Which of these movies would you donate to see a 35mm preservation scan?

by a guest · ·
Recently it has come to my attention of a trusting source–who chooses to remain anonymous as of right now–who is in contact with film print collector with a fairly vast inventory. Noting some interest from both myself and others in several titles, but due to the obvious issue of cost per title (roughly $800 per feature-length film), I decided to create this poll to determine which of these five films would generate the most interest in getting a preservation scan. From these results, I shall plan on pressing forth and create proper threads on the top picked preservation. Note, I have turned on the requirement to put in your name since I am also allowing multiple choices as a way of seeing who'd be willing to help the most in the future to come. Anyways, thank you all in advance and best of health!
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The Keep (1983)
Hellraiser (1987)
The Fog (1980)
Big Trouble In Little China (1986)
Seven Doors Of Death (1981)
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