Found film is fun. I've had great luck with old B&W film, usually Verichrome Pan or Verichrome. Color is rarely as lucky. I lucked out recently however with a roll of Woolworth's branded Ultra-Color 110 in an Argus Pocket Carefree. I bought a lot of stuff, thinking it was two 126 Instamatic cameras and some 126 B&W film but one 126 camera was broken and the other one was a 110 camera, the Argus. It had a finished roll of film in it. I developed it on a lark last month and the images were quite faded so I didn't bother scanning it until today. Astonishingly it contains an image of hanna barbera land which was only open 1984-1985 so this dates the film quite precisely though I'm not sure if some shots are older than those. The film is from Canada but the park was in Texas so must have been a vacation.
Pretty good for 25 year latent color images! Processed in JOBO Press Kit chems at 36C for 6:00, blix for 8:00:
hanna barbera land 1984-1985 edit by Harry Pulley, on Flickr
Smurfs! edit by Harry Pulley, on Flickr
Girls and '80s cars edit by Harry Pulley, on Flickr
Siblings? Friends? edit by Harry Pulley, on Flickr
Girls 3 edit by Harry Pulley, on Flickr