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Motion pictures photographed in Ultra Panavision 70

"On "Battle of the Bulge" I did not have the choice of the system, but one of the things that helped me decide me to make this movie was the chance to show tanks looking like monsters, coming out of the ground and towering over the puny, small "human insects". Then, of course, I had to show how the human beings actually win the battle. That was my concept and I could only achieve it on a system like Ultra Panavision 70".

Ken Annakin, The 70mm Newsletter, July 2001


Title

Released

Cinema

Notes

Raintree County
 
02.10.1957
 
Brown, Louisville, USA
 
MGM Camera 65. Released only in 35mm. Cameras from the 1930s and re-designed by MGM Camera Dept.
 
Ben Hur
 
18.11.1959
 
State, NYC, USA
 
MGM Camera 65
 
Mutiny on the Bounty”
 
08.11.1962
 
State, New York, USA
 
It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World
 
07.11.1963
 
Cinerama Dome, Los Angeles, USA
 
Premiered "In Cinerama"
 
The Fall of the Roman Empire
 
24.03.1964
 
Astoria, London, England
 
“The Greatest Story Ever Told”
 
15.02.1965
 
Warner, NYC, USA
 
Premiered "In Cinerama"
 
“The Hallelujah Trail”
 
23.06.1965
 
Warner, LA, USA
 
Premiered "In Cinerama"
 
“Battle of the Bulge”
 
16.12.1965
 
Cinerama Dome, Los Angeles, USA
 
Premiered "In Cinerama"
 
Khartoum
 
09.06.1966
 
Casino, London, England
 
Premiered "In Cinerama"
 
"The Hateful Eight"


 
07.12.2015

 
Cinerama Dome, Los Angeles, USA

7OMM Roadshow Release 25.12.2015

 
7OMM Theatre List

Production Notes

FotoKem made 120 7OMM prints from 1 inter negative

 
    

Miscellaneous

   
How The West Was Won

(Process shots and certain sequences)
 
02.11.1962
 
Casino, London, England
 
Parts only, rest in 3-strip Cinerama


 
An Homage To D. W. Griffith
(Short  film)

 
27.02.1989
 
Tokyo, Nippon Budokan
 
 
    

Ultra Panavision 70 lenses also used for:

   
Star Wars Anthology: Rogue One
 
16.12.2016
 
-Shot digitally. Unconfirmed
 
    
Assistant contributors on some large format lists includes Michael Coate, David Coles, Jeffrey L. Johnson, Scott Marshall, Tak Miagishima, Rick Mitchell, Dan Scherlock, Richard Vetter and Ingolf Vonau.

Based on material found in many sources, including trade papers, Variety, Wide Screen Movies (Robert E. Carr & R. Michael Hayes) and Four Aspects of The Film (James L Limbacher)
 

Online: 02-06-1999. Updated: 09-08-2022