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Mark Campbell
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If I were King I would do away I would do away with Stadium Theatres with Digital Sound and their wretched top-down masking in favor of the spectacle of 70mm with 6-Track magnetic sound. So, in this moment of nostalgia I ask:

What 70mm engagements have you seen (and where)?

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David Au
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I haven't been lucky enough to see any 70 mm films except for IMAX. However the nearby Century Dome(now Cinearts Pleasant Hill) has played some 70 mm movies. Although, that was probably before I was born. I'm sure Return of the Jedi played there in 70 mm.

How does 70 mm compare to regular film?

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Mark Campbell
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I am sure there are other members who are better versed than I, but I will give it a shot:

70mm provides a brighter, crisper image usually projected on a screen that is larger than the standard 2.35:1 widescreen. 70mm has an aspect ratio of 2.0:1. For this ratio theatres such as the Cinerama Dome will have their maskings open as wide as 2.35 but have the top masking open UP creating a larger screen space. In addition, 70mm has 6 magnetic tracks of sound.

A 70mm print has over twice the surface area per frame as 35mm, which means much smaller grain in the image when projected. Films shot in 70mm have incredibly sharp images and an deep depth of field, meaning a lot is in focus. Films shot in 35mm and blown up to 70mm prints benefit from improved grain, a brighter image when projected and 6 track magnetic sound.

Anyone wanting to know what the deal is with 70mm should see a showing of Baraka (shot in 70mm) whenever the American Cinematheque in Hollywood has a screening (usually once a year).

I will post my list of 70mm films when I get a moment.

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Richard A Stegman Jr
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I've seen "Logan's Run" in 70mm 6-track Dolby)(1976 at the Cinerama Dome in Hollywood,pre-dating "Star Wars" use of the system by about a year)

"The Empire Strikes Back"(1980 at the late,great Plitt(later Century,not Cineplex Odeon)Parkway triplex in Las Vegas,NV where i also saw "The Black Stallion in 70mm a year earlier)

"The Shining" in 1980 at another late,great Vegas landmark,the single screen Mann Fox(also acquired by Century,as was the Mann Boulevard twin a few blocks from the Plitt. All three closed in the late 1980s)

I know there were others,i'll come back.

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Mark Campbell
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Here is my list (with dates when known):

Star Wars – UA Cinema 150, Seattle, 1977
Empire Strikes Back – SRO Tacoma Mall Twin, Tacoma WA, 1980
Raiders of the Lost Ark – SRO Southcenter, Tukwilla WA, 1981
Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom – SRO Tacoma Mall Twin, Tacoma WA, 1984
Ghostbusters – SRO Tacoma South, Tacoma WA, 1984
2010 - SRO Tacoma Mall Twin, Tacoma WA, 1984
2010 – Temple Theatre, Tacoma WA, 1985
Dune – Temple Theatre, Tacoma WA, 1985
Top Gun - SRO Tacoma Mall Twin, Tacoma WA, 1986
Lawrence of Arabia (restored) – Cineplex Odeon Cinerama, Seattle WA, 1989
Lawrence of Arabia (restored) – Landmark Egyptian, Seattle WA, 1989
The Abyss – GCC Lincoln Plaza 8, Tacoma WA, 1989
2001 – Cinedome Cinema 150, Seattle, 2001
Star Wars – Cinedome Cinema 150, Seattle, 2001 (charity showing)
Patriot Games – Cineplex Odeon Southcenter, Tukwilla WA, 1992
Howard’s End – Landmark Guild 45th (screen 1), Seattle WA, 1992
Last Action Hero – Cineplex Odeon Lewis & Clark Screen 1, Tukwilla WA, 1993
Baraka – Landmark Egyptian, Seattle WA, 1993
Gettysburg – Cineplex Odeon Cinerama, Seattle WA, 1993
Short Cuts – Landmark Guild 45th (screen 1), Seattle WA, 1993
Short Cuts – Landmark Guild 45th (screen 2), Seattle WA, 1993
Remains of the Day – Landmark Guild 45th (screen 1), Seattle WA, 1993

To be continued for the LA years…

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Tom Mundell
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The only one I've seen is Lawrence of Arabia at the AFI Silver Spring theater.

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Dan Roben
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Here here, Mark!

So many 70MM films have played Seattle--where do I begin?

Here goes in no particular order (I'm leaving out years, because I've had too many martinis tonight to remember such things!)

