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The Rubber Keyed Wonder - 40 years of the ZX Spectrum

A project in London, UK by Nicola Caulfield & Anthony Caulfield

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A film exploring the significance of the Sinclair ZX Spectrum and its role in video game history.
Backers: 1992
Average Pledge Per Backer: £50

Funded: £100,375 of £35,000
Dates: Oct 22nd -> Nov 21st (31 days)
Project By: Nicola Caulfield & Anthony Caulfield
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Latest News


November 19th - via:
Hi all, Well, what can we say! Today has been a whirlwind of activity, everytime we updated the stretch goal artwork the total changed and we had to redo it until we'd hit them all!  THANK YOU to all of you who have come into this campaign. Many of... (Read More)

Down to the Final Days and our Final Goals!

November 15th - via:
Hi all, We hope you all had a wonderful weekend! Welcome! Welcome to everyone who has joined us since the last update, at time of writing we have nearly 1,400 backers in this campaign so thank you each and every one of you for coming along with us... (Read More)


November 10th - via:
Hi all, I know we start many of these updates with a thank you to everyone but it's hard not to with such an amazing campaign, wonderful support, wonderful (and very personal) stories being sent into us and of course steadily chipping away at those... (Read More)


November 5th - via:
Hi all, Just a quick update to thank you all so much for helping this project smash through 2 STRETCH GOALS and we are so very very close to breaking through a 3rd which will unlock a Director's commentary with Special guests for the DVD / Blu-ray... (Read More)

A New Documentary, The Rubber Keyed Wonder, Will Take a Nostalgic Look at the ZX Spectrum

November 2nd - via:
As explained by the project’s creators, Nicola & Anthony Caulfield, the documentary will be a nostalgia-heavy look at the Spectrum and will include a blend of interviews, archive footage and more. The pair have produced a wealth of documentary programs, several funded by Kickstarter, so they’ll hopefully deliver. (Read More)

We Did It - THANK YOU! Time for the STRETCH GOALS!

October 29th - via:
Welcome one and Welcome all! Welcome to the very first update for The Rubber-Keyed Wonder: 40 Years of The Sinclair ZX Spectrum! Nicola and I would like to thank each and every one of you for believing in this project and helping it reach its... (Read More)

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