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Swedish Widescreen Pages

In a time when it's possible to win tons of Academy Awards for pictures with a total lack of scope, computer rendered reality and a camera negative, once it has been cropped to its "widescreen glory", about the size of a hotted 16mm frame...
(If there is at all a film frame still involved...)

Maybe it's time to put things back into perspective...?

T
his site is an act of love (or plain hardcore if you are so disposed) and rememberance over a series of more or less out of use theatrical widescreen systems with the common factor, that they all completely wipe out anything you can see or hear in a theatre today - if you are able to find one.

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Archive of Swedish Widescreen Pages
Cinerama | Windjammer and the Cinemiracle experience | Windjammer and the Cinemiracle | Widescreen! Theatrical Big Screen Projection | The Philips Todd-AO 70mm projector | Royal and the rare Movie Magic! | Draken - the best cinema in Göteborg | ROYAL in Malmoe | Vinterpalatset (The Winter Palace in Stockholm)

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This site is made by Stefan Adler
Latest major update July 2002. More than fairly updated June 2013