That's me editing the movie in 1976. There were approximately 42, fifty foot reels of film that we shot during filming. Most of the scenes where there is conversation were recorded on Super 8 sound film. Other scenes were filmed on silent film and then a magnetic tape strip was glued to the film using a special tool. A separate tape recorder was used for sounds and conversation for the scenes at E&H Studios and a projector capable of recording stereo sound tracks was used for sound effects and music added to the final film.
Screen capture of editing project for "Payment In Blood". This scene was originally filmed on silent film at 6th Street and Market in downtown Canton, Ohio. Almost a dozen sound effects were added to provide realism to the scene.