You mentioned you use 35mm film but didn't mention which camera you use. It might be possible to use some, maybe all, of these lenses on a 35mm body using suitable adapters. I've never used any of those specific lenses so I'm not sure what you can expect from them. If any of them have poor surfaces, ie cleaning marks/scratches, or have haze or fungus then your images may be quite soft and may not be worth the trouble.
All of these lenses will need some focusing mechanism such as a helicoid or bellows to enable infinity focus. I'm not sure it's worth the cost or effort but a cheap bellows might get you a long way down this track and it would probably be a bit of fun and a learning experience. I often use similar lenses on a digital 35mm body but there's no reason you can't do the same on a film body. See http://photocornucopia.com/1027.html for some examples of how to adapt enlarging or similar lenses with a helicoid or bellows. Some of these lenses might be too large to fit any M42 or similar bellows but there are other ways depending on how determined you are. I use a large format camera with a 35mm body at the rear for such difficult to adapt lenses.
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