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> On Jan 19, 16:41, drom at duart.com wrote:
> } Subject: [TIG] THE GOOD OLD DAYS
> > tatt----- rip! You would turn around, smile at the client and say excuse me 
> > as you run into the other room to clean up the mess. Those were the good 
> > old days.
> I remember well glimpsing Dom rolling his eyes as I walked past the
> telecine room at Unitel.  What we learned about client relations,
> diplomacy and sleight-of-hand would serve us well later... 
> My first telecine sessions were as 'vacation relief' for the colorist
> at Unitel, when I worked with David Geisler on that same chain Dom
> describes-- David threading and setting up while I did the color
> correction.  Recorded on an RCA TR600 quad.  (Dom, whom did I
> relieve-- was it Jack Baierlein, Larry Siegal, or ?)
> --Rob Lingelbach

So I should consider myself lucky that out of the hundreds of hours 
of film you transferred for me at Unitel whilst I was at Showtime not 
a frame was cinched let alone torn?  Ahh, I miss 57th Street at 
3AM.  :-))

Alan B. Rosenfeld
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