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"Rama" - In all it's screen splendour!
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The 70mm Newsletter
Collected by readers of in70mm.comDate: 28.12.2009. Latest update: 22-12-2016
The famous Cinerama logo - the mother of all modern "ramas"More in 70mm reading:

2008-A-Rama
2009-A-Rama
2011-A-Rama
2012-A-Rama
2013-A-Rama
2014-A_Rama

David Strohmaier

Film

Internet link:
Pandorama found 18.12.2010 by Stanislav Novotný, Czech Republic. See the IMAX film on the Pandorama  website 
Peep-O-Rama, Article in today’s (12/7/10) “NY Times” reporting that the sign for Peep-O-Rama, the last peep show to close on 42nd St, has returned to Times Square. Found by Richard M. Morse
Manhattan
07.12.2010
 
Barnorama found 05.12.2010 by Stanislav Novotný, Czech Republic, on the Barnorama website 
Barcorama found 05.12.2010 by Stanislav Novotný, Czech Republic, on the Barcorama website 
Spamarama found 15.11.2010 by Mark Lyndon, London, on the spamarama.org  website 
Diaporama found 13.11.2010 by Mark Lyndon, London, on the Paris Opera website:

From Wikipedia:

A Diaporama is a photographic slideshow, sometimes with accompanying audio. The word shares etymological roots with the English words diorama and panorama, both of which come from the Greek root horama.
 
 
Colorama color pencils. Found by Stanislav Novotný Czeck Republic, 13.11.2010.

 
 
Bricorama, found in France by Thomas Hauerslev, 01.11.2010 
Monster-Rama found by Richard M. Morse
Manhattan
13.09.2010
 
"Psychedelorama!!!" It gives appearances as being from an old William Castle horror film, "The Tingler", from 1959. He loved to create new "stuff" to hook you in to come see his schlock movies ... At any rate, the Filmforum Theatre in NY is running some older William Castle movies, including "The Tingler", and this is part of their ad. But I'm not sure whether Psychedelorama is an original thing -- it is not mentioned in the IMDB listing -- or something that Filmforum cooked up. This is what they say in their text about the show: "the screen’s very first acid trip, experienced via our own patent-pending PSYCHEDELORAMA!!! " If it is their own creating (hence the term "patent pending", it may be a new one they added to hype the screenings. So there you are. That's about all I can tell you about it... But it is a "Rama"! Found by Paul Rayton 01.09.2010
 
 
"Pianorama", 1958 album currently for sale on eBay.

found by Richard M. Morse
Manhattan
26.08.2010
 
Blago-rama, July 26, 2010 New York Post column on the Rod Blagojevich “show.”

found by Richard M. Morse
Manhattan
14.08.2010
 
GM's 1955 Powerama, found by Dave Strohmaier 10.08.2010

 
 
GaumontRAMA on the facade of a Paris's cinema around 1992. Image by Thomas Hauerslev
 
 
Wein-O-Rama was founded in 1962 in Cranston, RI and, other than the prices, very little has changed since that day.

And what’s a weiner? It’s smaller than a hot dog with cut (rather than tied off) ends and served in a steamed bun topped with mustard, meat sauce, chopped onions and celery salt. Delicious (but don’t look for one outside of Rhode Island)!

found by Richard M. Morse
Manhattan
06.08.2010
 
 
Psycho-Rama, found by Paul Rayton 01.07.2010
 
 
Parlorama web site - found by Ramon Lamarca, 02.07.2010  
Teatre Poliorama

How could I forget about this one, it is in Barcelona!

Teatre Poliorama

But it predates Cinerama by many years, it was inaugurated as Cinema Poliorama in 1906, is still open, as a theatre only. Ramon Lamarca 26.04.2010
 
 
Farmerama

Discovered at the same time by August Hauerslev and Ramon Lamarca 24.04.2010

 
 
Neatorama found by the editor, March 2010
 
 
Adorama found by Paul Rayton 14.03.2010
 
 
Striparama  - not to be confused with Striparama (see March 2008)

Cover girl is Tura Satana, star of "Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill!" (1965). Found by Christian Appelt, 17.02.2010
 
 
Game based on film "Cars" called Race-O-Rama

Cartoon found by August Hauerslev December 2009
 
 
danzarama

Found by Ramon Lamarca, 05.01.2010
 
 
Hydrorama

Cartoon found by August Hauerslev December 2009
 
 
 
see 2008 "Rama" - In all it's screen splendour!
see 2009
"Rama" - In all it's screen splendour!
 
 
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