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“Top Gun”: The North American 70mm Engagements
“Up there with the best of the best.”

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Compiled by: Michael Coate Date: 26.10.2019
The following is a reference / historical listing of the 70-millimeter presentations of “Top Gun” in North America. These were the cinemas worth seeking out to experience this motion picture.

“Top Gun” was among sixteen confirmed first-run films released in 1986 with 70mm prints for selected engagements. Approximately one-hundred twenty-five 70mm prints of the film were struck for distribution in North America and represented about 12% of the film’s total initial print run. The Don Simpson/Jerry Bruckheimer production and Paramount release — directed by Tony Scott (“Days of Thunder,” “The Last Boy Scout”) and starring Tom Cruise and Kelly McGillis — opened May 16th.

Pre-release screenings included a 70mm sneak preview held May 10th in numerous locales (many of which were a double feature with Paramount’s 35mm “Blue City” or “Fire with Fire”). Benefit premieres and invitational previews were held in numerous locales May 12th (New York), 13th (San Diego), 14th (?), 15th (Los Angeles + numerous others ) and 18th (Washington, DC).

For the release of “Top Gun,” Paramount employed the services of Lucasfilm’s Theatre Alignment Program (TAP) to evaluate and approve the theaters selected to book a 70mm print.

The 70mm prints of “Top Gun” featured Six-Track Dolby Stereo (“A” encoded Baby Boom format with a Split-Surround playback option) and full-frame imagery blown up from Super-35.

Paramount circulated a 70mm Six-Track Dolby coming-attraction teaser trailer for “The Golden Child” during the initial weeks of the release of “Top Gun.” Over the course of the movie’s lengthy run, Paramount circulated additional 70mm Six-Track Dolby trailers including “Children of a Lesser God,” “Critical Condition,” “‘Crocodile’ Dundee,” “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off,” “Friday the 13th Part VI: Jason Lives,” “Heartburn,” “Some Kind of Wonderful,” “Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home” and “The Whoopee Boys.” Other studios circulated 70mm trailers during this period, as well. Ultimately, any 70mm trailers screened during 70mm presentations of “Top Gun” varied by venue and screening.

The duration of the engagements (measured in weeks) has been included in parenthesis following the applicable cinema name.

ALBERTA
Calgary — Famous Players’ Palliser Square Twin (22)
Calgary — Famous Players’ Sunridge 5 (21)
Edmonton — Famous Players’ Paramount (9)
Edmonton — Famous Players’ Westmall 5 (32)

ARIZONA
Tucson — Mann’s Buena Vista Twin (19) [70mm unconfirmed]

ARKANSAS
Little Rock — UA’s Cinema 150 (30)

BRITISH COLUMBIA
Burnaby — Famous Players’ Lougheed Mall Triplex (28)
Vancouver — Famous Players’ Stanley (28) [THX]
Victoria — Famous Players’ Coronet (9)

CALIFORNIA
Berkeley — Cinerama’s Berkeley (10)
Burlingame — Syufy’s Hyatt Triplex (20)
Corte Madera — Marin’s Cinema (11)
Costa Mesa — Edwards’ South Coast Plaza Triplex (22)
Daly City — Plitt’s Plaza Twin (20) [THX]
Fremont — Syufy’s Cinedome East 8 (35)
Glendora — Mann’s Glendora 6 (31) [70mm from Week 16]
Laguna Hills — Edwards/SoCal’s Laguna Hills Mall Triplex (32) [70mm from Week 22]
Lakewood — Pacific’s Lakewood Center 4 (25)
Los Angeles — Mann’s Chinese Triplex (6) [THX]
Los Angeles — Mann’s National (7) [THX]
Los Angeles — Mann’s Valley West 6 (20) [70mm from Week 14]
Monrovia — Mann’s Huntington Oaks 6 (23) [70mm from Week 22]
Montclair — Pacific’s Montclair Triplex (25)
Newport Beach — Edwards’ Newport Twin (10)
Orange — Syufy’s Cinedome 6 (20)
Pinole — Syufy’s Century 9 (27) [70mm from Week 13]
Sacramento — Syufy’s Century 6 (#1: 22)
Sacramento — Syufy’s Century 6 (#2: 2) [interlock]
Sacramento — Syufy’s Cinedome 8 (#1: 30)
Sacramento — Syufy’s Cinedome 8 (#2: 2) [interlock]
San Diego — Mann’s Loma (28)
San Diego — Pacific’s Cinerama (20)
San Francisco — Blumenfeld’s Regency I (10)
San Jose — Syufy’s Town & Country (22)
Temple City — Edwards’ Temple 4 (20) [70mm from Week 14]
Torrance — Mann’s Old Towne 6 (30)
Ventura — Mann’s Buenaventura 6 (28) [70mm from Week 16]
West Covina — SoCal’s Eastland 5 (21) [70mm from Week 17]

