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


Feature Condensations, Castle Films, Trailers, Comedy Films, Classic TV, Westerns & much more.

Updated October 18, 2020

Like New to Near Mint condition, black & white, on 400' reel unless noted. OB indicates the film is in it's original box. A number in brackets ( ) after a title indicates if I have more than one copy of that title. Lots of images here so give it time to feed in.
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All on 400' reels unless noted

  • BRATS - 1930 Laurel & Hardy comedy. Excellent used condition Walton Films print with all Film Classics titles. 400' in the OB - $29

  • THE MUSIC BOX - 1932 Laurel & Hardy comedy. Mint Walton Films print with all Film Classics titles. Abridged 400' version in the OB - $29

  •  HONEYMOON BRIDGE (2) - 1935 Leon Errol Columbia comedy. His wife's obsession with playing bridge is starting to drive Leon crazy. 400', Near Mint in OB - $29
    Also one Excellent+ print in a white box - $24

  • KID'N' AFRICA - 1933 "Baby Burlesk" comedy series. An excellent quality Niles print with all original titles. 200', Near Mint in the OB - $29

  • IT ALWAYS HAPPENS (2) - 1935 Columbia Pictures comedy starring Andy Clyde. While on a business trip, Andy accidentially gets into a compromising position with the wife of a client. 400', Mint in the OB - $49

  • A BUNDLE OF BLISS - 1940 Columbia Pictures comedy starring Andy Clyde. Andy has the mistaken impression that his wife is pregnant. 400', Mint in the OB - $49

  • IN THE DOG HOUSE - 1934 Columbia comedy starring Andy Clyde. Andy remarries, but his new wife has no use for either his son or his dog. 400', Mint in the OB - $49

  • ALIMONY ACHES - 1935 Columbia comedy starring Andy Clyde. Andy has gotten married for the second time and is enjoying his honeymoon. Meanwhile, his first bride, played by the dependable comedienne Vivien Oakland. has also gotten married but thinks she can collect alimony anyway by showing up with her obnoxious son, played by Tommy Bonds. 400', Mint in the OB - $49

  • RATTLING ROMEO - Columbia 1939 Charley Chase comedy. Charley buys a wreck of an automobile that's been made to appear new by a disreputable used car dealer, but he soon realizes it's literally falling apart. He stops payment, and then must dodge repossesors as well.400', Mint in the OB - $49

  • Bing Crosby Musical Comedies - Classic Mack Sennett comedies from the 1930's that gave Bing Crosby his start in the movies. Mint Niles Films prints, 400' in the OB: BLUE OF THE NIGHT, I SURRENDER DEAR (2) - $29 each



  • THE AMOS & ANDY SHOW - 1953 episode "The Convention". Kingfish, his lodge brothers and Sapphire's auxiliary attend a convention. When they arrive Kingfish gives his money to a man claiming to be from the Protection Committee. Later, when he goes to get his money the man and his money are gone. Mint Red Fox Films print on 2x400' reels - $59

  • THE LOAN RANGER - 1953 episode "The Ghost of Coyote Canyon". A gang of thieves has convinced the people of Crooked Fork that a nearby canyon, which they're using for a hideout, is haunted by ghosts. The Lone Ranger and Tonto must prove to the townspeople that they're wrong, and bring the gang to justice. Stars John Hart and Jay Silverheels. Mint Red Fox Film's print on 2x400' reels - $49

  • SKY KING - 1959 TV series starring Kirby Grant. An action packed episode "Runaway Truck". Sky learns that a neighbor, driving a truck full of children back from a picnic has accidentally taken an overdose of sleeping pills. Sky uses his plane "The Songbird" to locate the truck and stop it. Directed by legendary Republic western and serial director William Witney.  Mint Blackhawk print on 2x400' reels in the OB - $49

  • THE NIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS - A live-action visualization of the poem, blended with animation. A narrator says the opening of the classic poem while we see the house at rest. Santa lands on the roof, comes down the chimney, magically decorates the tree and sets out the presents as the children sleep. Excellent Niles Films print of the 1946 Castle Films release, in the OB  - $24

  • GOLD DIGGERS OF 1935 - Dick Powell and Gloria Stuart. Condensed version, approximately 35 minutes long, of the feature film. On New Bonum 800' reel in case, but can be put on 2x400' reels if required. Derann digest in Near Mint condition - $99
  • GOLD DIGGERS OF 1933 - Dick Powell, Ruby Keeler and Joan Blondell. While the story is secondary to Berkeley's numbers, the movie's premise is about four chorus girls trying to find work during the height of the depression. Condensed version, approximately 35 minutes long, of the feature film. On 2x400' reels in a storage case. Derann digest in Excellent used condition with some wear - $59
  • 42ND STREET - Starring Dick Powell and Ruby Keeler. Perhaps the greatest musical of them all, this lively Warner Bros film boats a great cast and music and served as the prototype plot for scores of other films. Condensed version, approximately 35 minutes long, of the feature film. On 2x400' reels in a storage case. Derann digest in Very Good used condition, some scratches - $59
  • SOS COAST GUARD - Chapter 1, "Disaster At Sea", of this 1937 Republic Pictures serial. Mint Thunderbird Films print, 400' in the OB - $39
  • BROKEN ARROW - Theatrical "Coming Soon" trailer for the 1996 feature starring John Travolta. Like New AGFA Color Cinemascope (Anamorphic) print - $29

