High School Pep Rally Riley High Fort Wayne Indiana 1930’s

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About this film

This is an 8mm black & white home movie film.  It was taken at a pep rally at Riley High School in Fort Wayne Indiana.  The film starts with a car with speakers on the roof.  Then, a game part football and part basketball are played on the field while the cheerleaders dance on the sidelines.  The camera pans to the students and facility who watch the activities.  At the end of the footage, the marching band led by the majorettes marches around the track on the outer edge of the field.

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	Paul Denno
Paul Denno
Quick Setup and Great Results
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I bought this to scan a trove of old family movies and it works great. It is easy to set up and operate and stores the files onto an SD card so you can quickly transfer files to your PC. If you have more than 10 films to scan this is definitely going to be cheaper than paying for someone to do it for you, and you'll have the results quickly (about 30 minutes scan time per standard roll of Super 8).
John Avery
John Avery
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William D.
William D.
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