COLORADO
Denver — Mann’s Century 21 (11) [THX]

CONNECTICUT
East Hartford — Redstone’s Showcase 9 (25)

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
Washington — K-B’s Cinema (10) [opened May 19th]

FLORIDA
Fort Myers — Cobb’s Bell Tower 6 (40) [70mm from Week 18]
Kendall — AMC’s Town & Country 10 (25)
North Miami Beach — Wometco’s 163rd Street Triplex (25)
Tampa — Plitt’s University Collection 6 (25) [70mm unconfirmed]
Winter Park — Wometco’s Winter Park Triplex (21)

GEORGIA
Atlanta — GTC’s Lenox Square 6 (26)
Kennesaw — Storey’s Town Center 8 (24) [opened May 23rd]
Savannah — Litchfield’s Tara 4 (1+)
Tucker — AMC’s Northlake Festival 8 (25)

HAWAII
Honolulu — Consolidated’s Waikiki Twin (21) [HPS-4000]

ILLINOIS
Belleville — BAC’s Cinema 4 (9)
Calumet City — Plitt’s River Oaks 8 (8)
Chicago — Plitt’s Carnegie (7)
Lombard — GCC’s Yorktown 6 (27) [THX]
Schaumburg — Plitt’s Woodfield 9 (25)
Skokie — M&R’s Old Orchard 4 (11)

INDIANA
Fort Wayne — Mallers-Spirou’s Holiday Twin (1+)

IOWA
Des Moines — Dubinsky’s River Hills (31) [70mm from Week 8]

KANSAS
Overland Park — Dickinson’s Glenwood 4 (23)

KENTUCKY
Louisville — Redstone’s Showcase 11 (32)

LOUISIANA
Metairie — Cobb’s Lakeside 4 (22)

MANITOBA
Winnipeg — Famous Players’ Metropolitan (9)

MARYLAND
Baltimore — Durkee’s Senator (20)
Greenbelt — AMC’s Academy 14 (#1: 30) [opened May 19th]
Greenbelt — AMC’s Academy 14 (#2: 3) [opened May 19th]
Timonium — Loews’ Timonium Triplex (May 10th sneak preview only)
Woodlawn — GCC’s Security Square Mall 4 (13)

MASSACHUSETTS
Boston — USA’s Charles Triplex (8)

MICHIGAN
Ann Arbor — UA’s Fox Village 4 (1+)
Bloomfield — Redstone’s Showcase 10 (25)
Burton — Redstone’s Showcase 6 (8)
Cascade — Redstone’s Showcase 9 (1+)
Dearborn — UA’s The Movies at Fairlane 10 (32)
Farmington Hills — SDT’s Old Orchard Triplex (9) [70mm from Week 3]
Harper Woods — SDT’s Eastland 7 (25)
Southfield — SDT’s Northland Twin (5)
Sterling Heights — Redstone’s Showcase 11 (24)

MINNESOTA
Maplewood — UA’s The Movies at Maplewood II 6 (1+)

MISSOURI
Chesterfield — Wehrenberg’s Clarkson 6 (23)
Independence — Mid-America’s Blue Ridge East 5 (7)
Kansas City — Commonwealth’s Bannister Mall 5 (22)

NEVADA
Las Vegas — Syufy’s Parkway Triplex (42)

NEW YORK
New York — Loews’ 34th Street Showplace Triplex (6)
New York — Loews’ 84th Street 6 (7)
New York — Loews’ Astor Plaza (7)
New York — Loews’ Orpheum Twin (7)
New York — Loews’ State Twin (May 10th sneak preview only)

NORTH CAROLINA
Raleigh — Litchfield’s Mission Valley 5 (28)

NOVA SCOTIA
Halifax — Famous Players’ Scotia Square (1+)

OHIO
Cincinnati — Redstone’s Showcase Eastgate 8 (31) [70mm from Week 7]
Columbus — GCC’s Northland 8 (32) [THX]
Dayton — Chakeres’ Dayton Mall 8 (35)
Mentor — NTC’s Great Lakes Mall 5 (28)
North Olmsted — NTC’s Great Northern 7 (28) [THX] (70mm from Week 20)
Springdale — Redstone’s Showcase 8 (38)
Toledo — Redstone’s Showcase 5 (31)
Whitehall — Chakeres’ Cinema East (19) [70mm from Week 8]

