I saw this on YouTube today – BLUE GUSH ( 1993 – Japan ) Deaf comedy short film. ( CC ) YouTube Video Robert Hoskin: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QVCOI1XVNS0 (around 3:29 minutes long).
From the description:
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Very easily apprehend to be a big problem with this 58 feet long fragment found in Japan, not only with the entertainment outing par from the old hand-cranked toy 35mm projecter, is that the moving picture image is very badly shakin’ while screening at the white wall during the Showa-era. The main reason why it is badly designed item with that sprocket holes which is okay BUT the picture isn’t. It showed unstabled motion presentation when projecting it by projector. So I have to obtain the special C2C software to put the motion moving film be stabled without being shaking while running the film at it’s entire run. After cropped and major restoration, the whole fragment looks okay but clearly shows the violently-shaking sprocket holes at either sides of the 35mm film in opposite area. The film probably dated late 1920’s and was animated by Japanese animators as their studios is unknown. Believed to be lost until this fragment only and improved it’s picture clarity at 1080p presentation. Enjoy it !
WARNING :- DO NOT COPY OR EDIT THIS FILM TO BE PLACED IN YOUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL OR OTHER SOURCES FOR PUBLIC VIEWING WITHOUT MY PERMISSION. IF BREACHED AGAINST MY WORKRIGHT ON RESEARCHING AND PRODUCING THE FILM PROJECTS, OFFENDERS WILL BE REPORTED TO YOUTUBE MEDIA ADMINISTRATION AND WILL BE BLOCKED FOR VIOLATE MY CHANNEL STATUS. THANK YOU FOR YOUR UNDERSTANDING ABOUT THIS MATTER. ROBERT HOSKIN.