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I have 4 rols of Kodachrome 8mm double K459 25ft Film that was never processed. Is there aney ware this can still be done? I realise they may be spoiled, but there from my child hood at US Fort Sill Ok. 1962 to 1964 thanks Lee Ashcraft lashcraft_7968@yakoo.com 740-745-5992

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There's very little chance that it has survived if it wasn't processed. If they're highly important to you, it may be worth the chance.
Very few places still process this kind of film. You may want to try the following company to see if they will (I don't see your specific film listed, but they process similar ones so you may want to contact them).

http://www.rockymountainfilm.com/oldfilm.htm
Please leave feedback if this was helpful. Thanks.

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