OKLAHOMA
Oklahoma City — Commonwealth’s Quail Twin (22)
Tulsa — UA’s Boman Twin (1+)

ONTARIO
Hamilton — Famous Players’ Tivoli (1+)
London — Famous Players’ Park (1+)
Mississauga — Famous Players’ Square One 4 (8)
North York — Famous Players’ Town & Countrye Twin (9)
Ottawa — Famous Players’ Elgin Twin (22)
Scarborough — Famous Players’ Cedarbrae 6 (9)
Toronto — Famous Players’ Cumberland 4 (4) [La Reserve]
Toronto — Famous Players’ Eglinton (7) [THX]
Toronto — Famous Players’ Runnymede Twin (9)
Toronto — Famous Players’ University (9)

OREGON
Portland — Moyer’s Bagdad Triplex (28) [HPS-4000]
Wilsonville — Moyer’s Grand Parkway 5 (30) [70mm from Week 12] [HPS-4000]

PENNSYLVANIA
Montgomeryville — Budco’s 309 4 (25)
Philadelphia — Budco’s Orleans 8 (25)
Philadelphia — Sameric’s Sam’s Place Twin (6)

QUEBEC
Dorval — United’s Dorval Triplex (7)
Laval — United’s Laval 5 (7)
Montreal — United’s Imperial (9) [THX]

TENNESSEE
Knoxville — Simpson’s Capri 4 (31)
Nashville — Carmike’s Belle Meade (25)

TEXAS
Addison — UA’s Prestonwood Creek 5 (28) [THX]
Arlington — Loews’ Lincoln Square 6 (22)
Austin — AMC’s Americana (10)
Austin — Presidio’s Arbor 4 (25) [THX]
Dallas — Loews’ Park Central 4 (1+)
Dallas — UA’s Cine Twin (1+)
Dallas — UA’s Walnut Hill 6 (21)
Fort Worth — UA’s Hulen 6 (31) [THX] [renovated to 10-plex during run]
Houston — Plitt’s West Oaks 7 (28)
Houston — Plitt’s Woodlake Triplex (22)
Hurst — UA’s North East 6 (24) [THX]
Mesquite — AMC’s Towne Crossing 8 (1+)
San Antonio — Santikos’ Galaxy 10 (31) [THX]
San Antonio — Santikos’ Northwest 10 (26) [THX]

UTAH
Salt Lake City — Mann’s Villa (20)
Salt Lake City — Plitt’s Centre (20)

VIRGINIA
Richmond — NTI’s Ridge 7 (31)
Springfield — GCC’s Springfield Mall 6 (22) [THX] (opened May 19th)

WASHINGTON
Bellevue — SRO’s Factoria 5 (1+)
Lynnwood — SRO’s Grand Alderwood 8 (1+)
Seattle — SRO’s Cinerama (15)
Seattle — SRO’s Oak Tree 6 (1+) [THX]
Spokane — SRO’s Lyons Avenue 4 (31)
Tacoma — SRO’s Tacoma Mall Twin (20)
Tukwila — SRO’s Lewis & Clark 7 (1+)

WISCONSIN
Brookfield — GCC’s Brookfield Square Twin (12)
Greenfield — Capitol’s Spring Mall 4 (27) [70mm from Week 13]
Madison — Marcus’ Eastgate 6 (28) [70mm from Week 16]

Note that some of the presentations included in this listing may have been presented in 35mm during the latter week(s) of engagement due to contractual terms or print damage and the distributor’s unwillingness to supply a 70mm replacement print or because the booking was moved to a non-70mm-equipped auditorium within a multiplex. As well, the reverse may have been true in some cases whereas a booking began with a 35mm print because the lab was unable to complete the 70mm print order in time for an opening-day delivery or the exhibitor negotiated a mid-run switch to 70mm. In these cases, any 35mm portion of the engagement (or movement out of a branded auditorium) has been included in the duration figure.

