Phil's Vintage 8mm, Super-8 and 16mm Films and Projectors


8MM MAGNETIC SOUND FEATURES
Updated May 7
, 2019

The films on this page are for showing on standard / regular 8mm magnetic sound projectors, or dual-8 sound Eumig models, only (although they can be run on 8mm silent projectors). These cannot be run on super-8 projectors. All are on multiple 400' reels and in black and white unless noted. OB indicates the film is in it's original box. Condition is generally Excellent to Mint.
 

 

  • THE ENFORCER (MURDER, INC.) - Warner Brothers, 1951. Starring Humphrey Bogart, Zero Mostel and Everett Sloane. After years of pursuit, Assistant D.A. Martin Ferguson has a good case against Murder, Inc. boss Albert Mendoza. Mendoza is in jail and his lieutenant Joseph Rico is going to testify. But Rico falls to his death and Ferguson must work through the night going over everything to build the case anew. Humphrey Bogart makes this film, and if you like him, you'll love this. Slightly abridged, Mint print on 4x400' plastic reels in metal cans - $189
  • MOTHER RILEY MEETS THE VAMPIRE (VAMPIRE OVER LONDON) - British, 1952. Starring Bela Lugosi and Arthur Lucan. The mysterious figure known as the Vampire comes to England to complete experiments in his mad bid to gain control of the world. When the radar-controlled Robot which he had ordered shipped to him is delivered instead to Mother Riley, the Vampire, through radar control, has the Robot transport itself as well as Mother Riley to the proper destination...as the old lady goes into a whirl of side-splitting action in a determined effort to frustrate the plans of the sinister Vampire. Slightly abridged, Mint condition on 3x400' reels in metal cans - $149
  • OH, MR. PORTER! - British MGM, 1937. Starring Will Hay, Moore Marriott and Graham Moffatt. With the help of a relative, a hopeless railway employee is made stationmaster of Buggleskelly. Determined to make his mark, he devises a number of schemes to put Buggleskelly on the railway map, but instead falls foul of a gang of gun runners. An absolutely classic comedy on every frontier, the chemistry between the three leads is perfect, with each actor pulling his own weight to deliver in this comedy gem that has often been hailed as one of the best British comedies of all time. Mint condition Walton print on 4x400' reels in metal cans - $169
  • ASK A POLICEMAN - British MGM, 1939. Starring Will Hay, Moore Marriott and Graham Moffatt. The mirthful adventures of Police-Sergeant Samuel Dudfoot and his two constables, Albert Brown and Jeremiah Harbottle, who stage a fabricated crime-wave to save their jobs and then find themselves involved in the real thing. Mint condition Walton print on 4x400' reels in metal cans - $169
  • MAN EATER OF KUMAON - Republic Pictures, 1948. This jungle adventure in India stars Sabu, Joanne Page and Wendell Corey. A doctor hunts a vicious, man-eating tiger that terrorizes a native jungle village. In time the doctor experiences a personal change when he accepts their native customs and beliefs. Well staged attacks on humans and animals, and a sensational sequence when the tiger fights a crocodile, are very exciting and beautifully photographed. Includes Castle Films short TERROR OF THE JUNGLE at the end of reel four. Mint condition Walton Films print on 4x400' reels in the OB's - $159
     
