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Old 11-08-2011, 05:52 AM
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Default Kodachrome in 9.5mm?

I have a 400ft reel of 9.5mm amateur movie, comprising several individual spools spliced together. Some of the subjects look to be from the 1940's or early 50's, although others could possibly be pre-WW2.

Some sections of the reel is in color, which I'd guess is Kodachrome (it doesn't have the Dufaycolor patterning, and the colour has lasted well).

Kodachrome was definitely available in 9.5mm, although a lot of 9.5 film and equipment over the years came from France. Does anyone know whether Kodachrome was manufactured in this size anywhere other than there? And was it processed by any Kodak lab, or did it have to be sent to France (Kodak-Pathe, as the French company was called?).
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