They're showing in a continuous loop on a set of double TV monitors in the lobby/gallery outside the Titus Theatre. There are two Titus Theatre lobby galleries, and the Scopitones are in the smaller of the two, in a room with three Quay Brothers film sets. You don't need a ticket to a film screening to see them, anyone who is in the museum can go there.
A Scopitone filled with 36 videos by Third Man artists! The only Scopitone machine in the world showing modern videos. Scopitone Section at approx. 2:30 in. Lots of other cool toys too! Third Man Records
"Have you been looking for that Survivor Scopitone Video Jukebox? This is a super clean original survivor that is on consignment from a local distributor. We have been doing this a very long time and this is the first we have ever seen."
"Note that this machine is in really superb shape but is in need of a mechanism belt and probably some other tweaks. It started to work until the belt broke, and we know nothing about these units other than what we have stated. It is also missing the upper back panel when we believe is a mirror."
"For those who do not know, the Scopitone is a type of jukebox featuring a 16 mm film component. Scopitone films were a forerunner of music videos. Based on technology developed during World War II, color 16 mm film clips with a magnetic soundtrack were designed to be shown in a specially designed jukebox. The first Scopitones were made in France, by a company called Cameca on Blvd Saint Denis in Courbevoie near Paris. The best part of this machine are the films are intact and there are some superb examples as you can see."
"It appears to be complete and a survivor. It came out of a location years ago and was used in a rec room setting. The chrome is really nice it appears all original, the sides are original, the glass is nice and it would not take much to make this a great machine."
"You would be hard pressed to find another one. Best of all, there is NO RESERVE. We will let the market determine the value on this RARE piece. Best of luck in the auction."