Just saw this for the first time, and in Cinerama. Waaaaaaaaaaay better print quality than "This is Cinerama" and definitely had the audience laughing. I thought John Wayne would have had a larger role, but he was hardly in it. Anyway, I had a blast, and really enjoyed the movie. Even with Steven Speilberg sitting four chairs over. I see he appreciates good cinema. I also had no clue that the Cinerama process was one camera assembly with three lenses/rolls of film. The one thing everyone kept pointing out was "because they used 27mm lenses, they couldn't do close ups in the movie" which to be honest, I'm glad they didn't. Does every movie have to have a 'close up' of the actors? Besides, with that large of a screen, who needs a close up of the actors faces? I enjoyed the film, including the stunts. And as pointed out in another thread (and at the film introduction) the 70mm shots had far less resolution than I would have guessed. Get over and see it before it's gone. I may venture over to see "It's a Mad Mad Mad Mad World" when it shows in October. Never seen that movie either.