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So Mike, how were you going to put these onto DVD? Please detail, either on-list or off because like 
I said I have one all digitized but still not positive how best to put it together (format, etc).

-- Tom Fine

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From: "Mike Richter" <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: Saturday, April 07, 2007 1:44 AM
Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] Slides and inconvenient media


> Roger and Allison Kulp wrote:
>> There are also some fun film strip records made for school use in the 60s.I have a cool one on 
>> The Solar System,by none other than Ken Nordine.
>
> Since there's a current thread here on the Met, it may be worth mentioning that they used to lend 
> filmstrips of opera to schools. A few years ago, they decided to clean them out and offered them 
> without charge. They replied to my note that they had rights only for use as filmstrips and that 
> they were giving them away only to teachers.
>
> While I did not qualify, I had managed to obtain a half dozen with the idea of CD-ROM slide shows 
> with recordings - not for distribution since rights would be unobtainable, but as a demonstration. 
> Unfortunately, the filmstrips had been mishandled so badly that I abandoned the project.
>
> Whether there are archival copies somewhere, I cannot guess. Since these were of productions 
> otherwise unrecorded visually, I hope they're protected - but I'm not prepared to make bets.
>
> Mike
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