    Another print, Very Good used condition on 4x400' reels in metal cans - $79
  • WHIRLPOOL - Fox, 1949. Starring Gene Tierney, Richard Conte, Jose Ferrer and Charles Bickford. A woman secretly suffering from kleptomania is hypnotized in an effort to cure her condition. Soon afterwards, she is found at the scene of a murder with no memory of how she got there and seemingly no way to prove her innocence. Walton Films abridged feature on 2x400' reels in metal cans, Near Mint - $79
  • BUCKSKIN FRONTIER (THE IRON HORSE) - United Artists, 1943. Starring Richard Dix, Jane Wyatt and Lee J. Cobb. Dix makes an affable good guy as he tries to get a railroad built that Victor Jory wants to sabotage for selfish reasons. Cobb's the wild card whose freight-haulers also want to sabotage Dix. In fact, the plot's a rather interesting mix of shifting alliances, along with a fine cast of movie veterans and up-and-comers like Wyatt and Cobb. Walton Films abridgement on 2x400' reels in metal cans. Near Mint - $79
  • REIGN OF TERROR - Eagle-Lion Pictures, 1943. Starring Bob Cummings, Richard Basehart and Arlene Dahl. Robespierre, a powerful figure in the French Revolution and the subsequent Reign of Terror, is desperately looking for his black book, a death list of those marked by him for the guillotine and a key to help him eventually emerge as the country's dictator. He hopes his agents will recover it, but, if it falls in to the wrong hands, it would mean his political ruin and death. This is a masterpiece, far more intriguing and suspenseful than most epic films dealing with the same subject. The film noir quality and acting are superb. Like New print on 5x400' reels in cans - $189
  • ROAD TO MOROCCO - Paramount, 1942. Stars Bing Crosby, Bob Hope, Dorothy Lamour and Anthony Quinn. Two carefree castaways on a desert shore find an Arabian Nights city, where they compete for the luscious Princess Shalmar. Some of the most memorable scenes from any of the "Road" films occur in "Road to Morocco". Like New on 5x400' reels in metal cans - $169
  • HISTORY IS MADE AT NIGHT - Walter Wanger Productions, 1937. Starring Charles Boyer, Jean Arthur, Leo Carrillo and Colin Clive. A wealthy divorcĂ©e falls for a charming Parisian, but her insanely jealous ex-husband will do anything to get her back. Charles Boyer has never been more charming and Jean Arthur never more beautiful as impromptu lovers Paul and Irene. Colin Clive is brilliant as Irene's madly jealous and obsessive husband Bruce, who unwittingly brings the two lovers together and follows desperate measures to keep them apart. Boyer's and Arthur's tender love scenes make this film one of the greatest unsung screen romances. Slightly abridged Like New Walton Films print on 4x400' reels - $139
  • SUNDOWN - Walter Wanger Productions, 1941. Starring Gene Tierney, Bruce Cabot and George Saunders. Englishmen fighting Nazis in Africa discover an exotic mystery woman living among the natives and enlist her aid in overcoming the Germans.  Interesting settings and a good cast contribute significantly to this solid drama about intrigue in the desert during the Second World War. In features Gene Tierney in a role that makes particularly good use of her elegant beauty. Slightly abridged Walton Films print, Mint condition on 4x400' reels in cans - $139
  • DARK WATERS - United Artists, 1944. Stars Merle Oberon, Franchot Tone and Thomas Mitchell. Film-noir drama of a woman that returns to the USA after a German u-boat sank her ship, and finds out that someone wants to kill her for her inheritance. This independent film released by United Artists veers right down the middle between Gothic horror and noir. Slightly abridged Walton Films print, Mint condition on 4x400' reels in cans - $139
  • MEETING AT MIDNIGHT (BLACK MAGIC) - Monogram Pictures, 1944. Stars Sidney Toler and Mantan Moreland. Charlie postpones his trip home to Honolulu to help with the investigation of murder involving number one daughter (Frances Chan) and Birminghaman, an easily spooked chauffeur. Great quality print on 4x400' reels - $119
  • FRANKENSTEIN'S DAUGHTER - Screencraft Studios, 1958. Stars John Ashley, Sandra Knight and Donald Murphy. Dr. Frankenstein's insane grandson attempts to create horrible monsters in modern day Los Angeles. Near Mint Entertainment Films abridged version, about 700' on 2x400' reels in cans - $69
  • MAN ON THE EIFFEL TOWER - France, 1950. Starring Charles laughton, Franchot Tone, Burgess Meredith and Jean Wallace. French police inspector Maigret investigates the murder of a rich Paris widow and ends up chasing the killer up the Eiffel Tower's girders.  Originally made in color, this is a black and white print. Like New Walton Films abridegment on 4x400' reels in the OBs - $99
  • THE TIGER AND THE FLAME - India, 1953. A sweeping historical epic made in India by Indian filmmakers with some help from the West, including noted Hollywood cinematographer Ernest Haller (Gone With The Wind). Originally made in Technicolor, this is a black and white print on 6x400' reels - $99
  • THE BLACK PIRATE - 1926. Starring Dougles Fairbanks. Music and Sound Effects Added. Excellent used Blackhawk print on 4x400' reels - $89
  • SWISS MISS - 1938,  Laurel and Hardy, Walter Woolf King, Grete Natzler, Eric Blore. Stanley and Oliver are mousetrap salesmen hoping to strike it rich in Switzerland, but get swindled out of all their money by a cheesemaker is this musical comedy. Excellent+ condition on 4x400' reels in the OB - $99
  • SAPS AT SEA - 1939, Laurel & Hardy. After working in the noisy horn factory, just the sound of one drive Oliver into a violent fit. Dr. Finlayson prescribes a long, restful sea voyage, so Stan and Oliver rent a boat and set sail, unaware that escaped killer Nick Grainger has stowed away onboard. Like New on 3x400' reels - $69
  • A CHUMP AT OXFORD - 1938, Laurel and Hardy. This is the American featurette release. Excellent+ Blackhawk print on 2x400' reels in the OB - $49
  • SONS OF THE DESERT - 1934 Laurel and Hardy comedy with Charley Chase and Mae Busch. So that he and Stan can sneak away to Chicago and attend the annual "Sons of the Desert" lodge convention, Ollie pretends to be sick, and gets a doctor (who turns out to be a veterinarian) to prescribe a long ocean voyage to Hawaii. Considered to be their best feature. Near Mint Blackhawk print on 4x400' reels in a worn OB - $99
  • WAY OUT WEST - 1937, Stan Laurel & Oliver Hardy, James Finlayson and Rosina Lawrence. Stan and Ollie are charged with delivering the deed to a valuable gold mine to the daughter of a dead prospector. However they reckon without the machinations of her evil guardian Mickey Finn who is determined to have the gold mine for himself and his saloon singer wife Lola. Like New on 4x400' reels in the OB - $99
  • PARDON US - 1931 Stan Laurel & Oliver Hardy comedy with Walter Long and James Finlayson. Laurel and Hardy are shopping for ingredients for their next get rich scheme making and selling liquor during prohibition. Of course when Laurel sells a bottle of beer to a policeman, there is only ever going to be one outcome and the two finds themselves on the way to the big house. Like New print on a 600' and a 400' reel - $89
  • PACK UP YOUR TROUBLES - 1932 Stan Laurel & Oliver Hardy comedy with James Finlayson. The boys' Army buddy, Eddie Smith, is killed in the trenches in France, leaving his baby girl an orphan. Back home after Armistice, they try to find Eddie's father and turn the child over to him. Unfortunately, they keep coming up with the wrong Smiths, and in the process disrupt a wedding by proclaiming the baby to be the groom's child. Like New on a 600' and a 400' reel - $89
   

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