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There is only one word needed to describe them. WOW!
With this earlier posted image we have a set of eight then. Fabulous all images survived.
Fox Movietone Follies Of 1929 in now considered a lost film, as all film prints known to exist were destroyed in fires at the Fox storage facility in New Jersey in 1937. This black and white film also had some Multicolor sequences appearing in the film for its original release. The experimental Grandeur 70mm wide-screen process was used to shoot the film. Grandeur was developed by Fox and used on a small scale in 1929-1931. The most famous film to be shot in this process was the 1930 Raoul Walsh directed film The Big Trail, which starred a very young John Wayne. As this film was shot in both 70mm and 35mm, and with only a few cinemas available to screen 70mm, one would believe Fox Movietone Follies Of 1929 was also filmed in 35mm as well as 70mm.
It'll be nice to see when done.