ProjectingLearning about all of the duties that came with the job of movie theater projectionist was a revelation. And it was administered to me by my younger brother, the Sr. Projectionist for the Huntington Park Warner at the time. I spent a week coming to work during his shifts and acquiring the basic skills at projecting a movie onto a screen (and not killing me, him or anybody in the building at that time). And though it involved no liquids or air (but plenty of electricity), it was pressure-based. This was especially true for older theaters with owners highly resistant to modernizing because it "cost godd*mn too much money."
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