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Cinerama Holiday

Cinerama Holiday
Directed by Robert L. Bendick
Philippe De Lacy
Music by Morton Gould with additional music by Jack Shaindlin and Nathan Van Cleave
Cinematography Joseph C. Brun
Harry Squire
Edited by Jack McCay
Fredrick Y. Smith
Les Zackling
Distributed by Cinerama Releasing Corp.
Release dates 1955
Country United States
Language English
Box office $10 million (US)[1]

Cinerama Holiday is a 1955 film shot in Cinerama. Structured as a criss-cross travelogue, it shows an American couple traveling in Europe and a European couple traveling in the U.S. Like all of the original Cinerama productions, the emphasis is on spectacle and scenery. The European sequences, for example, include a point-of-view bobsled ride, while the U.S. sequences include a point-of-view landing on an Aircraft carrier. It was enormously popular.[2] Largely unseen for decades, it was released on Blu-ray in 2013, restored and remastered from the original camera negatives.

References

  1. ^ "The Top Box-Office Hits of 1955", Variety Weekly (January 25, 1956)
  2. ^ Cinerama Holiday at Cinerama Website

External links

  • Cinerama Holiday at IMDB
  • Cinerama Holiday at TCMDB
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