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Jack Coursey
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From: Nashville, TN
Registered: Jan 2005

 - posted July 14, 2005 06:50 PM      Profile for Jack Coursey   Email Jack Coursey         Edit/Delete Post 
Does anyone have a listing of Dimension 150 theatres and/or know if any are still in existence? How did this format compare to Cinerama?

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Jim Perry
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From: Las Vegas, NV
Registered: Jun 2004

 - posted July 18, 2005 08:37 PM      Profile for Jim Perry   Email Jim Perry         Edit/Delete Post 
Check out Roland's Cinerama Stuff site -
he has what you're looking for on D-150.
I don't know what the addy is for this, but you can find it in the Links section at .

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William Hooper

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From: Mobile, AL
Registered: Mar 2003

 - posted July 19, 2005 12:08 AM      Profile for William Hooper   Email William Hooper         Edit/Delete Post 
Roland Lataille's Cinerama site is at

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Matt Lutthans

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From: Marysville, WA
Registered: Dec 2003

 - posted April 06, 2008 02:14 PM      Profile for Matt Lutthans   Email Matt Lutthans         Edit/Delete Post 
The Continental still exists, and the auditorium and screen are (largely) as they always were (same size, curvature, etc.). Note that they are not running 70mm, so only a portion of the screen actually gets USED these days. That's the only one I know of that still has the deeply curved screen intact. The Cine-Arts in Pleasant Hill, CA, still has the original auditorium, but the deeply-curved screen has been replaced with a mildly curved and slightly smaller screen, much as they did with the Century 21 in San Jose.

I don't know what I'll ever do with it, but I have the screen from the UA-150 (D-150) in Seattle sitting in a storage unit. I had fun moving that one! I tried to buy all the surrounding draperies, supports, etc., but the theatre was in mid-demolition at the time, and the scissors-lift we rented to get up and disconnect things couldn't get from the door to the screen area, so that idea had to be scrapped.

Matt Lutthans
Marysville, WA

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