Thanks for that feature - I was curious how the video looked. Speaking of finding and restoring lost films, did you see the Morecambe and Wise clip? I wouldnt call it restored since it's barely watchable, but they used a bizarre combination of methods to access the film. They might have gotten the idea from scientists using x-ray equipment to read ancient scrolls burnt from Mt. Vesuvius.
Morecambe and Wise: Rescuing a 'lost' film An old BBC broadcast of Morecambe and Wise from 1968 has been restored using a groundbreaking new technique. Once thought unsalvageable by experts, the badly damaged old film was scanned using X-rays, then an algorithmic reconstruction method was used to digitally reconstruct the images. Now they have 30 seconds of restored film which can be seen for the first time in decades. http://www.bbc.com/news/av/technology-43118475/morecambe-and-wise-rescuing-a-lost-film