July 1986
Image Technology;Jul1986, Vol. 68 Issue 7, p336
Trade Publication
The article reports on the acquisition of the National Film Archive Laboratory by the former executives of Humphreys Laboratories at South Norwood in London, England. The laboratory will be replaced with Hendersons Film Laboratories, where it offers black and white motion picture film processing and printing. It also offers printing of achieve and shrunken film. Processing and printing of films will be aired on the television. Furthermore, they offered waxing and repair of films.


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