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- technology behind the CinemaScope lens system was made obsolete by later developments, primarily advanced by Panavision, CinemaScope's anamorphic format...
- the studio. Lah himself then left MGM, but returned in 1955 to direct CinemaScope Droopy cartoons costarring either Spike (now called Butch because of...
- Trial, a legal case regarding the teaching of the theory of evolution CinemaScope or Scope prints, anamorphic film prints Scope (magazine), a South African...
- both Academy Ratio and CinemaScope formats (2.55:1, later 2.35:1). Finally, 19 cartoons were produced in widescreen CinemaScope format only. Like other...
- product, Fox gave access to CinemaScope to any rival studio choosing to use it. Seeing the box-office for the first two CinemaScope features, The Robe and...
- Edward CinemaScope Eastman Color Filmed in England Released in the United States as The Warriors King's Rhapsody Herbert Wilcox King Richard CinemaScope Eastman...
- animated feature film, it was the first animated feature filmed in the CinemaScope widescreen film process. Based on "Happy Dan, The Cynical Dog," by Ward...
- aspect ratio of 64:27 (2.370:1), designed to show films recorded in CinemaScope and equivalent modern anamorphic formats. The main benefit of this screen...
- He approved a m****ive investment into a system that would be called CinemaScope—$10 million in its first year alone. The urgency was increased when an...
- Century-Fox bought the rights to the technique to create its CinemaScope widescreen technique. CinemaScope was one of many widescreen formats developed in the...
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