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By Ray Pride Pride@moviecitynews.com

Joseph O. Holmes’ “A tribute to the projection booth” (12’02”)


One Response to “Joseph O. Holmes’ “A tribute to the projection booth” (12’02”)”

  1. Tom Wyse says:

    A very well done rendition of life in the booth. Several scenes I’ve personally experienced, some more than once. Thankfully, I’ve never had neither the need nor desire to reach into an operating carbon arc lamp.

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