Days of Heaven, SRO Music Box, Seattle
Dersu Uzala, The Hunter, SRO Cinerama, Seattle
2001, Martin Cinerama, Cinedome King Cinema (revival), AMC Cinerama (revival)
Lawrence of Arabia, Cineplex Odeon, GCC, AMC Cinerama (3 separate runs)
My Fair Lady (restored print), Cineplex Odeon Cinerama
Apocalypse Now, SRO Town, Seattle; Luxury Theaters Alderwood 7 (restored reissue)
Star Wars, UA Cinema 150, Seattle, Cinedome 150 (Charity event)
The Empire Strikes Back, UA Cinema 150
Return of the Jedi, UA Cinema 150
Spartacus, Cinedome 150 (nee UA Cinema 150)
West Side Story, Cinedome 150
Indiana Jones, SRO Cinerama
The Exorcist (reissue), SRO Cinerama
Baraka, Landmark Egyption
Patton (revival), GCC King Cinema
Close Encounters, Luxury Theaters Eastgate I II III, Portland,OR; Seven Gables Crest 70, Shoreline, WA
The Passage, Landmark Egyption, Seattle
Star Trek I, SRO Cinerama
Hamlet, Landmark Guild 45th, Seattle
Dune, Famous Players Stanley Theater, Vancouver BC Canada
Baraka, Landmark Egyption
Ghostbusters, AMC Cinerama (1 night revival)
Oklahoma, AMC Cinerama (1 night revival)
Rocky III, SRO Oak Tree, Seattle
Playtime, AMC Cinerama (one time showing as part of the Seattle International Film Festival)
It's a Mad Mad Mad Mad World (restored), AMC Cinerama (1 time showing as part of film festival)
Gettysburg, Cineplex Odeon Cinerama
The Abyss, Landmark Egyption (part of Seattle International Film Festival)

There are many more, but I'm hazy as to where I saw them. I will post more as I remember them.

To take this thread a bit further, the following are 3 strip Cinerama films that I have been fortunate to see:

This Is Cinerama, New Neon Theater, Dayton, OH, GCC Cinerama (the very first showing of 3 strip in Seattle after the Cinerama was restored; this was part of the Seattle International Film Festival), AMC Cinerama (part of the Cinerama/Wide Screen Film Festival in (I think) 2003
How the West Was Won, same above theaters
Seven Wonders of the World, New Neon (German Soundtrack)
Cinerama's Search for Paradise, AMC Cinerama
Windjammer (3 strip Cinemiracle, a competitor of Cinerama), AMC Cinerama (the only print known to exist in the world)

You might be thinking: "Wow! GCC and AMC played lots of 70MM revivals at the Cinerama." Well, yes and no. The only reason that these two circuits are involved is because they were managing the theater. We can actually thank the owner, Paul Allen, for all these showings. All Cinerama/70MM showings at the Cinerama were because of his love of films, not because of AMC or GCC.

The 80s and 90s were certainly the glory days for 70MM in Seattle. I remember SRO actually running a 70MM midnight(!) series at the Cinerama in the early 80s and when my friend took over operation of the UA Cinema 150, UA Cinema 70 and King in the early 90s, and put them all under the Cinedome banner, 70MM revivals made up a large part of his programming, especially on the massive 150 screen. By the way, his "Cinedome" and Century's Cinedomes are unrelated, though the design of our 150 mimicked the design of the Century Cinedome 21 right down to the color scheme.

Okay, that's enough for now.

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Mark Campbell
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Here is my list continued:

More Seattle area stragglers:

Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade – Cineplex Odeon Tacoma Mall Twin, 1989 (last 70mm film to play there)
My Fair Lady (restored) – Cineplex Odeon Cinerama, Seattle WA, 1994
Hamlet – Landmark Guild 45th Screen 1, Seattle WA, 1996
The Hunt for Red October - Cineplex Odeon Cinerama, Seattle WA, 1990
Geronimo: An American Legend – Cineplex Odeon John Danz, Bellevue WA, 1993
Hoffa - Cineplex Odeon John Danz, Bellevue WA, 1992
Far and Away - Cineplex Odeon John Danz, Bellevue WA, 1992
Far and Away - Cineplex Odeon Cinerama, Seattle WA, 1992

