How to get your film back from Rocky Mountain Film Lab! (maybe)

February 2010.  I find an undeveloped roll of 127 vest pocket film in a Kodak Brownie Super 27 camera, in an antique store in Manchester, New Hampshire.  I buy the camera, and am curious as to what’s on the roll of film. After searching the Internet for a company that claims they can develop the…

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Wanna buy Rocky Mountain Film Lab’s equipment? You can…

Boy, this mess with Rocky Mountain Film Lab gets stickier and stickier as the days go by. Our story so far – I found a roll of 127 Kodacolor-X film in a 1960’s Kodak camera, a camera that was on sale in a New Hampshire antique store.  I bought the camera, and planned on having…

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Rocky Mountain Film Lab just made a big mistake

Here’s the thing.  I have a great deal of loyalty to people and to organizations who do the right thing.  That includes loyalty to organizations like the Vocal Group Hall of Fame and the Premier Basketball League, among others. But if you ever mess with me – if you ever cheat me or lie to…

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Rocky Mountain Film Lab – an update on my antique camera film

A few months ago – February 27, 2010, to be exact – I found an undeveloped roll of Kodacolor-X in an old Kodak Brownie Super 27 camera, a camera that was found in a New Hampshire antique store.  I bought the camera with the understanding that something might be on the roll – and that…

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The Mystery of the Antique Camera Film

February 21.  I’m in Manchester, New Hampshire, killing time before a late afternoon Premier Basketball League game between the Manchester Millrats and the Capitanes de Puerto Rico (which Puerto Rico won in very convincing fashion).  Looking for something to keep me entertained for an hour or so before the game began, I came across the…

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