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|Showcase Presentations in Honolulu|
By Claude Ayakawa & Michael Coate
Continuing the “Showcase Presentations in…” series, we now proudly present: Honolulu, Hawaii. A Chronology of Large Format and Roadshow Exhibition, 1957-Present. The Cinerama Theatre was located on the outskirts of downtown Honolulu near the Waikiki district. It was once the Pawaa Theatre, a neighborhood house that was converted in 1962 to a 3-strip Cinerama venue for the Hawaii premiere of The Wonderful World of the Brothers Grimm at which time the theatre was renamed the Cinerama.
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|New York City|
By Jonathan Kleefield
"Lawrence of Arabia" was a milestone, and I had the privilege of attending this presentation at the Criterion Theatre. The impact that this film made on me was simply staggering and an overpowering experience.
|Showcase Presentations in Philadelphia|
By Mike Coate
The roadshows have been listed with an asterisk following the applicable titles. These were reserved-seat engagements with advanced pricing and limited, scheduled showtimes (typically ten-per-week or two-a-day). Souvenir programs were usually sold and often the presentations included an overture, intermission, entracte, and exit music.
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|70mm Engagements in Rochester, NY|
By Jim Barg
When I moved back to Rochester from London last year, I had the time to research for any information regarding local 70mm engagements, and the results are presented here.
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