Cinerama Dome and ArcLight Hollywood

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JSA
JSA on March 6, 2008 at 5:53 pm

Two things come to mind when going over the Arclight Era list. One, what was screened during the “best of” showcase week (2/14/03)? The second, wasn’t the “Amadeus” re-issue a full digital presentation?

JSA

kencmcintyre
kencmcintyre on March 6, 2008 at 4:55 pm

I drove by the dome a few days ago, for the first time since they built all the retail around it. Quite a difference heading down Sunset from the west. When the dome was surrounded by parking lots, the first glimpse was striking. Now you have to wait until the middle of the block to see the theater. Too bad.

Coate
Coate on March 6, 2008 at 3:33 pm

Part IV: The ArcLight Era

Compiled by Michael Coate

Here are the bookings for the DOME upon the re-opening as the ArcLight Cinemas multiplex through the end of 2003.

03.22.2002 … E.T. THE EXTRA-TERRESTRIAL (RE, 2 weeks, Dolby Digital)
04.05.2002 … AMADEUS (RE, “Director’s Cut,” 2 weeks, Dolby Digital)
04.19.2002 … THE LORD OF THE RINGS: THE FELLOWSHIP OF THE RING (MO, 2 weeks, Dolby Digital)
05.03.2002 … SPIDER-MAN (3 weeks, SDDS-8)
05.24.2002 … SPIRIT: STALLION OF THE CIMARRON (2 weeks, Dolby Digital)
06.07.2002 … DIVINE SECRETS OF THE YA-YA SISTERHOOD (1 week, Dolby Digital)
06.14.2002 … THE BOURNE IDENTITY (1 week, Dolby Digital)
06.21.2002 … MINORITY REPORT (5 weeks, Dolby Digital)
07.26.2002 … AUSTIN POWERS IN GOLDMEMBER (2 weeks, Dolby Digital)
08.09.2002 … XXX (6 weeks, Dolby Digital)
09.20.2002 … BALLISTIC: ECKS VS. SEVER (1 week, Dolby Digital)
09.25.2002 … LAWRENCE OF ARABIA (RE, 1 week, 70mm-Dolby Stereo SR)
10.04.2002 … THIS IS CINERAMA (RE, 2 weeks, Cinerama)
10.18.2002 … THE RING (2 weeks, Dolby Digital)
11.01.2002 … I SPY (1 week, Dolby Digital)
11.08.2002 … 8 MILE (2 weeks, Dolby Digital)
11.22.2002 … DIE ANOTHER DAY (4 weeks, Dolby Digital)
12.18.2002 … THE LORD OF THE RINGS: THE TWO TOWERS (8 weeks, Dolby Digital)

02.14.2003 … The Cinerama Dome’s “Best Of” Showcase (1 week)
02.21.2003 … GODS AND GENERALS (1 week, Dolby Digital)
02.28.2003 … GANGS OF NEW YORK (MO, 1 week, Dolby Digital)
03.07.2003 … TEARS OF THE SUN (2 weeks, Dolby Digital)
03.20.2003 … GANGS OF NEW YORK (RE, 1 day, Dolby Digital)
03.21.2003 … CHICAGO (RE, 1 day, Dolby Digital)
03.22.2003 … THE LORD OF THE RINGS: THE TWO TOWERS (RE, 1 day, Dolby Digital)
03.23.2003 … CHICAGO (RE, 3 days, Dolby Digital)
03.28.2003 … BASIC (1 week, Dolby Digital)
04.04.2003 … A MAN APART (1 week, Dolby Digital)
04.11.2003 … ANGER MANAGEMENT (2 weeks, Dolby Digital)
04.25.2003 … IDENTITY (4 weeks, Dolby Digital)
05.23.2003 … BRUCE ALMIGHTY (3 weeks, Dolby Digital)
06.13.2003 … HOLLYWOOD HOMICIDE (1 week, Dolby Digital)
06.20.2003 … HULK (2 weeks, Dolby Digital)
07.02.2003 … LEGALLY BLONDE 2: RED, WHITE & BLONDE (2 weeks, Dolby Digital)
07.18.2003 … WHALE RIDER (MO, 1 week, Dolby Digital)
07.25.2003 … SEABISCUIT (3 weeks, Dolby Digital)
08.15.2003 … FREDDY VS. JASON (2 weeks, Dolby Digital)
08.29.2003 … JEEPERS CREEPERS 2 (1 week, Dolby Digital)
09.05.2003 … THE ORDER (1 week, Dolby Digital)
09.12.2003 … HOW THE WEST WAS WON (RE, 2 weeks, Cinerama)
09.26.2003 … SCARFACE (RE/MO, 2 weeks, Dolby Digital)
10.10.2003 … INTOLERABLE CRUELTY (1 week, Dolby Digital)
10.17.2003 … IT’S A MAD MAD MAD MAD WORLD (RE, 1 week, 70mm-DTS)
10.24.2003 … MYSTIC RIVER (MO, 1 week, Dolby Digital)
10.29.2003 … ALIEN (RE, “The Director’s Cut,” 2 weeks, Dolby Digital)
11.14.2003 … MASTER AND COMMANDER: THE FAR SIDE OF THE WORLD (1 week, Dolby Digital)
11.21.2003 … THE CAT IN THE HAT (2 weeks, Dolby Digital)
12.05.2003 … THE LORD OF THE RINGS: THE FELLOWSHIP OF THE RING (RE, 1 week, Dolby Digital)
12.12.2003 … THE LORD OF THE RINGS: THE TWO TOWERS (RE, 1 week, Dolby Digital)
12.17.2003 … THE LORD OF THE RINGS: THE RETURN OF THE KING (8 weeks, Dolby Digital)

