Don’t Hang Up (1974)

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Directed by: S.F. Brownrigg

Stars: Susan Bracken, Larry O’Dwyer, Gene Ross

Language: English | Subtitles: English (embed)

Country: Usa | Imdb Info | Ar: 16:9 | Brrip

Description: a dutiful grand-daughter goes home to take care of her elderly grandmother. Once there, she finds herself trapped inside the house with a homicidal maniac.

Preview
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4.43GB | 85:28mins | 1278×720 | mkv | English | Sub: English
https://tezfiles.com/file/84c4025fa265d/Dont.Hang.Up.1974.mkv

 

—-bluray extras—-

Deleted Scenes
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1.12GB | 5:58mins | 1920×1080 | mkv | English
https://tezfiles.com/file/631cda27651df/DHUp.Deleted.Scenes.mkv

Production Script
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244MB | 2:46mins | 1920×1080 | mkv | English
https://tezfiles.com/file/23a8287d03bf2/Dhup.Production.Script.mkv

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4 Responses to Don’t Hang Up (1974)

  1. 6102grover says:

    Thanks for sharing.

  2. jg says:

    I happen to have the original A-B camera rolls for this movie
    -Ektachrome

    • ray says:

      No. Ektachrome is a projection contrast stock, you cannot make prints out of it. There are no such things as A B camera rolls.

      The A B refers to a negative that’s been cut to make an intermediate or interneg such as 5272 or 5242, it’s a negative cut.

      Ektachrome is reversal film, it’s not a negative, all prints wheter contact or opticals would gain a terrible amount of contrast.

      What you probably have is ECO, Eastman color original, it’s a lot con positive.

      If you put your rolls on rewinds over a light table you’ll see a difference, run the two rolls with a gang synchronizer and simply look at the checker board, if it’s black lear and postive contrast image, then it serves no purpose (other than collecting).

      All films are archives on Pan master, it’s a panchromatic black and white intermediate, they make a record or Red Green Blue and the three stripst are combined for the last step.

      Ray. Technicolor Tech 40 years experience

    • Rowan says:

      It’s a blow up from 16mm to 35mm

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