Re: 16mm Episodes of SEARCH?!!
>Thanks guys (Jim & Don), but it was mostly due to dumb luck. I ran a
> Hi Kevin: Great job of finding that library listing for 16mm
> SEARCH. How did you manage to dig that one up?
few SEARCH episode titles on AltaVista search, just to see if
anything would come up. I've done this before and didn't get
anything -- so either I just got the right combination of words this
time, or it has just been added to AltaVista's database recently.
> I wonder how they got prints of the show since it never went intowhich
> syndication. You would think they would have the pilot movie,
> DID get syndicated. If these prints go back to 1972, they would beThey must be either originals, or possibly leftovers from overseas
> red by now, but still worth investigating.
syndication. I guess those would've eventually come back to whatever
company distributed them.
> It also makes me wonder if other libraries don't have prints.That's exactly what I was wondering. If possibly one of the large big
city libraries could have copies that they allow people to check out.
Whew! Hey, did you notice SEARCH was listed alphabetically right
after GET CHRISTY LOVE and behind SHAFT?!
> remember reading that the big Television Museum in NYC is supposedto
> have prints of ALL the SEARCH episodes, but I don't remember ifthey
> were in 16mm or 35mm format.
> I'd have to try looking the information up again. It was in a book
> type catalog for the Museum, not an online listing. I understand
> there is another Television Museum on the West Coast near LA.
> More later,
- --- In probe_control@y..., "Jim Alexander" <probecontrol@s...> wrote:
> DARN fine sleuthing, Kevin!of SEARCH episodes out there--waiting to be run on my projector! :(
> MAN! It makes me ache-- just to know that there are 16mm copies
>Tell me how to get one of those 16 mm prints through my library
system and I will gladly watch one and tell you how good it is. I
have access to 16 mm AV equipment. : )