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The Importance of Panavision
Bibliography

This article first appeared in
..in 70mm
The 70mm Newsletter
Written by: Adriaan Bijl, Holland
Reprinted by permission from the writer and Panavision
Issue 67 - March 2002
* Allen, Robert C. and Douglas Gomery, "Film History, Theory and Practice" (New York, 1985).
* Andrew, Dudley, "The Major Film Theories" (London, 1978).
* Bordwell, David, Janet Steiger and Kristin Thompson, "The Classical Hollywood Cinema" (London, 1985).
* Bragg, Herbert E., "The Development of CinemaScope" in "Film History, (International Journal)" Vol. 2, nr. 4. (November/December 1988), p. 363.
* Canby, Vincent "Review Heaven's Gate" in "New York Times", November 20, 1980, p. 24 (C).
* Carr, Robert E. and R.M. Hayes, "Wide Screen Movies" (Jefferson, North Carolina and London, 1988).
* Gomery, Douglas, "Who killed Hollywood?", "Wilson Quarterly"Volume XV, Number 3 (Summer, 1991), pp. 106-112.
* Gomery, Douglas, "Failed Opportunities: The integration of the U.S. Motion Picture and Television Industries", "Quarterly Review of Film Studies" Volume X, Number 2 (Summer, 1984), pp. 219-228.
* Henderson, Scott, "The Panavision Story" and "Mr. Panavision speaks out" in "American Cinematographer", (April, 1977), pp. 414 ff., and 416 ff.
* Lightman, Herbert A. "Why MGM chose Camera 65" in "American Cinematographer" (March, 1960), pp. 162 ff.
* Loring, Charles, "Breakthrough in 35mm-to-70mm print-up process" in "American Cinematographer" (April, 1964), pp. 224 ff.
* Pryor, Thomas M., "Anamorphic Lenses Unveiled", in "The New York Times" (3 August, 1958), p. X5.
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Panavision History Home

Introduction

1 In the Beginning
2 Invention Phase
3 Innovation Phase
4 Diffusion Phase


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The following articles do not have a specific author, unless it is noted. They are taken from the following newspapers and magazines:

* "American Cinematographer"
* "Designed for shooting from the shoulder" May, 1963 pp. 77ª78.
* "Boxoffice"
* "20th-Fox to Stage Sound Tests to Compare Stereo With Other Processes" 3 April, 1954, p. is unknown.
* "65mm photographic process to be used for MGM films" 30 April, 1955, p. is unknown.
* "Improved Widescreen Process Developed by Panavision" 13 October, 1958, p. 14.
* "Daily Variety"
* "Metro, Now Printing Via MicroPanatar, Reverts To 1 Lens" 10Üv December, 1954, p. 17.
* "Lewis, Nugent Return From 'Owyhee' Scounting" 6 March, 1958, p. 4.
* "Shooting on 'Charter' Ended by Gottschalk" 26 November,1958, p. 3.
* "Film Daily"
* "New Ultra Panatar Lens" 18 March, 1955, p. 12.
* "$1,095-$1 Prices For C-Scope Adapters" 30 March, 1955, p. 1. ff.
* "Panavision Conversion Process Adopted by Col." 25 March, 1954, p. 12.
* "New Process To Be Used For Top Pix. With Prints Also in Standard C-Scope" 27 April, 1955, pp. 1 and 5.
* "M-G-M, Panavision in $250,000 Contract Deal" 19 October, 1956, pp. 1 and 4.
* "Nugent to Pen Script For Panavision's 'Owyhee'" 9 January 1958, p. 3.
* "Gottschalk Entering Production, Direction" by William R. Weaver, 5 November, 1958, pp. 1 and 7.
* "Panavision Reveals No-Distortion C'Scope" by William R. Weaver, 30 July, 1958, pp. 1 and 4.
* "Film World"
* "Panavision... new wide screen system" by Henry Provisor December 1953, p. 510.
* "Hollywood Reporter"
* "New Low-Priced Anamorphic Lens" 18 March, 1955, p. 3.
* "MGM Adopting Panavision's 65mm Process on Big Films" 27 April, 1955 p. 1 ff.
* "Panavision Forms Unit to Produce 65-70mm Films" 30 October, 1957, p. 1
* "'Dangerous Charter' good item for double-billing" by JamesPowers 20 September, 1962, p. 3.
* "Motion Picture Daily"
* "No Auxiliary Camera For MGM in Filming C'Scope in Future" 10 December, 1954, p. 3.
* "New 'Squeeze Ratios' Set by Gottschalk for All Panavision Prints" 13 October, 1958, p. 3.
* "Motion Picture Herald"
* "Develop Technique with Panavision Printer" 19 November, 1955, p. 25.
* "Showmen's Trade Review"
* "New Ultra Panatar Now On The Market" 2 April, 1955, p. 21(E).
* "Variety"
* "Sy Weintraub In $3,600,000 Cash Buy Of Panavision Inc." 16 June, 1965, pp. 3 ff.
* "Kinney Services to Buy Panavision; Follows Book & Ashley Takeover" 14 February, 1968, p. 3.
* Obituary Gottschalk, 9 June, 1962, pp. 4 ff.
* "Wall Street Journal"
* "Brando Not Guilty Delay 'Mutiny'" 25 June, 1962, p. 24.
* "Kinney buys Panavision" 12 February, 1968, p. 27.
* "Western Metals"
* "Wide Screen Projector Lens Unit" (Volume 13, No. 8) August, 1955, pp. 23 ff.
 
 
 
 
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