I can remember many things vividly, but I would really question that you can remember what was where in the surrounds, especially on a movie like Body Double, which was fairly low-budget and played mono in many theaters. I saw it in stereo but it sounded pretty basic to me, but then again it's quite a while ago.
In my case, I watched it in a Loews theater that was built only 2 years before and had 3 screens carrying Dolby Stereo and one screen carrying 70mm six track Dolby. Body Double played on one of the Dolby Stereo screens. It was at the time I had my stereo CED videodisc player in high school and reading up on how Dolby Stereo surround was done and was in the process of getting those primitive L-R with delay matrix boxes to set up my own surround. So, I paid close attention to the sound in Body Double. When I got the CED videodisc I was able to get a fairly good representation of how I heard it in the theater (minus the center channel, of course) with the fire alarm and other things I mentioned in the rears.
It's not just Body Double, but many 1980's Dolby Stereo movies I cut my teeth on are not as I remember them on modern multichannel remixes. With different sounds being emphasised and left right and surround placements lazily in the center.
I wish these technicians would break out an optical Dolby Stereo print and listen to it and try to emulate what they hear better.
Sometimes, it does translate well, The Thing is pretty true to how I remember it. Altered States and Creepshow (which has only a 2.0 soundtrack anyway) fare well too.
But movies like Star Trek 2 and 3, Beverly Hills Cop, Ghostbusters and now Body Double are just disapointingly "neutered" to how I remember them. Even though the actual detail of the sound is so much better.