SUBSEQUENT 70MM ENGAGEMENTS & SCREENINGS

1986-07-02 … Indianapolis, IN — Y&W’s Eastwood (6)
1986-07-02 … Los Angeles, CA — Mann’s Regent (5)
1986-07-02 … Toronto, ON — Famous Players’ Palace Triplex (4)
1986-07-11 … Burton, MI — Redstone’s Eastland Twin (19) [re-named Courtland during run]
1986-07-17 … Toronto, ON — Famous Players’ Uptown 5 (20)
1986-07-18 … Montreal, QC — United’s Palace 6 (20)
1986-07-18 … Vancouver, BC — Famous Players’ Denman Place (5)
1986-07-25 … San Francisco, CA — Blumenfeld’s Regency III (10)
1986-07-25 … Washington, DC — GCC’s Jenifer Twin (4)
1986-08-01 … San Rafael, CA — Marin’s Regency 6 (15)
1986-08-08 … Los Angeles, CA — Mann’s National (7) [THX]
1986-08-29 … Beverly Hills, CA — AMPAS’ Goldwyn [Dolby “Split Surround” demo]
1986-08-29 … Fort Worth, TX — Cinemark’s Ridglea (8)
1986-08-29 … Newmarket, ON — Famous Players’ Glenway 5 (5)
1986-08-29 … Scarborough, ON — Famous Players’ Cedarbrae 8 (14)
1986-08-29 … Toronto, ON — Famous Players’ Palace Triplex (4)
1986-08-29 … Victoria, BC — Famous Players’ Coronet (6)
1986-08-29 … Winnipeg, MB — Famous Players’ Northstar Twin (8)
1986-09-05 … Calumet City, IL — Plitt’s River Oaks 8 (6)
1986-09-05 … Chicago, IL — M&R’s Hyde Park Triplex (1)
1986-09-05 … Los Angeles, CA — Pacific’s Cinerama Dome (5)
1986-09-12 … Birmingham, AL — Cobb’s Village East Twin (4)
1986-09-12 … Skokie, IL — M&R’s Old Orchard 4 (3)
1986-09-26 … Los Angeles, CA — Mann’s Bruin (1) [THX]
1986-10-03 … Albuquerque, NM — Commonwealth’s Winrock 6 (14) [THX]
1986-10-03 … Orange, CA — Syufy’s City Center 4 (6)
1986-10-03 … South Salt Lake, UT — Syufy’s Century 5 (4)
1986-10-03 … South San Francisco, CA — Syufy’s Century Plaza 8 (8)
1986-10-08 … Los Angeles, CA — Pacific’s Hollywood Pacific Triplex (2)
1986-10-10 … Fairview Heights, IL — Wehrenberg’s St. Clair 10 (11)
1986-10-17 … Sacramento, CA — Syufy’s Capitol 4 (6)
1986-10-17 … San Jose, CA — Syufy’s Century 22 Triplex (6)
1986-10-24 … Homewood, IL — Plitt’s Diana 4 (1)
1986-10-24 … Houston, TX — GCC’s Galleria 4 (1)
1986-10-31 … Winnipeg, MB — Cineplex Odeon’s Towne 8 (23)
1986-11-21 … Bedford, TX — UA’s Bedford 10 (4) [THX]
1986-11-21 … Downers Grove, IL — Classic Cinemas’ Tivoli (3)
1986-11-21 … Newport Beach, CA — Edwards’ Newport Twin (1)
1986-11-26 … San Jose, CA — Syufy’s Century 24 Twin (1)
1986-11-26 … Vancouver, BC — Famous Players’ Capitol 6 (4)
1986-12-05 … City of Industry, CA — Mann’s Puente Hills 6 (1) [THX]
1986-12-05 … San Diego, CA — Mann’s Cinema 21 (1)
1986-12-05 … San Francisco, CA — Plitt’s Northpoint (2)
1986-12-05 … San Jose, CA — Syufy’s Century 25 Twin (1+)
1986-12-12 … Citrus Heights, CA — UA’s Greenback Lane 6 (8) [THX]
1986-12-19 … Colorado Springs, CO — Commonwealth’s Cooper Triplex (8)
1986-12-19 … Los Angeles, CA — Mann’s Studio (1) [w/ “The Color of Money”]
1986-12-?? … Littleton, CO — Commonwealth’s Cooper 7 (1+) [HPS-4000]

1987-03-04 … Toronto, ON — Cinesphere (12 days) [70mm festival]
1987-06-09 … Atlanta, GA — Fox [10th annual summer film festival]

1988-01-20 … Toronto, ON — Cinesphere (12 days) [70mm festival]
1988-03-25 … Edmonton, AB — Cineplex Odeon’s Meadowlark (1) [70mm festival]
1988-11-13 … Los Angeles, CA — Pacific’s Cinerama Dome [venue 25th anniversary festival]
1988-12-10 … Los Angeles, CA — GCC’s Fallbrook 7 (2 days) [THX]

1989-02-15 … Toronto, ON — Cinesphere (5 days) [70mm festival]

1990-01-10 … Toronto, ON — Cinesphere (5 days) [70mm festival]
1990-03-31 … Toronto, ON — Cinesphere (2 days) [70mm festival]

