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Contact Skip Elsheimer of A/V Geeks LLC:
skip@avgeeks.com
A/V Geeks LLC
714 Tyler Rd
Raleigh NC 27604
919-247-7752

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10 thoughts on “Contact Us

  1. I’m looking for an educational film I made in about 1964, titled “Rainshower.” I’d like to find a digital version or a good (not faded) print. It has no words except for the pre-title intro. Made by Dimension Films, originally distributed by Churchill Films. Any thoughts? THANKS.

  2. I have a old Castle Films Weegee’s Camera Magic. What can I sell it for?

  3. Bruce W.Coburn

    Do you have all 9 prints of the Michigan bell science series available on dvd?? if so how much for all 9 ??

  4. Could you be on the lookout for the series Bread and Butterflies? That one was produced by the Agency for Instructional Television from 1974-1975. It was very similar to Inside OUT.

  5. Bryan Marchese

    Afternoon,
    I’m looking for an old psa from Canada, I believe, that was a cautionary tale about the pitfalls of revenge. The boy in it used to collect golf balls from ponds to buy some new cowboy boots but some bullies took over his turf and tossed his boots in the pond which caused him to wreak havoc on their car and pretty much armageddon for everyone involved. I can’t seem to remember the title or if you have it on one of your collections. Any info would be great.

  6. I’m looking for a copy of, OR at least the name of, a B&W short about Aptitude Testing for Job Placement. I think it was from just before or maybe during WWII.

    It follows 3 job applicants through being tested and then getting jobs based on their abilities and jobs they are best suited for. One guy winds up doing mechanical work, one gets a job in QA/QC type work and the third was in the Time Keeping or Bookkeeping Office I think.

    I could be a 65% to 80% in the right era and areas of jobs found on this. I’m thinking this was either a U.S. Labor and CA flick, or just CA. It certainly ‘looks’ like CA to me [in my memory anyway].

    thanks,
    from Steve in the Tie Dyed Shirts

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