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35mm film scans
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Hello, can anyone help me in locating the following 35mm film scans please:

Ghostbusters.1984.35mm.1080p.Dolby.Stereo.v1.0
True.Lies.1994.35mm.1080p.Cinema.DTS.v1.0
The.Matrix 1999.35mm.1080p.Cinema.DTS.v2.0
Lady.and.the.Tramp.1955.35mm.LPP.1080p.Dolby.Surround.v1.0
Aladdin.1992.35mm.1080p.Dolby.Stereo.v1.0

This is their naming online from what I can gather. Or ideally put me in touch with the guys who released them. Not privileged to MySpleen where i believe they're available. But have managed to source Raiders Of The Lost Ark from these guys & its incredible. 

Thinking back over the years, I've had these on Betamax, VHS, DVD & BluRay but would so love to see them in the format I remember them best. 

Thank you in advance, apologies if this is in the incorrect thread.

Long live 35mm Smile
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I went to the Alamo Drafthouse about 2 years ago for a 5 Arnold movie marathon and True Lies was the first film of the day. The 35mm print was in bad condition unfortunately and had a low buzzing noise and a vertical line going down the screen for the entire film Sad
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(2018-06-14, 10:52 PM)Tylerdurden389 Wrote: I went to the Alamo Drafthouse about 2 years ago for a 5 Arnold movie marathon and True Lies was the first film of the day. The 35mm print was in bad condition unfortunately and had a low buzzing noise and a vertical line going down the screen for the entire film Sad

The programming at the Alamo Drafthouse is always amazing. Would like to get there one day. 

Were all the Arnie movies in 35mm?
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(2018-06-22, 10:07 AM)SiMull69 Wrote:
(2018-06-14, 10:52 PM)Tylerdurden389 Wrote: I went to the Alamo Drafthouse about 2 years ago for a 5 Arnold movie marathon and True Lies was the first film of the day. The 35mm print was in bad condition unfortunately and had a low buzzing noise and a vertical line going down the screen for the entire film Sad

The programming at the Alamo Drafthouse is always amazing. Would like to get there one day. 

Were all the Arnie movies in 35mm?

I honestly can't remember, but with the Alamo more often than not, everything old they play will be 35mm.
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