Wide Screen Museum goes DVD

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  1. Robert Harris

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    Excellent Web-page. Thanks for bringing it to our attention.
     
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    Martin Hart's website is the most accurate, most entertaining, and BIGGEST resource for widescreen processes...and much of cinematography, period. Best of all, it's not militant. Hart is more concerned with the plain vanilla facts than the "VistaVision is 1.85:1, peroid." mentality.
    The technical specs for the various processes are likely the most accurate around AND use bona-fide film samples. [​IMG]
    Oh yeah...the usherettes are nice, too. [​IMG]
     
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    When you take into account that Martin's health is not 100%, the fact that he maintains and reguarly updates the most interesting,informative and comprehensive site about the Technical History of Movies on the Web, shows just how Passionate he is about Cinema and it's History.

    It is indeed a fabulous site and should be visited by all those who wish to learn more about the Wonderful World of Film and in particular Widescreen.

    I am proud to be one of the site's many contributors.
     

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