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Old Feb 6, 2008, 5:33 PM   #1
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I am thinking of a movie that was released in the 1960s in Cinerama format. Cinerama was one of the first wide-screen formats that was widely used. Originally Cinerama used three synchronized projectors which projected the left, center, and right sections of the screen. You could see a vertical line where they overlapped slightly.

This photo was shot at the Boeing Aviation Museum located on Boeing Field in Seattle, Washington.



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Old Feb 6, 2008, 6:56 PM   #2
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dareing young men and there flying machines . oakey
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Those Magnificent Young Men in Their Flying Machines?

Cool photo.....and looks like an even cooler place to visit.
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you got the right name . just didnt rember how it went . oakey
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you got the right name . just didnt rember how it went . oakey
Actually, oakey, I checked it and found that it was a/k/a "Daring" and the word "young" was not in the title, both according to IMDB.
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Old Feb 6, 2008, 7:25 PM   #6
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I remember it as "Those Magnificent Men and their Flying Machines. I think I saw it at a Cinerama theater in Hollywood. I was in the Navy and stationed in Long Beach at the time. It was about a 30 minute drive to downtown Hollywood. I don't remember anything else about the city since I was interested only in the movie. When it was over I drove straight back to the base.

(edit) I just did a search and the correct title is "...in their Flying Machines". I also learned that the movie is available on DVD. Who knew?

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Nice shot Cal,

The one thing I remember about the movie is the plane flying backwards and getting lost!!

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Mugmar, surely you must remember Terry Thomas....the epitome of Snidley Whiplash. He was great.
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