More to come when I can think

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Bill Gabel
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Heres my 70MM List:
  • Battle of the Bulge, Cinerama Dome, 1965
    Gone With The Wind, Carthay Circle, 1967
    Camelot, Cinerama Dome, 1967
    Krakatoa East of Java, Cinerama Dome, 1969
    This is Cinerama, Cinerama Dome, 1973
    Capricorn One, Bruin, 1978
    Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, Hollywood Pacific, 1978
    Sound of Music, Egyptian, 1978
    Star Wars, Century Plaza, 1978
    Grease, Village, 1978
    The Deer Hunter, 1978
    Superman, Chinese, 1978
    Alien, Egyptian, 1979
    The Muppet Movie, Cinerama Dome, 1979
    Apocalypse Now, Cinerama Dome, 1979
    The Rose, Egyptian, 1979
    1941, Cinerama Dome, 1979
    Sleeping Beauty / The Black Hole, Picwood, 1980
    2001: A Space Odyssey, Avco, 1980
    Fame, Cinerama Dome, Picwood, 1980
    The Empire Strikes Back, Egyptian,Avco, 1980
    Divine Madness, Picwood, 1980
    The Jazz Singer, Cinerama Dome, Picwood, 1980
    Altered States, Village, 1980
    Heaven's Gate, Hollywood Pacific, 1981
    Outland, Bruin, 1981
    Raidiers of the Lost Ark, National, Picwood, Cinerama Dome
    Superman II, Village, Picwood, Cinerama Dome
    Close Encounter (SP ED), Picwood, 1981
    Alien, Picwood, 1981
    Dragonslayer, Hollywood, 1981
    Wolfen, Picwood, 1981
    Zoot Suit, Cinerama Dome, Picwood
    Sharky's Machine, Bruin, Picwood, 1981
    Quest for Fire, Picwood, 1982
    Annie, Avco, 1982
    The Road Warrior, Bruin, 1982
    Rocky III, Village, 1982
    Poltergeist, Century Plaza, 1982
    Star Trek: The Wrath of Khan, National, 1982
    ET, Hollywood Pacific, Picwood, 1982
    Grease 2, Hollywood, 1982
    Firefox, Village, Vogue, 1982
    Blade Runner, Bruin, 1982
    Napoleon, DGA, 1982
    Pink Floyd: The Wall, National, Village, 1982
    Tempest, Plaza, 1982
    Yes, Georgio, Cinerama Dome, 1982
    The Dark Crystal, Picwood, 1982
    Oklahoma!, Egyptian, 1983
    Blue Thunder, Chinese, 1983
    Return of the Jedi, Egyptian, 1983
    Wargames, Metro (aka Crest), 1983
    Octopussy, Paramount, 1983
    Superman III, Village, 1983
    Staying Alive, Village, 1983
    Krull, Chinese, 1983
    Brainstorm, National, Cary Grant Theatre (MGM lot)
    Never Say Never Again, Village, 1983
    The Right Stuff, Century Plaza, 1983
    Greystoke: Legend of Tarzan, National, 1984
    Indiana Jones & the Temple of Doom, Chinese, 1984
    Star Trek III: Search for Spock, Cinerama Dome, Village, 1984
    Ghostbusters, Avco, 1984
    Gremlins, Bruin, 1984
    Last Starfighter, Century Plaza, 1984
    Amadeus, Coronet, 1984
    Razor's Edge, Chinese, 1984
    2010, Village, 1984
    City Heat, Bruin, 1984
    Cotton Club, Coronet, 1984
    Dune, Picwood, 1984
    Starman, National (spec) 1984
    Ladyhawke, Village, 1985
    Rambo: First Blood Pt. 2, Paramount, 1985
    Goonies, National, 1985
    Cocoon, Avco, 1985
    Mad Max Beyind Thunderdome, Bruin, 1985
    Silverado, Village, 1985
    Explorers, National, 1985
    American Flyers, Plaza, 1985
    Year of the Dragon, Village, 1985
    White Nights, Century Plaza, 1985
    Rocky IV, Village, 1985
    Spies Like Us, Bruin, 1985
    A Chorus Line, Century Plaza, 1985
    Out of Africa, Avco, 1985
    Revolution, Coronet, 1985
