It wasn't me who heard it. My stepfather's favorite movie but not mine. In fact, I never need to see it again! :-)
I was just making a quip. No memory of it at all.
On Mar 12, 2015, at 8:00 PM, Ellis Burman wrote:
> Hi Lou. I just listened to the section you mentioned. There is music
> playing when he says "Damn". Actually, he says it four times, so maybe
> you're memory is a bit foggy? - Lord knows mine is! :-) The music would
> mask any pre-echo if it were there. The music stops after he says the last
> "Damn" but there is no audible post echo at all. Maybe the source you
> heard was made from a dupe.
> There is some post echo audible about a minute earlier though, when he
> yells "Mother!". The echo is faintly audible just before he yells it
> again. That spot is only a few feet from the beginning of a reel join, and
> I think these were heads out (mags are almost always stored heads), so it
> would have been at the core, so maybe there is truth in what Tom said about
> the tighter pack near the center exacerbating it.
> On Thu, Mar 12, 2015 at 6:53 PM, Lou Judson <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>> This is cool! Please report back.
>> In the meantime, I have just one word:
>> Sorry. Couldn't resist...
>> On Mar 12, 2015, at 6:23 PM, Ellis Burman <[log in to unmask]>
>>> That is the part I don't understand. Why would it propagate outwards
>>> easily than inwards? It's the same distance either way.
>>> We just restored "My Fair Lady" about a year ago from the original master
>>> 6-track mag. It did have print through throughout, though I think we
>>> able to fix a lot of it. I'll have to check out the section Michael
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