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  1. When Ben Mank, on 2/10 /18 at night, after the showing stated that the producers decide not to shoot it in Cinemascope and color. Obviously m.g.m had already known about fox using cinemascope and the production of the robe at the time. M.g.m. had already adapted to none anamorphic widescreen, 1:75:1 for their films.It was shot in 1:37:1, but at the time of release, screens were getting bigger.It was first released in may of 53 with Capriccio Italien, a short, presented at 1:75:1.Then the muti tracks were remixed.It was released in mono originally .It was presented in 3 channel stereo sound and widescreen at 1:75:1 at a June premiere in New York.The current print preserved the remix sound, but not the widescreen presentation ratio, but then it was shot for 1:37:1.
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    the remastered versions of This is Cinerama and Voyage of the Christian Radiage, from the 6 perf three-strip elements, are now available in pre-order at Flickralley, at half price.
  3. Nice article with charts dates screen ratios and some great posters of films I've never heard of, check it out here http://www.3dfilmarchive.com/the-first-year-of-widescreen

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