    Clan of the Cave Bear, Village, 1986
    Money Pit, Avco, 1986
    Absolute Beginners, Cinerama Dome, 1986
    Top Gun, National, Cinerama Dome, 1986
    Cobra, Village, 1986
    Spacecamp, Egyptian, 1986
    Big Trouble in Little China, Hollywood Pacific, 1986
    Aliens, Egyptian, 1986
    Howard the Duck, Village, 1986
    Manhunter, Chinese, 1986
    Tough Guys, Chinese, 1986
    Color of Money, Avco, 1986
    Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home, Cinerama Dome, 1986
    Little Shop of Horrors, Bruin, Warner Hollywood Studio, 1986
    Over the Top, Village, 1987
    Lethal Weapon, Chinese, 1987
    The Untouchables, National, 1987
    Predator, Egyptian, 1987
    The Witches of Eastwick, Bruin, 1987
    Adventures in Babysitting, Hollywood Pacific, 1987
    Innerspace, Chinese, 1987
    The Lost Boys, Bruin, Vogue, 1987
    Stakeout, Avco, 1987
    Who's That Girl, Regent, 1987
    Three men and a Baby, Crest, 1987
    Empire of the Sun, National, 1987
    Good Morning, Vietnam, Cinerama Dome, 1987
    Shoot to Kill, Crest, 1988
    Willow, Village, 1988
    The Presido, Chinese, 1988
    Who Framed Roger Rabbit, Cinerama Dome, 1988
    Die Hard, Avco, 1988
    Tucker: The man & His Dream, Bruin, 1988
    The Big Blue, Chinese, 1988
    Gorillas in the Mist, Odeon, 1988
    Cocoon: The Return, Avco, 1988
    Beaches, Crest, 1988
    Lawrence of Arabia, Century Plaza, 1989
    Indiana Jones & the Last Crusade, National, 1989
    Dead Poets Society, Avco, 1989
    Star Trek V: Final Frontier, Village, 1989
    Batman, Village, Bruin, 1989
    Lethal Weapon 2, Bruin, 1989
    The Abyss, Avco, 1989
    In Country, AMC Century 14, 1989
    Black Rain, National, 1989
    West Side Story, Cinerama Dome, 1989
    Glory, Hollywood Pacific, 1989
    Always, Avco, 1989
    Tango and Cash, Village, 1989
    The Hunt for Red October, National, AMPAS Theatre, 1990
    Ten Commandments, Cinerama Dome, Bruin, 1990
    Total Recall, Coronet, 1990
    Dick Tracy, Hollywood Pacific, 1990
    Gremlins 2: New Batch, Bruin, 1990
    Days of Thunder, Chinese, 1990
    Die Hard 2, Avco, 1990
    Archnophobia, Avco, 1990
    Fantasia, Cinerama Dome, 1990
    Predator 2, Avco, 1990
    The Rookie, Bruin, 1990
    The Godfather Part III, Village, 1990
    The Doors, Cinerama Dome, 1991
    Terminator 2: Judgment Day, Cinerama Dome, 1991
    Beauty and the Beast, El Capitan, Chinese, Crest, 1991
    For the Boys, Avco, 1991
    Star Trek VI: Undiscovered Country, Chinese, 1991
    Hook, Odeon, 1991
    Lethal Weapon 3, Village, 1992
    Far and Way, Cinerama Dome, 1992
    Patriot Games, National, 1992
    Last of the Mohicans, Avco, 1992
    Hoffa, GCC Sherman Oaks, 1992
    Cliffhanger, Village, Beverly Connection, 1993
    Last Action Hero, Beverly Connection, Hastings, 1993
    In the Line of Fire, Sherman Oaks, Beverly Connection, 1993
    Baraka, Criterion, 1993
    Little Budda, Avco, 1994
    True Lies, Chinese, 1994
    My Fair Lady, Century Plaza, 1994
    The Wild Bunch, Cinerama Dome, 1995
Special shows:
  • Deliverance, Odeon, midnight shows
    Aliens, Odeon, midnight shows
    Altered States, Odeon, midnight shows
    Alien, Odeon, midnight shows
    In Harm's Way, Fairfax show
    The Great Race, Fairfax show
    Around the World in 80 Days, Regency (SF)
There is a few more to add later.

