Phil Winkler wrote:Isn't Schoolhouse Cave the subject of all of Tom Culverwell's wonderful drawings?
jharman2 wrote:I have a copy of the SHC video on VHS. I'm not sure if there are any copyrights on it. If not, I would be glad to get it converted to digital format.
Bruce Kirchner wrote:Are you sure we're on the same page about the movie? One scene shows someone body-rappelling and reaching the bottom "up in smoke."
Bruce Kirchner wrote:In the '60s there was a B&W movie made about the descent of Schoolhouse cave (don't know if it was 8mm or 16mm). I remember seeing this at a Pittsburgh Grotto meeting some time around 1967-68. I would like to know if the Schoolhouse movie still exists and if there are any plans to put this onto DVD, or any other 'shareable' format.
gdstorrick wrote:AIRC it was 1956. Roswell Jones converted it to DVD but never finished the titles. I know that he had two of the three film copies and that they were in bad shape. I've been trying to get a copy from him for years. This is a priceless treasure that I would hate to see lost, but right now I am afraid that it will be.
I have a friend who can digitize it but if Dave has more experience I can send it to him. I would actually like to get some DVD copies and give them to the Schoolhouse landowners.
Alex Sproul wrote:I have a friend who can digitize it but if Dave has more experience I can send it to him. I would actually like to get some DVD copies and give them to the Schoolhouse landowners.
By all means, send it to Dave. That's the shortest distance between two points. Dave can digitize the tape, and create a DVD with an explanatory front end and imprinted as a Library title, saving multiple steps along the way. He'll be happy to provide copies for you and the landowners.
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