1991-03-06 … Toronto, ON — Cinesphere (5 days) [70mm festival]

1992-01-29 … Toronto, ON — Cinesphere (11 days) [70mm festival]
1992-03-30 … Vancouver, BC — CN IMAX (4 days) [70mm festival]
1992-10-18 … Los Angeles, CA — AMC’s Century 14 [retro festival]
1992-10-22 … Los Angeles, CA — AMC’s Century 14 [retro festival]

1993-02-13 … Toronto, ON — Cinesphere (2 days) [70mm festival]
1993-02-19 … Vancouver, BC — CN IMAX (2 days) [weekend 70mm series]
1993-02-26 … Vancouver, BC — CN IMAX (2 days) [weekend 70mm series]
1993-10-02 … Edmonton, AB — Famous Players’ Paramount (midnight) [THX]
1993-10-09 … Vancouver, BC — Famous Players’ Capitol 6 [latenight 70mm series]

1994-03-05 … Toronto, ON — Cinesphere (2 days) [70mm festival]
1994-03-19 … Edmonton, AB — Famous Players’ Paramount (midnight) [THX]

1995-02-25 … Toronto, ON — Cinesphere (2 days) [70mm festival]

1996-05-15 … Toronto, ON — Cinesphere (5 days) [70mm festival]
1996-07-11 … Toronto, ON — Cinesphere (4 days) [70mm festival]
1996-09-06 … Chicago, IL — Navy Pier IMAX (2 days) [latenight series]
1996-12-26 … Toronto, ON — Cinesphere (5 days) [70mm festival]

1997-02-21 … Los Angeles, CA — Mann’s Plaza [Fri-Sat-Sun midnight]
1997-08-22 … Chicago, IL — Navy Pier IMAX (1) [latenight series]
1997-10-08 … Toronto, ON — Cinesphere (3 days) [70mm festival]

1998-05-22 … Chicago, IL — Navy Pier IMAX (1) [latenight series]
1998-08-21 … Chicago, IL — Navy Pier IMAX (1) [latenight series]
1998-09-04 … Indianapolis, IN — White River State Park IMAX (10 days) [Planet Hollywood Film Festival]
1998-12-26 … Toronto, ON — Cinesphere (5 days) [70mm festival]

1999-04-02 … Los Angeles, CA — Mann’s Plaza [Fri-Sat-Sun midnight]
1999-12-?? … Addison, TX — Granada Prestonwood 5 [70mm series]

2000-07-15 … Austin, TX — Paramount (2 days) [70mm festival]

2002-03-01 … Columbia Heights, MN — Heights [70mm series]

2007-05-05 … Los Angeles, CA — AMPAS’ Linwood Dunn*
2007-10-07 … Seattle, WA — Cinerama [70mm fest]
2007-10-09 … Seattle, WA — Cinerama [70mm fest]

2008-12-21 … Los Angeles, CA — Laemmle’s Royal [70th anniversary festival]

2011-07-28 … Santa Monica, CA — American Cinematheque’s Aero [70mm series]

2012-10-25 … Santa Monica, CA — American Cinematheque’s Aero [Tony Scott tribute; w/ “Days of Thunder”]

2016-05-27 … Columbus, OH — Gateway Film Center 8

2017-07-01 … Los Angeles, CA — American Cinematheque’s Egyptian (canceled)
2017-07-05 … Los Angeles, CA — American Cinematheque’s Egyptian
2017-07-07 … Chicago, IL — Music Box [70mm festival]
2017-07-12 … Chicago, IL — Music Box [70mm festival]
2017-08-30 … Seattle, WA — Cinerama [70mm festival]
2017-09-04 … Seattle, WA — Cinerama [70mm festival]
2017-09-27 … Somerville, MA — Somerville [70mm & Widescreen festival]

2018-12-08 … Portland, OR — Hollywood [70mm series]

* Screened in 35mm with interlocked six-track audio during the Sound Behind the Image series

The information in this article was principally referenced from film industry trade publications, regional newspaper promotion, print enclosures, TAP records, and Dolby records. Special thanks to David Ayers, Don Beelik, Mark Campbell, Bill Kallay, Bill Kretzel, Mark Lensenmayer, Stan Malone, Tim O’Neill, Joe Oenthal, and an extra special thank-you to all of the librarians who helped with this project. This article is based upon a previously-published article at TheDigitalBits.com (https://thedigitalbits.com/columns/history-legacy--showmanship/mighty-wings-remembering-top-gun-30th).

International 70mm presentations of this title have not been accounted for in this article.


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