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Chris Utley
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My list stinks compared to y'alls!

1977: Star Wars - Weherenberg Creve Coeur Cinema, St. Louis, MO
1978: Superman: The Movie - BAC Cinema, Belleville, IL
1980: The Empire Strikes Back - Wehrenberg Creve Coeur Cinema, St. Louis, MO
1981: Superman 2 - Mid America (now AMC) Esquire Cinema, St. Louis, MO
1983: Return Of The Jedi - Mid America (now AMC) Esquire Cinema, St. Louis, MO
1988: Die Hard - AMC Esquire Cinema, St. Louis, MO

I moved to LA in 1985 - where I did not attend a single 70MM presentation until the summer of 1990:

1990: Total Recall - Cineplex Odeon (now AMC) Universal City 18, Universal City, CA
1991: Terminator 2 Judgement Day - Pacific's Cinerama Dome, Hollywood, CA (Opening day...my first time ever seeing movie at the Dome. Changed my very existence!)
1992: Lethal Weapon 2 - Mann's Chinese Theatre, Hollywood, CA
2000: The Great Big 70MM Festivial- Egyptian Theatre, Hollywood. I saw the following films:
My Fair Lady
Lawrence of Arabia
T2
Ben Hur (Charlton Heston was there)
2003: How The West Was Won (3 Strip Cinerama Presentation) - Cinerama Dome, Hollywood. (I know that ain't 70MM, but it's 3 Strip Cinerama for goodness sake!)
2004: It's A Mad Mad Mad Mad World - Cinerama Dome, Hollywood (as part of their 40th Anniversary celebration.)

Last on my list is living proof that 70MM can indeed live on even in the digital age:

1997: Titanic (in 70MM & DTS Digital Sound) - Grauman's Chinese Theatre - Hollywood AND Mann's National - Westwood (at National, all the masking was expanded to it's maximum length. I'll never forget that!)

My one regret about the 20+ years I've lived in the LA area was that I didn't ditch my ignorant friends in South Central and high-tail it over to Hollywood & Westwood every week to catch all that 70MM glory during my teenage years. Seeing you guys's lists just makes the pain sink in deeper and deeper. [Frown] [Mad] [Embarrassed]

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John McConnel
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My list won't take much space, but here it is, with theatres and approximate years...

70mm:
BEN-HUR 1960 Cooper Cinerama/Oklahoma City
WEST SIDE STORY 1962 State/Oklahoma City
SOUTH PACIFIC 1960s State/Oklahoma City
CLEOPATRA 1965 Rivoli/New York City
SOUND OF MUSIC 1966 General Cinema ?? / San Antonio
MY FAIR LADY 1966 Saenger Orleans/New Orleans
THOSE MAGNIFICENT MEN IN THEIR FLYING MACHINES 1966
RKO 70 (Orpheum)/New Orleans
2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY Cooper Cinerama/ Oklahoma City
1941 1979 GCC North Park/Dallas
CLIFFHANGER 1993 Orpheum/Okmulgee, OK
GETTYSBURG 1993 Orpheum
GERONIMO 1994 Orpheum
BARAKA 1994 Orpheum
REMAINS OF THE DAY 1994 Orpheum
PLAYTIME Dec., 2004 Ziegfeld/New York City

3-strip Cinerama:
CINERAMA HOLIDAY 1954 Melba/Dallas
THIS IS CINERAMA 1955 Warner/Oklahoma City
CINERAMA HOLIDAY mid-1990s New Neon/Dayton, OH
THIS IS CINERAMA mid-1990s New Neon
HOW THE WEST WAS WON 2002 Bradford Film Festival/Bradford,UK
(HTWWW may have been a 70mm print;Thomas Hauerslev would know)

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Bill Gabel, please give history of the "Coronet" and the "Odeon" theatres you list. I have an idea which theatres these are/were, but am not sure. Thanks! (PS: Quite a list!!!)

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I thought that what is now the Festival used to be the Coronet/Odeon. Am I right?

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Mark Campbell
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But wasn't the old United Artist Westwood 3 (now a Sav-On) called something else at some point when it was a big single screener?

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Richard A Stegman Jr
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The single screen UA in Westood was called simply "United Artists".

In 1987(?),it became The Odeon after Cineplex Odeon bought it.(opening feature-"Bull Durham")

In 1992,Mann Theatres bought it and renamed it the Festival.(opening feature-"Dave".

The UA multiplex in Westwood was called the "UA Cinema Center",not to be confused with GCC's Avco Center Cinema.(now AMC's Avco Cinema)

The details of the "Egyptian Westwood" and "Coronet" theatres can be filled in by someone else.

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