Re: [Videolib] 35mm Rentals Question

Jessica Rosner (
Wed, 10 Jan 2007 18:27:24 -0500

35mm is special.DVD is nice but it is not the same. This one of the more
high end schools re film studies and they have the ability to show 35mm, the
tragedy is that studios don't care enough to make them available.

FYI I just remembered you MIGHT be able to get SEVEN MEN FROM NOW
>From UCLA Archive as they did it as special restoration

On 1/10/07 5:54 PM, "Bergman, Barbara J" <> wrote:

> Um, I'm going to ask the obvious here and say:
> What does he have against DVD? My film profs were perfectly happy to
> change over to DVD (which was not the case with VHS).
> Especially when I explained that I can buy a whole lotta $20 DVDs
> instead of one $300 rental...
> Barb Bergman | Media Services Librarian | Minnesota State
> University-Mankato | (507) 389-5945 |
> -----Original Message-----
> From:
> [] On Behalf Of Karen Baxter
> Sent: Wednesday, January 10, 2007 3:26 PM
> To:
> Subject: [Videolib] 35mm Rentals Question
> Hello Videolib,
> I have a question that I hope the collective wisdom and experience of
> this group can help answer. Our Film Services manager and I have been
> unable to locate the companies that have the distribution rights and can
> provide educational rentals for the following westerns. She has
> exhausted all of her regular sources. One of our Film / Video School
> faculty is teaching a History of the Western course this semester and
> wanted to rent 35mm films to show to his class. He is most interested
> in "Johnny Guitar", directed by Nicholas Ray.
> Can anyone help and point us in the direction we need to go? Or is this
> a hopeless endeavor?
> JOHNNY GUITAR - Nicholas Ray (1954) on 35mm
> THE SEARCHERS - John Ford (1956) on 35mm
> THE MAN WHO SHOT LIBERTY VALANCE- John Ford (1962) on 35mm
> SEVEN MEN FROM NOW - Budd Boetticher (1959)
> MCCABE AND MRS. MILLER - Robert Altman (1971)
> RIDE THE HIGH COUNTRY - Sam Peckinpah (1969)
> Thank you so much!
> Karen Baxter

Proud Resident of a BLUE STATE

Jessica Rosner
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