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This is really good most you guys will like it

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by fredball, Feb 20, 2014.

  1. fredball

    fredball Vancouver, WA Well-Known Member

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    I like watching this stuff my dad was a pilot in WWII and maybe some day I'll catch a shot of him.


    1940's Aircraft Carrier -
    Aircraft Carrier rare movie with stunningphotography
    from US planes AS IT HAPPENED, not recreated !!!!!


    Again, this is actual real time aerial battle footage on gun mounted
    cameras as it actually happened !!!!!!
    This is 16mm color (not "colorized" footage) that you may not have seen
    of carrier action in the Pacific. Not many color shots in the '40s -
    extremely expensive then, with a complicated and exacting processing
    process.



    WW II : RARE COLOR FILM : AIRCRAFT CARRIER IN THE PACIFIC - YouTube










     
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  2. oknow

    oknow amboy wa. Well-Known Member

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    Wow some great footage
     
  3. rufus

    rufus State of Jefferson Well-Known Member

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    Most were just kids.
     
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  4. GOG

    GOG State of Jefferson Well-Known Member

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    Thank you.
     
  5. Dunerunner

    Dunerunner You'll Never Know Well-Known Member

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    Incredible footage.. Thanks!
     
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    U201492 Well-Known Member

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    And yet, they're so tiny compared to modern bomb magnets!
     
  7. Mark W.

    Mark W. Silverton, OR Bronze Supporter Bronze Supporter

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    Kodachrome as we know it was introduced in 1935 and the processing changed slightly 4 times. The last roll of Kodachrome was processed January 18, 2011 when the processing chemicals at Dwayne's Photo in Kansas City ran out.