About a year ago, I purchased a 35mm trailer for Godzilla 2000 on ebay. I bought it hoping it would be able to be scanned, but I could not find an economical way for that to happen. Additionally, a few months ago I bought a 35mm trailer for Godzilla vs. Megalon, from 1976 (the movie was made in 1973 but was released in the U.S. in 1976). I have not been able to find a scanning service, and I doubt they would scan trailers for movies. I would like some help in regards to getting these trailers scanned. They’re both in good shape, GvM trailer is a red faded, but both are in good shape physically. Any help on getting them scanned or if someone can scan them in good quality, that would be very much appreciated. Thanks!
If someone could PM me pointing me in the right direction I’d love them forever.
It’s on his Tumblr page under “downloads”. No PM necessary. Link to his tumblr here:
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Hello. About a year or so ago, I bought a 35mm print of a trailer for Godzilla: 2000. Since then, I have added many 35mm Godzilla reels to my collection, and I would like to get them scanned in HD. I don’t have a 35mm motion picture film scanner, so I couldn’t do it by myself. I also have a 35mm trailer for Godzilla vs. Megalon (1973). If anyone knows of a person that can scan the trailers in HD, that would be great!