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    Quote Originally Posted by WolfTales View Post
    Wow - incredible - so the crystal actually turns into a metal by the sheer proximity of the laticework of neighboring atoms with higher energy orbits - and then that gets amplified by the developer...
    It's definitely more sexy than a pixel being turned on or off, and most of us find more enjoyable or we wouldn't be here

    The pleasure is in craft not just technology, some how film feels more creative.

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    Ian the link I believe you are talking about is here:

    http://www.apug.org/forums/forum205/...film-made.html

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    That's the same film I posted a link to, it's in more than one thread, and Marco & others have deliberately put it on more than one site to keep their bandwidths down.

    But I'm talking about a 1940 film in English called "The Alchemist in Hollywood" I saved it to my hard disk, (just checked it), and it's well worth watching. Sorry I've no idea where I downloaded it from.

    Go find it because it really is a good film & well put together.

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    The Alchemist in Hollywood is in 2 or 3 parts as well. It is well worth watching.

    All of these films appear to date from the 40s.

    PE

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    Found the Alchemist in Hollywood here, according to the site it is in public domain. It is definitely worth watching, amazing...

    Part 1:
    http://www.archive.org/details/Alchemis1940

    Part 2:
    http://www.archive.org/details/Alchemis1940_2

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