of the frames had color problems. The stuff was a mess, all wrapped up in downed tree limbs , wet and muddy.

Cleaned it up best I could.
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Tom, this is a cool story...looks like they cleaned up really nice and I would have them printed, framed and hung on the wall!

As a kid, I was crazy about Zorro!
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Tom, this is a cool story...looks like they cleaned up really nice and I would have them printed, framed and hung on the wall!

As a kid, I was crazy about Zorro!
thanks dave , it was a nice find but it is a pain to go through to find the good frames, I'm not much into the film used in movie production but , each image is like a half frame of 35mm .
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Three more from the sword fight .
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thanks dave , it was a nice find but it is a pain to go through to find the good frames, I'm not much into the film used in movie production but , each image is like a half frame of 35mm .
It would be more accurate to say that leica format is like a double frame of 35mm.
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It would be more accurate to say that leica format is like a double frame of 35mm.
Hmmm...never knew that movie film was so much smaller...learn something new everyday on RFF!

Now, if I am not mistaken, is this from the Banderas' Zorro film a few years ago? I still think these images would be fantastic framed and such.
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That was a fun movie with Catherine Zeta-Jones and Antonio Banderas.

The prints look very glamorous!
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