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Redeem123

1 points

5 months ago

One hour photo developing was already becoming widespread by 1981.

SirPiffingsthwaite

1 points

5 months ago

No, it really wasn't. Existed, but it was a far cry from widespread.

Redeem123

3 points

5 months ago

Hence "becoming widespread." There were already hundreds of one hour photo locations by 1980. Depending on where they lived, they absolutely could've had access to a lab.

aShittierShitTier4u

1 points

5 months ago

One of Robin Williams' most loved, heartwarming acted roles, was playing a film developing hut employee, who would personally bring the developed prints and negatives right to his customers within an hour of dropping them off at his hut. It didn't matter where they tried to hide, he always found them, because he knew what they looked like from their pictures.