Listing equipment, films of interest to movie buffs, moviemakers, and film students that have stuff* that they want to give away or sell or stuff* that they are looking for.
Rules for listing
moviestuff: 1. Your full name is
required. 2. Your complete and accurate address
is required. 3. Your telephone number is
required. 4. For economy sake, if you've an
e-mail address, include it in your entry. Please
make sure it
is correct! 5. The charge for an entry is $1,
payable in cash. 6. The entry runs for one (1)
year. 7. An entry is defined as a half
typewritten page, pica (10 per inch), double-spaced with 1" margins. That works
out to 182 standard words; we round off to 200 words per entry. That should be
quite adequate to define and describe materials and equipment.
Rules for listing moviestuff:
1. Your full name is required.
2. Your complete and accurate address is required.
3. Your telephone number is required.
4. For economy sake, if you've an e-mail address, include it in your entry. Please make sure it is correct!
5. The charge for an entry is $1, payable in cash.
6. The entry runs for one (1) year.
7. An entry is defined as a half typewritten page, pica (10 per inch), double-spaced with 1" margins. That works out to 182 standard words; we round off to 200 words per entry. That should be quite adequate to define and describe materials and equipment.You may split up your entry into several entries if you have several items that you want listed.
8. Describe, fully and accurately, what you want or have for sale. You need to enter your full identification just once and thereafter, note "(your name)", (as above).
9. Follow the common format, but if you cannot, that's OK.
10. Text only; no graphics. We set the type based upon your suggestions. But, we'll try to give everyone a good play for what they want to buy or want to sell. We want to help you move your moviestuff!
11. Send your text and payment to FICOA, 5928 W. Michigan St., Wauwatosa, WI 53213; make check, money order, (or postage stamps) to "FICOA"
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16mm Motion Picture Cameras
Kodak K-100 Turret 16mm Advanced Amateur / Professional Movie Camera;a negator spring-driven camera with two prime lenses: 15mm wide-angle and 25mm standard Kodak Ektar lenses. Negator spring drive permits a 40 foot continuous filming without rewinding. May be fitted with electric motor drive. Hand crank accessory for special effects and has single-frame exposure for animation work. $400 plus shipping. Hank Landa, 5928 W. Michigan St., Wauwatosa, WI 53213, (414) 259-6492, email@example.com
Projection / Exhibition Equipment
CinemaScope lens for Projection of 16mm. film, 2 inch focal length by Bausch & Lomb ( "2 X Horizontal Expansion" ):This is the real McCoy! The lens built by the folks that produced the CinemaScope lenses for 35mm. camera and theater operations for the CinemaScope pioneer, 20th Century-Fox . In excellent condition (in original box) with adapter sleeve for Ampro Premier, RCA, and Victor projectors. $110 plus shipping cost. Hank Landa (as above)
Film Handling Equipment/Accessories
16mm Film Rewind with hand brake This is a large rewind (9 lbs. is shipping weight) with a cast aluminum body; in excellent condition (the previous owner obviously took good care of it)
$23 plus shipping cost. (You let us know where you are and we will provide a shipping cost, hopefully in the U.S.A.)
Poster (reduction b&w reproduction): The League of Frightened Men w/Walter Connolly as Nero Wolf $1.50 postpaid
16mm Movies: Feature Films & Shorts; Theatrical and Non-Theatrical. Click here: 16mm Feature Films A listing of motion picture feature films including descriptions.
Special Films: Catholic Pope Pius XI and Pope Pius XII:
Coronation of Pope Pius XII (16mm, silent, B & W) 400 ft. / 10+ minutes, mint condition, (Castle Film production of newsreel - News Parade). $25 + S&H
Pope Pius XI (16mm, B & W, silent) 400 ft. / 10 minutes, mint condition. (Excel Films). $25 + S&H
Kodak D-19 Developer
For Scientific, Technical and Aerial Photography
To make 5 U.S. Gallons
Single powder: Follow directions carefully. Dissolve entire contents upon opening can.
Directions:Open can with a puncture-type opener and slowly pour the contents into 5 gallons (U.S.) or 19 liter of water at about 100°F. or 38°C., with continuous stirring. Continue until chemicals are dissolved completely and a uniform solution is obtained.
For Use: For films and plates for scientific and technical use (e.g. Kodak Spectroscopic, and films for aerial, commercial, or press photography), use without dilution and develop as recommended in the directions for the particular material.
Notice: Exposure to photographic developers may occasionally cause irritation of the skin. This may be due to a skin allergy or to a primary irritation from one or more of the components. In particular, avoid contact with the powder. Eastman Kodak Company will not be responsible for any skin ailment caused by this product. Kodak chemicals will be replaced if defective in manufacture, laveling, or packaging. Except for such replacement, their sale is without warranty or liability of any kind.
6 Lb 11 Oz
Eastman Kodak Company
We have 7 cans of D-19 at $4 per can plus shipping & handling.
Shipping and Handling: Since the items on this web page vary in size and weight and will be sent various distances, a $2 handling (packaging and moving to a shipper i.e., USPS or UPS) plus whatever shipping fee is required.
The cheapest method may be to pick the item up here, at our base, in Wauwatosa (Milwaukee, Wisconsin) since there would be no handling or shipping cost. And, you can examine the item of interest.
To determine the actual shipping cost, drop us an e-mail and we will find out, based upon your preference of transport. Our e-mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact Us at: FICOA, 5928 W. Michigan St., Wauwatosa, WI 53213-4248
*Do not click on this e-mail address since it has some gibberish attached to confound the "SPAM ROBOTS" which march across the Internet vacuuming up e-mail addresses; Use it as you see it (write it down & then use it).
phone: (414) 258 - 6492 ... ask for Hank
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Books of the CinemaBooks, new and used, covering all aspects of motion pictures: personalities, films, production, directors, authors, etc. [Several hundred items are listed.]
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