  • THE VIGILANTE - 1947 Columbia serial starring Ralph Byrd, well known for his central role in the Dick Tracy serials. This was was the 33rd serial released by Columbia Pictures. It was based on the comic book cowboy, who first appeared in Action Comics better known as DC comics. The Vigilante, a masked government agent, is assigned to investigate the case of the "100 Tears of Blood", a cursed string of rare blood red pearls sought by a gang led by the unknown X-1 that may have been smuggled into the country. Each chapter a full 400'. Not in boxes. The following chapters are avialable: 2,3,4,7,8,9,12,13 - All in Near Mint condition - $29 for each chapter

  • BANGER BOYS - British demolition derby. Decorating old cars to be destroyed and smashed to a standstill. Mint 1960's Walton Films beautiful Fuji Color print in the OB, about 250' on a 400' reel - $39

  • SHAW'S PYGMALION - 1938. Excerpt from the feature "Pygmailon" by George Bernard Shaw. Stars Leslie Howard and Wendy Hiller. The snobbish & intellectual Professor of languages, Henry Higgins makes a bet with his friend that he can take a London flower seller, Eliza Doolittle, from the gutters and pass her off as a society lady. However he discovers that this involves dealing with a human being with ideas of her own. Excellent+ condition, 400' - $39

  • STEREO SOUND TRAILERS - Extra long trailers for the following classic films:
    Excellent+ to Like New
    Eastman Color prints with reddish but still some nice color. For two-track or stereo sound projectors. All four trailers, about 250', on a 400' reel - $59

  • THE CRIMSON CULT - AIP, 1968. Starring Boris Karloff, Christopher Lee and Barbara Steele. When his brother disappears, Robert Manning pays a visit to the remote country house he was last heard from. While his host is outwardly welcoming, and his niece more demonstrably so, Manning detects a feeling of menace in the air with a terrible legend hanging over everything. Highlights reel, 200' Eastman Color faded. Mint in the OB - $29

  • THE PIT AND THE PENDULUM - AIP, 1961. Starring Vincent Price and Barbara Steele. In the sixteenth century, Francis Barnard travels to Spain to clarify the strange circumstances of his sister's death after she had married the son of a cruel Spanish Inquisitor. Highlights reel, 200' Eastman Color faded. Mint in a soiled OB - $29

