From the Arclightcinemas.com web site: In the fall of 1963, two icons were born - the Cinerama Dome and Stanley Kramer's classic comedy It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World. This October 17-19, our historic Cinerama Dome will showcase a 40th Anniversary Special Edition print presented in 70mm and, for the first time, in digital sound with the legendary intermission and "police calls" voiced by Spencer Tracy and William Demarest. On October 16, you can participate in the exciting recreation of the Dome's special 1963 opening night. Edie Adams, Sid Caesar, Peter Falk, Stan Freberg, Marvin Kaplan, Don Knotts, Jerry Lewis, Carl Reiner, Madlyn Rhue, Mickey Rooney, and Jonathan Winters are scheduled to appear. Proceeds from this event will benefit a newly established Stanley Kramer Graduate Fellowship in Film Directing at UCLA, honoring students who demonstrate passion and excellence in the art of film directing. Tickets are $30 and include popcorn, soda, parking, and a free gift. You won't want to miss it!