For those readers interested in these playdate/booking history lists, I should mention that in addition to the DOME and NATIONAL lists, I’ve also posted playdate listings for other Los Angeles area theaters including the AVCO (Screen #1, 1972-1993) and the VILLAGE (1980s & 1990s). I also recently posted one for the CINE CAPRI in Phoenix, AZ.

kencmcintyre
kencmcintyre on February 24, 2008 at 7:35 pm

Here is a June 1976 ad from the LA Times:
http://tinyurl.com/2t8xkc

ZiegfeldMan
ZiegfeldMan on February 20, 2008 at 8:27 pm

Hi Rizzo:

I’m the patron saint of Clearview’s Ziegfeld-NYC’s premiere showcase. Glad to meet ya. My dream is to see HTWWW at the Dome. Are we on the same page? I’ve been researching Warners approaching DVD restoration release!! Please advise, I have to make my plane reservations.

haineshisway
haineshisway on February 13, 2008 at 12:52 am

BTW, while someone’s pal may have been thrilled at the sight of all those El Cid extras, I’m afraid this transfer is very sub-par – the color is off and looks nothing like it did when originally shown, and the lack of detail is bothersome – contrast is also not up to par – all viewable on the DVD.

Manwithnoname
Manwithnoname on February 12, 2008 at 5:45 pm

When Arclight opened there was lots of buzz about how expensive it was. Now it’s a real bargain. I had a little time on my hands and broke my own rule by attempting to see a film at the local Regal crappyplex. Arriving at 5:10 for a 5:45 show I expected the matinee price. To my surprise, I was informed that the matinee price ends at 5:30 and that will be $10.50 please. The non-matinee price for “2001” was only $1.50 more! It was thanks but no thanks and I left. No wonder Regal just reported a quarterly loss. The local CP is 14 screens and the worst here is better than the best there.

Chris Utley
Chris Utley on February 12, 2008 at 4:00 pm

A BETTER question, Rizzo:

Were y'all encouraged enough by those 2001 numbers to get more 70MM titles in the Dome in the near future? I’d rather see “Patton” or “Lawrence” or “West Side Story” than “The Ruins” or “Vantage Point”!

Chris Utley
Chris Utley on February 12, 2008 at 3:58 pm

My guess is “This Is Cinerama”. I’ll make sure to be there. I’ve already seen “HTWWW” here (see my $0.02 on that one somewhere around the middle of this page).

Coate
Coate on February 12, 2008 at 11:28 am

Re “Windjammer”…

I’m not certain what exactly was shown. Eyewitness recollections of what was shown have varied. I know that by its final week, newspaper promotion included a “Not Shown In Original Format” type blurb.

