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It's not the creaky aspect of it i don't think. The weird thing is, the release i have (Legend Films restoration) looks splendid and was restored 'under the creative direction of Ray Harryhausen'.

It's only 63 minutes. I'll watch it tonight.
Review here... http://www.cult-labs.com/forums/gene...tml#post587539
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According to 'The One Show', It's being reported that some lost television episodes from the 1960's have been recovered in Sierra Leone. These apparently include:
  • Two episodes of the 1968 Morecambe And Wise show, one with Michael Aspel guesting
  • A watchable version of the 'Steptoe And Son' episode 'My Old Man's a Tory' from 1965
  • An (unconfirmed) episode from the third series of 'The Rag Trade' from 1963
  • Officially confirmed is the return of the only known episode from the first series of 'Basil Brush', with Rodney Bewes from 1968
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Yup, it was Mr Philip Morris. More has been found/handed over and yet to be announced apparently.
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news from Bob Furmanek's 3D Archive 3dfilmarchive posted on CHFB:

Our current restoration project is the never released in 3-D headhunter jungle adventure JIVARO aka LOST TREASURE OF THE AMAZON starring Fernando Lamas and Rhonda Fleming with Brian Keith, Lon Chaney and Rita Moreno. Watch for it from Kino Lorber in early 2019.

Other 3-D Film Archive restorations coming soon include 3-D RARITIES II from Flicker Alley featuring the ultra-rare feature (not shown anywhere since 1954) EL CORAZON Y LA ESPADA starring Cesar Romero and Katy Jurado; a 3-D Nudie-Cuties double feature with Francis Ford Coppola's THE BELLBOY AND THE PLAYGIRLS plus the never-before-seen Natural Vision feature, ADAM AND 6 EVES. In addition, there are many more surprise features from 3-D's Golden Age including one title that was never released in third-dimension that will make its official debut on 3-D Blu-ray in 2019.
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Old 23rd October 2018, 01:13 PM
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Movie buff finds long-lost British horror film missing for more than 50 years | Daily Mail

It's a version of Poe's 'The Tell-Tale Heart', made in 1953 and starring Stanley Baker

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Old 26th October 2018, 10:36 AM
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that's a very nice find. hope the BFI or somebody can release it - i guess it would have to be an extra though given its length.
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that's a very nice find. hope the BFI or somebody can release it - i guess it would have to be an extra though given its length.
How long is it, Rob?

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How long is it, Rob?

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It's one reel of 16mm film, so that would give a maximum run time of 25 mins
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