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    Well, it’s older than The Magic Portal, which was made in the same way only three to six years later.

    The ‘handheld’ camera almost felt smooth, but I guess it’s because it looks exactly like any other 16mm camera.

    It looked the same as a “first time” film made in 2007 to me.

    EDIT: The Director’s comments state that is was made in 1976 AND 1978. :?

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    Wow! 1978… Maybe it’s the first brickfilm?

    -LBJ

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    Perhaps it’s 1976 to1978?

    Wow… makes me feel lucky that we have all this tech today.

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    Starwars wasn’t out in 1976, right?

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    The first film came out in 1977.

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    “Dewfilms” wrote: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4YB_tk0tWEM&feature=RecentlyWatched&page=1&t=t&f=b

    While browsing around for Brickfilms on Youtube, I found this. Could this very well be the oldest known Brickfilm? I’m still in awe over the fact that the film was created without frame capture or editing software. I emailed Mr. Fernando Escovar, invited and asked him to discuss his film.

    Enjoy!

    Yes, thank you for noticing my film , I think it is the oldest Lego Star Wars
    movie made on film. You have to watch it carefully at the end I have a legoman get his head cut off by a guillatine.

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    It’s pretty good considering everything you had back then. Can you confirm for us when you actually made it?

    – rstudios

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    I think there’s an older brickfilm out there from 1960-something. I can’t recall the details but I remember it featuring a scene with a car outside in a nature setting. Does that sound familiar to anybody?

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