The Internet's most comprehensive source for information on Cinerama, CinemaScope, VistaVision, Superscope, Todd-AO, Super Panavision, Cinemiracle, Technirama, Ultra Panavision, Vitaphone, Optical Sound, Magnetic Sound, Technicolor, Cinecolor, Dufaycolor, Pathé color, you know, the OLD stuff!

In the Cyber Museum we feature extensive coverage of Cinerama, CinemaScope, Technirama, Panavision, Vistavision, Superscope, Todd-AO, Technicolor, Cinecolor, Kinemacolor and other motion picture photographic processes. The web site also features a great deal of historic material on the development of early motion picture sound systems of the variable area and variable density optical soundtracks, plus Vitaphone sound on disc motion picture audio systems.


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If film credits such as:
Photographed in Technicolor ®
A   C i n e m a S c o p e   P r o d u c t i o n
Produced in Todd-AO ®
Filmed in Ultra Panavision 70 ®

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Panavision Panaflex Gold II Camera on Panahead
The prized jewel in the hardware collection of The American WideScreen Museum.
Panaflex Gold II camera donated by Panavision, Inc.
Many thanks to David Kenig and the staff at Panavision.





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