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"Rama" - In all it's screen splendour!
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The 70mm Newsletter
Collected by readers of in70mm.comDate: 01.01.2012. 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
2010-A-Rama
2011-A-Rama
2013-A-Rama
2014-A_Rama

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Salmon-A-Rama

Found by Richard M. Morse
Manhattan, 01.12.2012
 
 
Guitarama

Found by Charlotte Hauerslev, 10.11.2012
 
 
Realorama

Click the image to see an enlargement

This is the REALORAMA, made in the 1950s by the David White Company, most well-known for the Stereo Realist 3-D camera. Though the company was well-behind stereoscopic imaging, this product shows it did not ignore CINERAMA.
 
 
Realorama

Click the image to see an enlargement

Viewing the slides on a concave mirror imparts that "curved screen" sense of depth hallmark of the motion picture process, but works equally well on vertical format slides as with those composed horizontally.

Found by Hillary Hess
York, Pennsylvania, USA, 15.11.2012
 
 
Stereo-Rama

Produced in Italy in the 1950s and ‘60s, Stereo-Rama reels were compatible with ViewMasters.

Found by Richard M. Morse
Manhattan, 14.11.2012
 
 
World-O-Rama game, ca 1958

Found by Richard M. Morse
Manhattan, 19.10.2012
 
 
Wonderama

Ten years before he used the socalled "Super-Cinerama" (actually Ultra-Panavison) for his epic comedy "It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World" (1963) Stanley Kramer offered audiences "The first in Wonderama" when he made his strange fantasy musical "The 5000 Fingers of Dr. T.". Well, due to the somewhat weird quality of this film it turned out to be an instant flop (though it found its devoted following over the years) and "people stayed away in droves".
However the attached poster would fit well into your funny collections of all kinds of Ramas on your website.

Cheers from Berlin (where we enjoy the re-relase of summer these days)

Found by Thomas David Boehm, Berlin, Germany, 19.10.2012
 
 
Rama margarine ad circa 1970, Germany

Found by Richard M. Morse
Manhattan, 12.10.2012
 
 
Ultra Tiki-Rama, a drinks bar in Los Angeles, USA

Found by Mark Lyndon
25.09.2012

 
 
DonutOrama

Found this in downtown Portland, Oregon.

Found 21.09.2012 by Morgan Montague of Hillsboro, Oregon (USA).
 
 
DonutOrama

Found this in downtown Portland, Oregon.

Found 21.09.2012 by Morgan Montague of Hillsboro, Oregon (USA).
 
 
DonutOrama

Found this in downtown Portland, Oregon.

Found 21.09.2012 by Morgan Montague of Hillsboro, Oregon (USA).
 
 
Disk-O-Rama

Found by Richard M. Morse
Manhattan
01.09.2012

 
 
Panoramastrasse (Panorama Street) in Berlin, Germany

Found by Mark Lyndon

12.08.2012

 
 
Eat-O-Rama

Found by Richard M. Morse
Manhattan
01.08.2012

 
 
MonroeRama

Found by Maria Hauerslev, July 2012

 
 
HockeyRama: 1968 promotion from Kellogs.

Found by Richard M. Morse
Manhattan
03.07.2012

 
 
Train-O-Ramas

From Newbisco Shredded Wheat (1956)

Found by Richard M. Morse
Manhattan
06.06.2012

 
 
Diaporama

Found by Maria Hauerslev
09.05.2012
 
 
Band-O-Rama

Album from a 1964 Band-O-Rama at an Oshkosh, Wisconsin Junior School (which exact one is unknown: Merrill, South Park, Webster Stanley – possibly all three).

Found by Richard M. Morse
Manhattan
03.05.2012
 
 
Megarama

Megarama cinema in Marocco. Found by Ramon Lamarca, 21.04.2012
 
 
Skate-A-Rama

Souvenir mug given away at the 1972 grand opening of the "Skate-A-Rama" roller skating rink in Shepherdsville, Kentucky.

Found by Richard M. Morse
Manhattan
01.04.2012


 
 
Piratorama

Here is another rama, found by chance on the website of the Pirate Party of Saarland.

Kind regards
Albert Knapp
 
 
Tapetorama, two shops in Malmö, Sweden, specialising in wallpapers and other interior design elements. Tapet = Wallpaper in Swedish.

tapetorama.se/

Found by Anders M. Olsson, Lund. 10.03.2012
 
 
Cararama. Found by David Slack, 07.03.2012 
Danzarama

Restaurante "danzarama" en Barcelona (España)

Found by Gabriel Gassol
05.03.2012
 
 
Sketchorama

Found by Dick Vaughan, Bradford, 03.03.2012

 
 
Cycle-Rama '73

1973 ad for a tour featuring motorcycle daredevil Evel Knievel (a Guinness Book of World Records holder as “survivor of most broken bones [433] in a lifetime”). Note: Knievel died of pulmonary disease at the age of 69.

Found by Richard M. Morse
Manhattan
03.03.2012

 
 
Triarama, the name of a 3 sided display

Found by Gerhard Witte, Berlin, 29.02.2012

 
 
Triarama, advert for Constantin's film "Love in 3-D" (FRG 1973) filmed in "Hi-Fi Stereo 70" and presented in 70mm 3D and Triarama.

Found by Gerhard Witte, Berlin, 29.02.2012

 
 
First annual Motorama in November 1950 - predates Cinerama by nearly 2 years.

Found by Lars-Olof Anfelter in Sweden 28.02.2012

 
 
Chillerama

21.02.2012, Just discovered for your "RAMA" collection. Gerhard Witte, Berlin, Germany:

BUYSOUNDTRAX Records presents Tim Sullivan’s CHILLERAMA: I WAS A TEENAGE WEREBEAR
Original Motion Picture Soundtrack. Music By Patrick Copeland and Various Artists

 
 
Silver-Rama

Founded in January of 1968 as “SPOONorama News & Views,” the magazine was retitled in June of that year as “SPOONorama and Silver Vistas” (which lasted until January of 1969 when it became known as “Silver-rama”). In January of 1971 it was dubbed “The Magazine Silver” – which lasted until January of 1984 when it was christened “Silver Magazine” (which it remains to this day).

Found by Richard M. Morse
Manhattan
07.02.2012
 
 
"Auto-Rama" game

Found by Richard M. Morse
Manhattan
31.01.2012
 
 
Scout-O-Rama, Camp-O-Rama and Railrama

Found by Dan Fleetham Jr., BSA Retired
31.01.2012
 
 
"Banjo-Rama" 1966 LP

Found by Richard M. Morse
Manhattan
12.01.2012
 
 
 
 
  
 
 
see 2008 "Rama" - In all it's screen splendour!
see 2009 "Rama" - In all it's screen splendour!
see 2010 "Rama" - In all it's screen splendour!
see 2011 "Rama" - In all it's screen splendour!

 
 
 
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