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film shipping labels 17 May 2007 22:07 #20808

  • jholliger
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Just wanting to know... the big features have been coming with "off" names to mess with the thieves for some time now. Do they use the same odd names coast to coast? i.e. - Shrek 3 came to us as "FISH"
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Re: film shipping labels 18 May 2007 00:12 #20809

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It's 'Fish' on the West coast!
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Re: film shipping labels 18 May 2007 09:36 #20810

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I wish the studios doing it would stop this nonsense. Atleast inform the shippers picking up the prints at runs end that there is a bogus title. I have a separate film pick up room that Fed-Ex and others can drop off and pick up film as needed. I have had to resort to putting a note on each creatively labeled can giving the real name of the film.
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Re: film shipping labels 18 May 2007 10:01 #20811

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We have to put notes on ours too... had shipper take the wrong print once and then had to assure the distributor that we did have their print ready on time for the carrier. They still tried to bill us for the second pick up trip... We did get out of it but now label ALL bogus titles with temp. tags in BOLD print.
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