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“1941”: The 70mm Engagements
“As they roared into battle, only one thing was missing…the enemy.”

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Compiled by: Michael CoateDate: 02.11.2016
The following is a reference/historical list of the 70mm engagements of “1941” in North America. These were a full-frame (2.20:1) blow-up sourced from anamorphic 35mm photography. The audio was Six-Track Stereo (no Dolby noise reduction, single-surround). The Steven Spielberg film, starring Dan Aykroyd and John Belushi, opened on December 14th, 1979. (The world premiere was held on December 13th at the Cinerama Dome.)

CALIFORNIA
Los Angeles — Pacific’s Cinerama Dome
San Francisco — Plitt’s Northpoint
San Jose — Syufy’s Century 21

COLORADO
Denver — Mann’s Century 21

MASSACHUSETTS
Boston — Sack’s Cheri Triplex

NEW JERSEY
Totowa — United Artists’ Cinema 46

NEW YORK
New York — United Artists’ Gemini Twin
New York — United Artists’ Rivoli
New York — Walter Reade’s Bay
Woodbury — United Artists’ Cinema 150

UTAH
Salt Lake City — Mann’s Villa

WASHINGTON
Seattle — Seven Gables’ Crest 70

This information has been principally referenced from film industry trade publications and regional newspaper promotion, with thanks to Monty Marin and Vince Young. Any subsequent bookings (i.e. move-overs, subsequent-run, re-release, midnight, etc.) and international engagements have not been accounted for in this article.

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