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Trout
ke4ljh wrote:
"Go Tell The Spartans"

1:10:54   1:17:21   1:23:31   1:25:20   1:26:00   1:36:00 1:37:49   1:41:16   There are more in here that I missed.






There's also one early on at 38:25 but it doesn't have a mil-spec burner.  Looks more like a 220E.

Mike
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Brightoman
From the Sopranos.....Tony B and Christopher relocating former retired assists. image.jpeg 
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Flyboyfwa
Here's another one. Halls of Montezuma, 1951. 242 sitting on the table
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Andy
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green7golf
From the new show on NBC called Manifest
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-Birthday lantern for me 5-75
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green7golf
green7golf wrote:
From the new show on NBC called Manifest

Second time this has happened how did my picture end up above mine and in his post?
-Looking for Birthday lanterns for my sons. 6-02 and 7-00
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Trout
green7golf wrote:
From the new show on NBC called Manifest


That looks like a Frankie.  275 fount on a 220?
Mike
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Flyboyfwa
Looks like a Avocado Sears only darker.
Andy
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holliswood
Seen one in the first Terminator movie when the terminator is in the cabin mimicking her mom/grandma over the telephone.
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rob_pontius
holliswood wrote:
Seen one in the first Terminator movie when the terminator is in the cabin mimicking her mom/grandma over the telephone.
. I pointed that out to my wife a while back. She shook her head and laughed at me. It's a sickness, I swear.
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holliswood
rob_pontius wrote:
. I pointed that out to my wife a while back. She shook her head and laughed at me. It's a sickness, I swear.


😂😂 I believe so as well.
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CaptainFantastic
I searched for this one but didn't find it...

Dante's Peak (Pierce Brosnan - James Bond and Linda Hamilton - Terminator)

About 15 minutes before the end they crash into an old mine shaft. A short way in the mine they light up a 220 (probably an E?).

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ke4ljh

John Steinbeck's The Moon is Down 1943 .........  Lanterns start at 53:58 I can't quite make out what pressure lamps they are....


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maddawg308
From the beginning scene of Predator (1987).  Looks like a 237 Kerosene.

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Mike, maddawg308
Build a man a fire, and he'll be warm for the night. 
Set a man on fire, and he'll be warm for the rest of his life!

Looking for my B'day lantern, any model, 5-74.


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Flyboyfwa
Ahhhh....Predator. the only movie with 2 Governors. GET TO THE CHOPPA!
Andy
Mil-Spec Ops #199
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maddawg308
Flyboyfwa wrote:
Ahhhh....Predator. the only movie with 2 Governors. GET TO THE CHOPPA!


Almost 3! Sonny Landham, who played Billy, ran unsuccessfully for governor of Kentucky about 20 years ago.
Mike, maddawg308
Build a man a fire, and he'll be warm for the night. 
Set a man on fire, and he'll be warm for the rest of his life!

Looking for my B'day lantern, any model, 5-74.


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ke4ljh
Looks like possibly a quick lite?   25:52

One Minute to Zero (1952 war drama)


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rob_pontius
I just watched "Highwaymen" on Netflix last night. No shortage of quicklites in that movie.
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jdh
Walking dead episode from two weeks ago, quick camera pan over what looked like a 220E.
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Flyboyfwa
Found another one. A Guy Named Joe. 1943. Spencer Tracey, Van Johnson, Ward Bond. Looks like a big hat.
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JimL
These are from the Twilight Zone episode "The Rip Van Winkle Caper":
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-Jim

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danm5000
holliswood wrote:
Seen one in the first Terminator movie when the terminator is in the cabin mimicking her mom/grandma over the telephone.


I saw this same one the other day.  It seems I spot more lanterns in movies than in the wild...  but that's probably my own fault.

Here's a screenshot of it from the movie... Lantern_in_Terminator1Movie_a.jpg 
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gootsch
I watched the 1931 Frankenstein movie again the other night. I saw the lantern in the grave yard scene as was discussed in previous panels here. At almost the end of the movie is a scene where 3 GPA are seen and I believe one of them was a Quicklite.

I could be wrong, it has happened before, and it will happen again I am afraid, but that is just my life.
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Eel
Spawn and I happened to be at Disneyland for a special event this weekend - wound up touring both Kingdom and Cal-Adventure.  There is a green 228 in the Indiana Jones ride in DMK, and a 425E/F (from the decal: it was a relatively low-lawyer-content version) on the Grizzly River Run water ride in CalAdv.

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BSAGuy
Watching "Above and Beyond" right now on TCM.  It's the story of Col. Paul Tibbets and crew's training for dropping the atomic bomb and their raid on Hiroshima.  Tibbets is played by Robert Taylor and Jim Backus (Thurston Howell, III) plays Gen. Curtis LeMay.

The night before take-off, Tibbets is unable to sleep and there is a Coleman hanging in his tent by the head of his rack.
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JimL
Courtenay,

This one?

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-Jim

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Flyboyfwa
I found another one. Darby's Rangers. 1958, James Garner and Jack Warden. Story about Army Rangers in Italy during WWII.
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Andy
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BSAGuy
That's it, Jim.  I don't know how to do those screen grabs.  Thanks for posting.
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MartyJ
I at first thought it was hanging but then saw the bail.  Obviously sitting on something the lighting doesn’t reflect from. I like studying the set from which the director set the scene and mood.  A clock set for early morning but aimed at the camera, not the actor who is looking at his watch, not the clock.  An ash tray full of butts indicating a restless night. The actor is well lit but not from then lantern which isn’t lit!  Little folding table night stand. I love these old black and white films.  Lighting and set played such an important part. 
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JimL
>>I love these old black and white films.  Lighting and set played such an important part. 

+1  Ever since I first noticed it in old westerns, I notice it all the time now.  Most early to late evening settings are filmed during the day which becomes obvious when you look at the shadows.  Not GPA related, but I like the always flawless camp fires.  Perfect flames, no embers, and they go out instantly when an actor brushes a little dirt or tosses some water on the fire.   The guy remotely regulating the propane had a critical job.  🙂

-Jim

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