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A Painstaking Effort to Reunite Forgotten Films with Their Owners

  15.02.05 10:07am

Inside a 260,000-square-foot warehouse just over the Grapevine off Interstate 5, an archivist from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences clambered up a ladder to inspect a stack of dusty 35-millimeter film cans.

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