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Super Technirama 70

All 70mm film lists
Compiled by: Thomas Hauerslev Date: 09.12.2008
Title Released Cinema Notes
Sleeping Beauty 29.01.1959 Fox Wilshire, LA, USA 17.02.1959 AT Criterion, NYC, USA
Solomon and Sheba 27.10.1959 Astoria, London
Spartacus 06.10.1960 DeMille, NYC, USA
King of Kings 11.10.1961 State, NYC, USA
El Cid 06.12.1961 Metropole, London
The Savage Innocents 21.12.1961 Chelsea, Melbourne
Imperial Venus 1962 70mm print confirmed 16.11.2006
Barabbas 04.02.1962 Odeon Haymarket, London
Black Tights 07.09.1961 Coliseum, London
55 Days at Peking 06.05.1963 Dominion, London
Hercules and the Captive Women 1963 Also known as "Hercules Conquers Atlantis"
La Fayette 20.02.1962 Normandie, Paris "La Fayette" had its premiere in January 1962 on the newly build french ocean liner FRANCE during the first passage from Le Havre to New York. The FRANCE had a cinema on board with a capacity of 664 seats, 2 x DP70 and a 16mm projector, five front sound speakers and 14 effect speakers. The screen was 10 meter width.
Circus World 24.06.1964 Capri, Dallas, USA
The Long Ships 26.12.1964 Barclay, Sydney
Zulu 1964
The Golden Head 08.04.1965 Royalty, London Some chase scenes done in MCS-70

Released in East Germany on February 18th, 1966, was dubbed in German by DEFA. Released in 35mm and CinemaScope. German title "Das Goldene Haupt", which is a literal translation of the English title.
Le Corsaire (S) 1965
The Great Wall 1965 Advertised as "Super 70 Technirama"
Shellarama (S) 22.07.1965 Casino, London Also know as "Push Button Go"
Custer of the West 09.11.1967 Casino, London
The Black Cauldron 26.07.1985 Radio City, NYC, USA
"Spartacus" 26.04.1991 Ziegfeld, NYC, USA Restored version

70mm prints are unconfirmed

Antinea, L'Amante Della Citta Sepolta / Die Herrin von Atlantis 1960
The Trials of Oscar Wilde / Der Mann mit der Grünen Nelke 1960
Carthage in Flames / Karthago in Flammen 1961
The Music Man / Music Man 1962
World by Night no. 2 / Die Welt ohne Scham Teil 2 1962
Buddha 1963
Madame sans Gene / Ungezähmte Catherine 1963
The Pink Panther / Der Rosarote Panther 1964
Clint the Lonely Nevadan / Italian title: Clint el solitario / Tal der Hoffnung 1968
Further in 70mm reading:

History of Technirama

Internet link:

(S) = Short film

Assistant contributors on some large format lists includes Michael Coate, David Coles, Jeffrey L. Johnson, Scott Marshall, Tak Miagishima, Rick Mitchell, Dan Scherlock, Richard Vetter and Ingolf Vonau.

Based on material found in many sources, including trade papers, Variety, Wide Screen Movies (Robert E. Carr & R. Michael Hayes) and Four Aspects of The Film (James L Limbacher)
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Updated 22-12-16