.. we used to take photos on film, and then put it in at the local chemist and wait a week for it to get processed. It used to come back as a set of prints, and the negatives were returned in various folders, or such like. SO the point of this.. I have found half a dozen rolls of negatives which I had processed, but never printed. They are wrapped around a cardboard holder, about 100cms long and around 12cms thick, round at the ends. The negatives are in a long strip, and interleaved with a long strip of paper, to stop them rubbing against each other. Now the problem.. In the 28 years since they were stored away, the paper strip has stuck to the film strip. Now, I don't want any, "you might try..... (glycerine, water, high-octane petrol)" etc, etc; I want a definite anwser as to how I can separate the paper strip from the film strip without damaging the emulsion on the film. The negs are irreplaceable; the 1980 Castrol Six Hour Race, in B&W and colour, and the 1980 Coca-Cola 800 in B&W and colour, and I can't afford either to damage them in trying to rescue them, or replace them if they are. Answers, please???