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70mm Blow Up

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Compiled by William Kallay and Michael Coate - ©1999-2002


Alfred The GreatPanavisionJuly 14 (UK)6-Track StereoMGM1969_alfredUS 35mm release: Oct 8.

See: 70mm Film Presentations in London

“Anne of the Thousand Days”PanavisionDec 18 (USA)6-Track StereoUniversalScreened for a one-week Oscar consideration run in Dec ‘69. Re-opened in early 1970.
Battle Of BritainPanavisionNA 1969 (France)6-Track StereoUnited ArtistsUS 35mm release: Oct 22.

See: 70mm Films in Mexico
Bitka Na NeretviPanavisionNA (Yugoslavia)6-Track StereoAIPUS 70mm release: April 28, 1971. AKA: “The Battle Of Neretva” & “The Battle On The River Neretva.”
Butsch Cassidy and the Sundance KidPanavision  20th Century Fox23.09.1969

Spanish language 70mm release

Golfo, ElTechniscopeNA 1969 (Spain)6-Track StereoDeltaSee: 70mm Films in Mexico
“Goodbye, Mr. Chips”PanavisionNov 5 (USA)6-Track StereoMGM1969_chipsUS reserved seat engagement.
Guns Of Navarone, The15.03.1969(Japan)CinemaScope6-Track StereoColumbiaUS 35mm release in 1961. Re-released in 70mm 15.03.69 at 3 theatres in Tokyo, Japan
“The Jolson Story”Spherical (1.37:1)Aug 14 (UK)6-Track StereoColumbia1969_jolsonOriginally released in 1946. Prints featured the original Academy image “tilt-and-scanned” to fill the 70mm frame.

US 70mm re-issue in 1975.
Julius Caesar (Re-Issue)Spherical (1.37:1)Nov 1 (UK)6-Track StereoMGM1969_julius_2Prints featured the original Academy image “tilt-and-scanned” to fill the 70mm frame. Selected scenes were tinted. Originally released in 1953.
Lion In Winter, ThePanavisionAug 21 (Australia)6-Track StereoAvco Embassy1973_lion_winterUS 35mm release in 1968.

See: 70mm Film Presentations in London, 1973

Longest Day, The (Re-Issue)CinemaScopeJune 5 (Australia)6-Track Stereo20th Century FoxOriginally released in 35mm CinemaScope in 1962.

See: 70mm Films in Sydney
“Marooned”PanavisionDec 13 (USA)6-Track StereoColumbiaWorld Premiere: December 12 (Los Angeles).  US reserved seat engagement.  AKA: “Space Travelers.”
“Paint Your Wagon”PanavisionOct 15 (USA)6-Track StereoParamountUS reserved seat engagement.
Residencia, LaFranscopeNA 1969 (Spain)6-Track StereoRegiaAKA: “The House That Screamed” & “Boarding School.”

See: 70mm Films in Mexico
“The Stewardesses”StereoVision 3-D/Magnavision 35 (1.33:1)July 25 (USA)6-Track StereoSherpixAKA: “Airline Stewardesses.”  Billed on-screen as: “3-Dimensional Stereo-Vision as developed by Magnavision.”
“Sweet Charity”PanavisionFeb 11 (USA)6-Track StereoUniversalUS reserved seat engagement. Advertised in “70mm/Panavision with Full Dimensional Sound.”  Released with a dual inventory of prints: some had “happy” ending, others had “sad” ending.
Those Daring Young Men In Their Jaunty JalopiesPanavisionOct 3  (Australia)6-Track StereoParamountUS release: May 28. AKA: ‘Monte Carlo Or Bust!’
Where Eagles Dare

“Where Eagles Dare”: The 70mm Engagements
PanavisionJan 22 (UK)6-Track StereoMGMUS 70mm release: March 12.  Advertised “In Spectacular 70mm.”
“The Wild Bunch”PanavisionAug 21 (UK)6-Track StereoWarner Bros./Seven Arts1969_wild_bunch_1US release: June 18. European prints ran 144 minutes. US 35mm prints ran 134. US re-issue in 1981 (in 35mm) at 142 minutes.

Re-issued in 1995
WinningPanavisionOct 9 (UK)6-Track StereoUniversalUS release: May 22.

See: 70mm Film Presentations in London, 1973

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