I’m aware of some re-issue screenings as early as 1971 in other parts of the country. Stuart Galbraith’s book on Detroit movie theaters, for instance, claims it was shown there in 70mm. (But that book has a number of crazy claims; “El Cid” in 3-strip Cinerama, for example.) And I know of a source in Canada claiming a 70mm “composite” print was once available. Whatever was shown appears to have been a pale imitation of the original version.

Ret. AKC (NAC) CCC Bob Jensen, Manteno, Illinois
Ret. AKC (NAC) CCC Bob Jensen, Manteno, Illinois on February 12, 2008 at 6:59 am

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Ret. AKC (NAC) CCC Bob Jensen, Manteno, Illinois
Ret. AKC (NAC) CCC Bob Jensen, Manteno, Illinois on February 12, 2008 at 6:54 am

Michael Coate-that’s funny, do you really think they had the nerve to just put “jam” on that big screen? Perhaps they had a 70 or 35/scope version as with of HTWWW roughly 1/3 left pannel, full center pannel, 1/3 right pannel, and cut off a lot of the top and bottom? THANKS for all your work putting together all the films that have played the Dome!

“Ladies and Gentlmen, this is CINERAMA!” Lowell Thomas September 30, 1952

Coate
Coate on February 11, 2008 at 11:48 pm
***Quoting "RobertR": I never knew Windjammer had a re-release in 1973, was it in Cinerama?***

It may have been more appropriate to claim that “jam” was re-released, because apparently the “Wind” and “mer” panels were not shown! :–)

neeb
neeb on February 9, 2008 at 9:17 pm

Since I just watched ‘Richard Pryor, Live on the Sunset Strip’ I thought I’d point out that the Dome has a quick cameo in the opening seconds.
‘Ghost Story’ is on the marquee.

Bill Huelbig
Bill Huelbig on February 6, 2008 at 5:38 pm

Thanks for answering that, Rizzo. The guy didn’t mention the digital projection, but he couldn’t get over the sight of thousands of extras (I think he said it was the Spanish Army) thundering across the screen.

Giles
Giles on February 6, 2008 at 7:45 am

But Bill did the guy who saw ‘El Cid’ say it was a 35mm print or a DLP projection – the latter was presented as such for the AFI/Silver Theatre showing which proved to be disasterous.

Bill Huelbig
Bill Huelbig on February 5, 2008 at 8:29 pm

JSA: I’m glad too! The only downside: any other theatrical movies I see will seem puny and insignificant for the next few weeks.

JSA
JSA on February 5, 2008 at 8:03 pm

Thank you Michael, this brings a few fun memories. One thing that I liked was the flyers or mini-programs that were handed out to the patrons, specially during the retrospectives and special screenings. A big thrill for me was “The Guns Of Navarone”.

Bill: I’m glad that you made the “pilgrimage” to see 2001!

JSA

Coate
Coate on February 5, 2008 at 4:26 pm

[b]THE CINERAMA DOME
PART III ½ : THE FESTIVALS

Compiled By Michael Coate[/b]

11.03.1988 … Pacific’s Cinerama Dome 25th Anniversary Retrospective

(Titles marked with * were shown in 70mm)

11.03 …
IT’S A MAD MAD MAD MAD WORLD

11.04 … Science Fiction Day
STAR TREK III: THE SEARCH FOR SPOCK
STAR TREK IV: THE VOYAGE HOME
2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY

11.05 … Steven Spielberg Day
1941
JAWS
BACK TO THE FUTURE*
RAIDERS OF THE LOST ARK
CLOSE ENCOUNTERS OF THE THIRD KIND

11.06 …
THIS IS CINERAMA*

11.07 … 25th Anniversary Day!
IT’S A MAD MAD MAD MAD WORLD

11.08 …
GOOD MORNING, VIETNAM
APOCALYPSE NOW

WOODSTOCK

11.09 … Broadway Musical Day
CAMELOT
JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR

11.10 … Stanley Kubrick Day
2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY*
BARRY LYNDON

11.11 … Francis Ford Coppola Day
SLEEPING BEAUTY
PEGGY SUE GOT MARRIED
NAPOLEON
APOCALYPSE NOW*

11.12 … Academy Award Evening
WHO FRAMED ROGER RABBIT*
SLEEPING BEAUTY
THE STING
OUT OF AFRICA
CLOSE ENCOUNTERS OF THE THIRD KIND

