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  • As for film on himself, Brunell joked that they would've needed a projector and 8-mm film to show his clips because of how old they were.

    Brunell's Latest Task: Being Tebow

  • The kitchen/dining floor is made of 8-mm steel sheet, heated by a floor heating of copper pipes, warming up the body skin.

    Body House by Monolab Architects

  • BUENOS AIRES, Argentina -- A Spanish collector plans to auction what he claims is a newly discovered 8-mm version of a film purportedly showing Marilyn Monroe having sex when she was still an underage actress known as Norma Jean Baker.

    Marilyn Monroe Porn Film? Alleged Sex Film Up For Auction

  • He said that in the 1940s, sex films were often made using side-by-side 16-mm and 8-mm cameras, since audiences used both formats.

    Marilyn Monroe Porn Film? Alleged Sex Film Up For Auction

  • Not only are R5870/R5850 Twin Frozr II equipped with military class components where it matters the most, the new models have also adopted a powerful cooling device designed for Twin Frozr II – dual 8-cm PWM fans and dual 8-mm SuperPipe technology for an even more outstanding thermal design, all the while maintaining low-noise performance during operation.

    Gaming - Fareastgizmos.com

  • Whether shooting footage of Jutta in a bathing suit, sipping coffee, or reading a book, his 8-mm films glow with the strength and optimism of young people in love.

    George Heymont: Three Women: Profiles in Courage

  • What makes Wasson's documentary so touching is that Helmuth was an amateur filmmaker whose 8-mm home movies (including footage from the German home front) survived Germany's destruction under Hitler's rule.

    George Heymont: Three Women: Profiles in Courage

  • You had seen exactly one movie of his — a ten-minute, super 8-mm. “western” shot on a dusty hillside.

    On Location

  • A kid who woke up howling in terror from nightmares and started at 12 making 8-mm movies about Christmas trees that turn into monsters.

    The Disembodied Director

  • The cottage industry that sprang up within a day of Kennedy's assassination (when Time-Life bought Mr. Zapruder's 8-mm film for $150,000) now encompasses more than 2,000 book titles, a half-dozen newsletters (The Grassy Knoll Gazette), several computer networks, Oliver Stone's "JFK" and this issue of NEWSWEEK. But the consumers in question aren't exactly Trekkies or Elvis-sighters.

    True Disbelievers

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