  • ALL STAR BOND RALLY - Twentieth Century Fox, 1945. Inspirational documentary short film featuring Hollywood stars promoting the sales of War Bonds through songs and skits. Starring Bob Hope, Vivian Blaine, Jeanne Crain, Bing Crosby, Betty Grable, Harry James, Frank Sinatra, Harpo Marx and many more. Mint Niles Films print on a full 400' reel in the OB - $49
  • BUFFALO BILL - Fox, 1944. 400' extract from the feature starring Joel McCrae and Maureen O'Hara. Like New in the OB - $39
  • DUEL OF THE WIZARDS - Extract from the Disney cartoon feature "Sword In The Stone". 200' Mint in shrinkwrap with Spanish soundtrack - $29
  • SOUVENIR TRAVEL FILMS FROM GERMANY - ROTHENBERG / O.T. - With an English soundtrack. Near Mint with Eastman Color reddish. 400' in the OB - $29
  • MR. DEEDS GOES TO TOWN - Columbia Classics Digest Print stars Gary Cooper. Near Mint condition 400' in the OB - $39
  • THE MAN FROM THE DINERS CLUB - Columbia Pictures 200' release from the 1963 Danny Kaye comedy feature. Near Mint, excellent quality print in the Columbia slightly worn OB - $29
  • HOLLYWOOD AND THE STARS, THE GREAT DIRECTORS - Wolper Productions, 1964. Narrated by Joseph Cotten. British print in Excellent+ condition on a full 400' reel - $39
  • ONE WAY OUT - 1955 TV episode of Four Star Playhouse starring Ida Lupino. Diana finally leaves her playboy husband and moves to an apartment in New York. Soon after arriving at her new place, she finds herself locked in with no electricity and very little food. Gradually Diana becomes unhinged which is the goal of the husband and his girlfriend who booby-trapped the place to send her over the edge. Full 400', Mint condition - $39
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  • STAGECOACH - 1951. Starring John Wayne and Claire Trevor. Agroup of people traveling on a stagecoach find their journey complicated by the threat of Geronimo and learn something about each other in the process. Excellent condition Walton Films abridgement on a 400' reel - $399
  • BAR 20 - Walton Films condensed print of the Hopalong cassidy feature "Bar 20 Rides Again". Mint on 2x400' reels in the OB - $59
  • Ken Maynard Westerns - Walton Films 400' digest prints of Ken Maynard westerns. Near Mint in the OB's: DEATH RIDES THE RANGE, THE PHANTOM RIDES THE TRAIL, SECRET ASSIGNMENT, FLAMING LEAD (in square can) - $39 each
  • Thrilling Westerns of Hopalong Cassidy - British company Fletcher Films releases. Like New print, 200' in the decorative plastic OB: THE LOST MINE - $29
  • Ken Maynard Westerns - Walton Films 400' digest prints of Ken Maynard westerns. Near Mint in the OB's: DEATH RIDES THE RANGE, THE PHANTOM RIDES THE TRAIL, SECRET ASSIGNMENT, FLAMING LEAD (in square can) - $39 each
  • GONE WITH THE WIND, THAT'S ENTERTAINMENT 1 AND 2 - Theatrical trailers, Like New condition with Eastman Color reddish on Mylar stock. GWTW has one 5 second spot where the sound goes out then comes back. All 3 MGM trailers on one full to the brim 200' reel - $29
  • THE GLOB FAMILY & THIS IS THE HOUSE THAT JACK BUILT - 1970, Learning Corporation of America. "The Glob Family" is an animated film by Jean-Charles Meubier. An abstract animation about a pair of leucocytes that fall in love and decide to have a little glob family of their own. A witty and bizarre parable of human behavior as told by blobs. "This Is The House That Jack Built" is another simple animated film of the famous nursery rhyme. Both shorts are Eastman Color, Like New condition, about 300' together on a 400' reel. Both are OPTICAL SOUND, so be sure you can run optical sound film - $49
  • EVEL KNIEVEL - Stars George Hamilton as the daredevil. Ken Films 400' digest version. Eastman Color film is reddish, but the film and original box are in Mint condition - $49

  • Columbia, Mountain Films, Ken & MGM Color Feature Digests - All 400', Mint condition. Eastman Color will be reddish:

  • MGM Color Feature Digests - All 200' Eastman Color (probably faded color), Mint in shrinkwrap:
    MOGAMBO, QUO VADIS - $15 each

  • STAR WARS - Very good print with some wear and faded Eastman Color in the Excellent OB, 200' - $24

  • FANTASTIC FOOTBALL FUNNIES - Columbia Pictures 400' Digest of hilarious goofs and foul-ups by the football pros. Near Mint Eastman Color, in the OB - $39


Warner Brothers Robert Youngson Documentaries
While researching and looking for footage for his documentaries, his efforts resulted in the preservation of numerous works from the teens, 20’s and 30’s that would otherwise have been lost. The original prints of early films were of nitrate stock which was degrading quite badly by the 50's and 60’s and much of what he found was too far gone to be saved. Youngson didn’t know this at the time, but there seems little doubt that he is responsible for the fact that many classics survived.
  • A CAVALCADE OF GIRLS - Warner Brothers,1950. Excellent Robert Youngson Vitaphone Novelty documentary of women in the movies starting in 1900. Near Mint, 225' on a full 200' reel - $29
  • DAERDEVIL DAYS - Warner Brothers,1956. Stunts of the "roaring" 1920s are profiled. Excellent Robert Youngson documentary. Near Mint, 225' on a full 200' reel - $29
  • SOME OF THE GREATEST - Warner Brothers, 1955. A fast paced condensation of Don Juan (1926) with John Barrymore at his amourous and swashbuckleing best, and one of the great swordfights of all time. The music is compiled from many Warner Bros. movies and has an entertaining commentary by Dwight Weist. About 225' on a full 200' reel in Near Mint condition - $29
  • I NEVER FORGET A FACE - Warner Brothers,1956. Excellent Robert Youngson documentary features short snippets about well known people. It includes presidential candidate Warren Harding and his front porch campaign in his home town of Marion, Ohio where Al Jolson sang to the crowd; his successor, Calvin Coolidge; William Jennings Bryan at the 1920 Democratic convention where FDR was selected as the Vice Presidential candidate; the visit of the Prince of Wales; the so-called monkey trial that pitted Clarence Darrow against Bryan; Richard Bird as he trained for his flight over the North Pole; and finally George Bernard Shaw on a visit to America. Near Mint on a full 200' reel - $29
  • GADGET'S GALORE - Warner Brothers, 1955. Assembled from dozens of film clips, with voice-over narration, this short film is a humorous "little history of a very big event, the coming of the automobile." It highlights the first few decades of autos and their impact in the U.S. About 225' on a 400' reel in Excellent used condition - $29







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