11.13 …
FAME*
ZOOT SUIT

11.14 … Comedy Day
SPLASH
OUTRAGEOUS FORTUNE
BLAZING SADDLES
AMERICAN GRAFFITI

11.15 … High Adventure Day
THE UNTOUCHABLES
TOP GUN*
DELIVERANCE

11.16 … Great Musicals Day
YENTL
ALL THAT JAZZ
NEW YORK, NEW YORK
TOMMY

11.17 …
THIS IS CINERAMA*
IT’S A MAD MAD MAD MAD WORLD


03.01.1990 … XX Years Of Zoetrope
APOCALYPSE NOW (70mm-Dolby Stereo)
ONE FROM THE HEART (70mm-Dolby Stereo)


05.24.1990 … See The Future Back To Back To Back
BACK TO THE FUTURE (Dolby Stereo)
BACK TO THE FUTURE PART II (70mm-Dolby Stereo)
BACK TO THE FUTURE PART III (70mm-Dolby Stereo)


05.15.1992 … Exclusive 7 Day 70mm Film Festival
2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY (05.15-16)
WEST SIDE STORY (05.17-18)
OKLAHOMA! (05.19-21)


11.04.1992 … The All-Time Classics Retrospective
APOCALYPSE NOW (11.04-17; 70mm-Dolby Stereo)
GONE WITH THE WIND (11.18-24)
THE WIZARD OF OZ (11.25-12.01)
CASABLANCA (12.02-05)
CITIZEN KANE (12.06-10)


05.20.1994 … Columbia Classics Festival
THE BRIDGE ON THE RIVER KWAI (1 week, Dolby Stereo SR)
LAWRENCE OF ARABIA (1 week, 70mm-Dolby Stereo SR)
THE GUNS OF NAVARONE (1 week, Dolby Stereo SR)
TOMMY (1 week, Dolby Stereo SR)


02.12.1999 … The Columbia Pictures 75th Anniversary Film Festival
LAWRENCE OF ARABIA (02.12-13, 70mm-Dolby Stereo SR)
DR. STRANGELOVE (02.14-15)
EASY RIDER (02.14-15, SDDS)
IT HAPPENED ONE NIGHT (02.16)
MR. SMITH GOES TO WASHINGTON (02.16)
THE BRIDGE ON THE RIVER KWAI (02.17, Dolby Stereo SR)
GUESS WHO’S COMING TO DINNER (02.18)
TOOTSIE (02.18)
CLOSE ENCOUNTERS OF THE THIRD KIND (02.19-21, Director’s Cut, DTS)
FROM HERE TO ETERNITY (02.22-23)
ON THE WATERFRONT (02.22-23)
TAXI DRIVER (02.24-25, Dolby Stereo SR)


07.28.2000 … Celebration Weekend
TERMINATOR 2: JUDGMENT DAY (07.28, 70mm-Dolby Stereo SR)
LAWRENCE OF ARABIA (07.29-30, 70mm-Dolby Stereo SR)
BEN-HUR (07.29-30, Dolby Stereo)

Bill Huelbig
Bill Huelbig on February 5, 2008 at 2:36 pm

The guy I sat next to in the front row for “2001” saw “El Cid” that night. It was in one of the other Arclight theaters, and he said it was a knockout. The movie looked beautiful, and the children of Samuel Bronston and Anthony Mann were on hand too, to speak about the movie.

Giles
Giles on February 5, 2008 at 1:36 pm

Did anyone attend the January 28 presentation of ‘El Cid’ – I gather it wasn’t in the Dome. Was this a 35mm print or HiDef Digital projection – the latter was shown the same night at the AFI’s Silver Theatre – and it was from what I read a terrible presentation.

William
William on February 5, 2008 at 7:40 am

Up until the early 80’s the Dome played many pictures in the Southern California market Exclusive before opening citywide. One reason the Dome did not change earlier and play day and date with Bevely Hills or Westwood. Was the Director of Operations for the company Harold Citron, that if the studios wanted the Dome for their films it would have to play exclusive at the Dome for a said amount of weeks before the citywide engagements.

