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This was a great film with a fab Dolby Atmos mix.
Pinewood only has 35mm but it can scan Techirama as it did a fantastic job on 55 Days at Peking.
I has the 8mm and it was very good.
I saw this in Dolby Vision + Atmos and it was fab.
The first film i saw in 35mm SDDS :)
I saw a 35mm print of Barabass at Bradford this year it looked very good but the 4 track mag track could not be played because
they had a problem...
The best thing about this is the Dolby Atmos audio.
The only theatre to show Cinerama Russian Adventure in 3 panel Kinopanarama was the McVickers Theatre the rest were 70mm presentations.
The Last Valley from the 65mm neg.
That is a good thing about the Digital versions on the Cinerama screen as the join lines are not there, well almost.
Patton was shown at the Casino Cinerama Cinema in London using a D-150 lens.
I only saw it in NFT 1 in the 70s and that was a standard 70mm print.
I saw Grand Prix on the Cinerama screen in digital last year in Bradford and it looked fantastic, I saw Ford v Ferrari yesterday
at my local Odeon...
This was a great film and it has a fantastic Dolby Atmos mix.
Thanks very much Tino. Enjoy :)
I would love to know how Star Wars sounds in Dolby Atmos:)
I know its a good movie that is why i brought the DVD after i saw a 70mm print on the Cinerama screen at Bradford a few years ago
and the 6 track...
In that case i will stick to my DVD then:(
I saw a 70mm print from a private collector at Bradford on the Cinerama screen a few years ago and the 6 track mag was really good.
I saw Ben Hur from a 4K DCP at Bradford on Sunday on the Cinerama screen and it looked really great.
I saw them in London in 2005 they were fantastic.
Wheels of Fire is one of the best double albums ever.
I seen some original 70mm prints of The Bible and they have a D-150 credit at the end.
The 70mm DTS print made a few years ago does not have the...
I cannot wait to hear that twister in Dolby Atmos :)
What terrible picture quailty I would have asked for my money back.
I thought only the original 70mm prints had gone pink.
Hope this has Dolby Atmos.
I saw in Dolby Cinema in London last night it was fab.
They could put the 70mm version on the 4KUHD for a laugh.:)
Did they use the D-150 lenses at lot for 70mm as i know D-150 corp only liked the cinema to use them on D-150 films and we all know there were...
I remember when i got the UK DVD box set of this it was Mono, the USA version is Stereo much better:)
The Cinema may only have Dolby A and SR and not Digital sound, The optical track would not be mono.
Maybe the projectionist missed the Dolby...