All images are from my collection

patheorama.jpg

Box containing slide strips (some of them stencil-colored), film is 28 mm wide,
early 1900s.

filmband.jpg

Tin for 35 mm filmloop for toy projector, ca. 1900

kodaplay.jpg

Box for small reel of 16 mm film for toy projector, twenties or thirties.

pathescope.jpg

Box containing 9 1/2 mm cartoon, was sold with British Bingoscope 1932.

ozaphan.jpg

Ozaphan was a paper film used during the war. These can't be played
on modern projectors, only on old toy projectors.

bell.jpg

These aren't movies, but comics photographed on 16 mm film.
Some of the projectors were disguised as toy pistols, so that naughty boys could
enjoy the forbidden fruit at night without their parents knowing (ca.1960).

cinette1.jpg

Box for Belgian Cinette projector, from the fifties.

cinette2.jpg

Folder showing the very short 16 mm films available for the Cinette.

cinette3.jpg

Later Cinette model for 8 mm films, ad from Kuifje magazine 1967.

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