Star Wars Super 8 Scope Very Rare Feature Length Film Lpp For SaleI have up for sale a VERY Rare Super 8 Feature Length Print of Star Wars mounted on the original 6x400' reels. This is not the Derann version and so it is not labeled as "A New Hope" in the opening crawl (See pictures). This is the original version that was seen in the theaters in 1977. On the Derann release the scene with Greedo has no subtitles for some strange reason. This one does as can be seen by the photos.
This is a scope print but does have black bars on the sides to give this print the exact same ratio (2.35:1) as the film released in 1977.The print is on low fade LPP stock! The colors look pretty good! See the pictures.The sound is mono but it looks to be the brown Kodak Prestriped stock so if you want to have this re-recorded in Stereo it should come out with CD quality sound.
There are some light scratches that come and go at the beginning but are so light they hardly show up in the pictures. I bet a good treatment with Filmguard would take care of this. I did not notice any splices but there could be one or two. Nothing that would stand out.
Overall I would say this print is in very good condition, very rare, and was awesome to project and watch. This title is getting more and more rare and this version may be one of the rarest of them all. A great collectors item for Star Wars fans and film collectors alike.
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