I think this was my first post on AMK replying to "Stereo casualty" (whoever that was) I was "Rialcnis"
2001 in Cinerama at the New Neon
12/10/96 stereo casualty
i just spoke with this theater in dayton, ohio and they said that 2001 will be playing there until december 19th. they charge tickets by phone
Which version of Cinerama was it showing in?
In article <***@ladder01.news.aol.com>, ***@aol.com (Rialcnis) writes:
Eat your hearts out. It was great, complete with the intermission and intro/outro music. They're also showing "This is Cinerama" and "How th
In article <***@ladder01.news.aol.com>, ***@aol.com (Martel art) writes:
Not '68, but the print that I saw in Dubuque in the early 1970s had the intermission. I was all of 10 years old when I first saw it--and I a
In article <***@ladder01.news.aol.com>, ***@aol.com wrote:
The intermission was definitely there in 1968. In fact it was Saturday, June 15, 1968, at about 3 PM, at the Loew's Capitol Theater in New Y
By the late 1960's, Cinerama no longer meant a three-projector set-up showing 6-perf tall 35mm prints. In the case of 70mm Super Panavision
were a lot of vertical striations in the actual screen itself. sound broke up during the first few minutes at the discovery when hal and the
There never were "real" Cinerama prints. By 1968, the logo referred only to the fact that the Cinerama Corporation was a partner in the film
Yep, there was....that was the first thing I missed when I saw it later in a 35mm engagement. As an aside, it was interesting that the Theat
12/19/96Michael - What's YOUR Name?
I saw 2001 in 68 in San Diego, yes there was an intermission. And when the ape tossed that bone way up in the air and changed to an orbiting
To answer the two questions. Yes 2001 originally had an intermission, right after the "reading lips" sequence. When the film was prepared fo
In article <email@example.com>, ***@teleport.com (Walter Ulrich) wrote:
Oh..how I knew THAT feeling, Mike.
It had an intermission scheduled when I saw it also around 1970/71. My intermission was a little longer though as the film broke on the Satu
Ah, 2001 memories. I saw the film at the Cooper Cinerama in Denver in
When the film was re-issued in 70mm in 1978 (with ads touting a quote from George Lucas), I took a friend who had never seen it to the Belle
I saw it twice in '68, in its original Cinerama form, then saw a 70mm re-release in '72 on a flat screen. "In Cinerama" was still there, uns
In a previous post I said the showing would end soon. It is still, I
believe, playing in a late time slot/midnight on weekends, and I suspect
will continue to be shown as interest allows. Call the Neon if interested.