American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A trademark used for a motion-picture process designed to produce wide-screen images.
“The Indian Hills Cinerama is back, along with new journeys to other cities where once-glorious theaters are facing demolition: Bostonâs Gaiety Theatre, Chicagoâs DuPage Theatre, and Salt Lake Cityâs Villa Theatre are among the stops.”
“It would seem that at best Cinerama is a special spectacle for a few theaters in large cities.”
“Their reason for being there was a new film technology called Cinerama, which they hoped to boost with a full-length drama, showcasing its best qualities.”
“Indeed, the in70mm. com Web site has a page, "All the Ramas In the World," which calls Cinerama "the mother of all 'ramas," and encourages readers to send in examples of its progeny.”
“The film industry responded to the challenge of television with technical innovations (3-D, advanced color processes, widescreen "Cinerama" effects) and blockbuster epics (Westerns, Biblical extravaganzas, spectacular war films) that played up the advantages of the "big screen.”
“Cinerama I believe was shot with 3 35mm cameras stuck together.”
“There were 450,000 lions in Africa in 1960 when, as a young filmmaker for Cinerama, I optioned the movie rights to a novel called The Lion by famed French writer Joseph Kessel Belle de Jour.”
“A short Cinerama production, a roller-coaster ride, had already created quite a stir among audiences who viewed its huge, wrap-around screen and lifelike resolution made possible by its three-lens camera system.”
“I was in Venice, Italy on business for Cinerama, the wide-screen movie company.”
“In the late 50s, one of my client/mentors was a fabulously wealthy Greek businessman, Nicholas Reisini, who purchased the Cinerama wide-screen movie company, which is why I came aboard.”
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