Share your favorites on Show & Tell

GoldE, Film Splicing Station? or Rewinder, uses 2. 15" Reels. Need Info!

In Movies > Show & Tell and Cameras > Movie Cameras > Show & Tell.
Movie Cameras33 of 126Kodak kadascope sixteen 20 brand newDuskes Vitograph 35mm projector around 1907
Love it
Like it

Dan121156Dan121156 loves this.
gargoylecollectorgargoylecollector loves this.
ManikinManikin loves this.
walksoftlywalksoftly loves this.
officialfuelofficialfuel loves this.
See 3 more
Add to collection

Please create an account, or Log in here

If you don't have an account, create one here.

Create a Show & TellReport as inappropriate

Posted 4 years ago


(5 items)

I lived beside and grew up, right next door to the "Thunderbird Drive-In Theater and it left me with some of my best childhood memories!
I was in the position to get alot of the theater's stuff, before they demonstrationed it! This piece was large, at least 75 or more pound's. Can't Find No INFORMATION on it or the GoldE Company. It was for reel to reel transfer for the film to get it in the correct direction for splicing it into to right order before playing the movie. Any Help would be great! Thanks guy's

Unsolved Mystery

Help us close this case. Add your knowledge below.


  1. walksoftly walksoftly, 4 years ago
    Listed below one of their rewinders was a Model H in 1937.

    The GoldE Manufacturing Co of Chicago Illinois was a company that existed between 1920-1958 that manufactured projectors, both film and slide, and theatre equipment (lighting and such). At some point in their history they were located at 1220-C West Madison St in Chicago. That address appears to now belong to a travel agency.


    page 1188
    GoldE Manufacturing Company

    1214-22 Madison Street
    Chicago, III.
    Manufacturers of GoldE DeLuxe Rewind, Model H Rewind, Framing Light Shields, 30% 9mm Carbon Savers, Carbon Jaw Laps, Rainbow Spotlight, Baby Spot, Stage Spots, Stereopticons. Rewind Tables, Hand Rewinders, Advertising Projector, Changeovers, music stands, rear shutters, magazines, reel alarms and take-ups.
  2. walksoftly walksoftly, 4 years ago
    What else do you have from the drive-in?
  3. gargoylecollector gargoylecollector, 4 years ago
    ^see ,we have some great researcher's here!
  4. Deadbolt Deadbolt, 4 years ago
    I have a assortment of posters, about 80 or so, all One-Sheets 27x41. The oldest being Grease and Star Wars. Couple sets of Pole speakers and a few reels and a bunch of great memories! I'll post a few soon. Thanks for info!

Want to post a comment?

Create an account or login in order to post a comment.