Super 8mm | 1 x 240m/800ft | Color | German sound
Print condition: G | Color: G+ | Plain box
Abridgement in two parts of Münchhausen (1943), a German fantasy comedy film directed by Josef von Báky and produced by Ufa, starring Hans Albers.
This was one of the first feature films shot on the then new Afgacolor stock, which resembled Technicolor with its emphasis on green and red.
One splice with a few frames lost. The color of this print is good to very good; film stock is Agfa 3S.
The film has been respooled from two 120m/400ft parts to one 240m/800ft reel and comes in a plain archival box.
Released by Atlas/Piccolo, Germany.
If your projector can’t handle 240m/800ft reels, we can respool the film to 120m/400ft reels at no extra charge. If you’d like us to respool, please add a note to your order (there’s a special box for notes in the shopping cart), or send us an email right after you have ordered.