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Best place for developing film in Milwaukee?

R. Moreno , Aug 25, 2004; 08:42 a.m.

I am looking for the best place for developing slide and color negative film in Milwaukee. I have 5 irreplaceable rolls of film. I'm writing from the Children's Hospital of Wisconsin, and hopefully there is a very good place for developing nearby. Thank you.

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victor schreiber - Wauwatosa, WI , Aug 25, 2004; 09:40 a.m.

Check your e-mail. vic...:)

Andre Noble , Aug 25, 2004; 11:23 a.m.

Laverne and Shirley's

Jeff Drew , Aug 27, 2004; 02:52 p.m.

They have done great work in the past and are a featured provider in Kodak proshots. They are not open on weekends, but courier services are available in Milwaukee. Their home office is not far from Brewer Stadium, in an industrial area.

Direct Contact Info: Apollo Photo Imagizing 5330 West Electric Avenue Milwaukee, WI 53219 Toll Free: (800) 747-7371 Fax: (414) 545-6498 proshots@apollo-imagizing.com

R. Moreno , Sep 06, 2004; 01:59 p.m.

Magnificent!

I went to Apollo Imagizing and although there were a few delays, the results were great. Thanks for the recommendation.

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