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fleggett

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#435413
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Idea & Request: Kiki's Delivery Service Streamline/Carl Macek English dub
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I'm probably going to get in heaps of (technical) trouble for this, but I also have the box set.  I actually completely forgot that it came with several of the Streamline dubs as the second audio track.  Be warned that the Streamline track is in mono.

The only way I have to capture the audio is to run it to my DVD-recorder.  I'll have to double-check, but I think I'm running optical out to the recorder (if that makes any difference).

Probably not the best solution, but there you have it.  Oh, my LD player is a CLD-R7G.  A thing of beauty.

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#377284
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Help Wanted: SLIPSTREAM image request - AND WIDESCREEN preservation request (Sky Movies subscribers see posts 4 onwards)...
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Mielr said:
fleggett said:

There was an absolutely beautiful painting commissioned for Slipstream that would be terrific to track down.  I recall it being printed as a two-page spread in a magazine like Starlog or Future.  At the time, I remember it being one of the most stunning pieces of artwork I had ever seen.

 

Was it like this image?

http://img254.imageshack.us/img254/8365/01741jg4.jpg

Similar, of two planes/aircraft flying through a canyon, but I remember the action being right-to-left instead of left-to-right or head-on.  The Japanese ticket that was posted in here conveys a better representation of what I remember, but that still isn't it.

Unfortunately, at one point, I had the issue of Starlog or Future in which it was printed, but got rid of my collection some years ago.  It also could've been in Omni.

This is one of those memories in which the impact of the emotion remains strong, but not the actual imagery.  Very maddening, in a way.

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#376416
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Help Wanted: SLIPSTREAM image request - AND WIDESCREEN preservation request (Sky Movies subscribers see posts 4 onwards)...
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There was an absolutely beautiful painting commissioned for Slipstream that would be terrific to track down.  I recall it being printed as a two-page spread in a magazine like Starlog or Future.  At the time, I remember it being one of the most stunning pieces of artwork I had ever seen.