Phil's Vintage 8mm & 16mm Films, Projectors & Collectibles


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Vintage 8 millimeter Movie Films For showing On Standard / Regular 8 mm Movie Projectors Only.

STANDARD 8MM
SOUND & SILENT

CARTOONS - SHORT SUBJECTS - FEATURES

8MM SILENT SHORT SUBJECTS

8MM CASTLE FILMS

8MM BLACKHAWK FILMS

8MM SILENT FEATURES

8MM SOUND SHORT SUBJECTS

8MM SOUND FEATURES

Updated November 25, 2014

8mm was introduced in 1932 as an amateur format based on the 16mm format. It is one half as high and wide as the 16mm format. It features sprocket holes on one side of the frame. 8mm camera film is still being manufactured on a limited basis. 8mm commercial subjects like the ones listed on these pages are no longer being made.

The links above and below will take you to lists of standard 8mm silent and sound films that were available on the home movie market from the 1930's to the 1960's by companies like Castle Films, Official Films, Hollywood Films, Pictoreels, Regent, Blackhawk Films, Ken Films, Associated Artists Productions, Americom, Atlas, Carnival and many others. There are many pages and lots of images.

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Click The Image Above If You Need An 8mm Projector To Show These Films

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8MM SILENT SHORT SUBJECTS

8MM CASTLE FILMS

8MM BLACKHAWK FILMS

8MM SILENT FEATURES

8MM SOUND SHORT SUBJECTS

8MM SOUND FEATURES

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