This copy of had been acquired from a private collector in 1987.Prior to my inspection the available description was largely based on the physical elements of the film, with no precise information about age or content.held in the New Zealand Film Archive (NZFA), Wellington, is an original, first generation tinted nitrate positive print dating from the initial March 1928 Australian and New Zealand release of the film by the Australasian company Cinema Art Pictures, local distributor of UFA film.Though the New Zealand print is based in part on the United States version edited by Channing Pollock and released by Paramount (Parufamet) in March 1927, 3 months after the German premiere, it was in fact compiled by UFA in Germany and based on the version prepared for the British market during 1927.One negative was used to produce Fritz Lang’s 13,701 ft (4189 metres) version which premiered in Berlin on 10 January 1927.A second negative was sent to the United States at the end of 1926 and edited by local playwright Channing Pollock.Mimaki JV33 160/130/260, JV34-260, JV5-320DS, Textile Jet TX400-1800D, TS5-1600AMF.- Informationen zum Thema printcom printcountry com printcomm printcoupons com printco graphics printconductor print coupons printcontrol dll printcolor inc.
It is also a near identical copy to the print held by the National Film and Sound Archive, Canberra, though possibly with some additional elements.
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