Coate
Coate on February 4, 2008 at 11:49 pm

[b]THE CINERAMA DOME
PART III: THE MASS-MARKET, SATURATION-BOOKING ERA (1982-2000)

Compiled by Michael Coate[/b]

08.20.1982 … RAIDERS OF THE LOST ARK (RE, 5 weeks, 70mm-Dolby Stereo)
09.24.1982 … YES, GEORGIO (2 weeks, 70mm-Dolby Stereo)
10.08.1982 … SUPERMAN II (RE, 2 weeks, 70mm-Dolby Stereo)
10.22.1982 … JINXED (2 weeks)
11.05.1982 … DAYS OF HEAVEN (RE, 1 week, 70mm-Dolby Stereo)
11.12.1982 … POLTERGEIST (RE, 1 week, 70mm-Dolby Stereo)
11.19.1982 … STILL OF THE NIGHT (4 weeks)
12.17.1982 … TRAIL OF THE PINK PANTHER (3 weeks)

01.07.1983 … ENIGMA (3 weeks)
01.28.1983 … WOODSTOCK (RE, 1 week, Stereo)
02.04.1983 … THE ENTITY (2 weeks, 70mm-Dolby Stereo)
02.18.1983 … THE STING II (3 weeks)
03.11.1983 … TRENCHCOAT (2 weeks)
03.25.1983 … THE BLACK STALLION RETURNS (3 weeks, Dolby Stereo)
04.15.1983 … LONE WOLF McQUADE (2 weeks)
04.29.1983 … THE HUNGER (2 weeks)
05.13.1983 … BREATHLESS (3 weeks)
06.03.1983 … WARGAMES (9 weeks, 70mm-Dolby Stereo)
08.05.1983 … THE STAR CHAMBER (3 weeks, 70mm-Dolby Stereo)
08.26.1983 … FIRE AND ICE (3 weeks, Dolby Stereo)
09.16.1983 … MERRY CHRISTMAS, MR. LAWRENCE (2 weeks, Dolby Stereo)
09.30.1983 … BRAINSTORM (7 weeks, 70mm-Dolby Stereo)
11.18.1983 … YENTL (16 weeks, Dolby Stereo)

03.09.1984 … THE HOTEL NEW HAMPSHIRE (3 weeks, Dolby Stereo)
03.30.1984 … SPLASH (MO, 5 weeks, Dolby Stereo)
05.04.1984 … THE BOUNTY (4 weeks, Dolby Stereo)
06.01.1984 … STAR TREK III: THE SEARCH FOR SPOCK (6 weeks, 70mm-Dolby Stereo)
07.13.1984 … THE LAST STARFIGHTER (4 weeks, 70mm-Dolby Stereo)
08.10.1984 … RED DAWN (6 weeks, Dolby Stereo)
09.21.1984 … ALL OF ME (2 weeks)
10.05.1984 … TEACHERS (3 weeks, Dolby Stereo)
10.26.1984 … AMERICAN DREAMER (3 weeks)
11.16.1984 … NIGHT OF THE COMET (3 weeks)
12.07.1984 … 2010 (9 weeks, 70mm-Dolby Stereo)

02.08.1985 … MASS APPEAL (2 weeks)
02.22.1985 … INTO THE NIGHT (2 weeks)
03.08.1985 … MASK (8 weeks)
05.03.1985 … GOTCHA (4 weeks)
05.31.1985 … FLETCH (5 weeks, Dolby Stereo)
07.03.1985 … BACK TO THE FUTURE (14 weeks, 70mm-Dolby Stereo)
10.11.1985 … REMO WILLIAMS: THE ADVENTURE BEGINS… (4 weeks, Dolby Stereo)
11.08.1985 … BRING ON THE NIGHT (6 weeks, 70mm-Dolby Stereo)
12.18.1985 … OUT OF AFRICA (13 weeks, 70mm-Dolby Stereo)

03.21.1986 … JUST BETWEEN FRIENDS (4 weeks)
04.18.1986 … ABSOLUTE BEGINNERS (3 weeks, 70mm-Dolby Stereo)
05.09.1986 … SHORT CIRCUIT (6 weeks, Dolby Stereo)
06.18.1986 … LEGAL EAGLES (4 weeks, Dolby Stereo)
07.18.1986 … PIRATES (2 weeks, Dolby Stereo)
08.01.1986 … HOWARD THE DUCK (3 weeks, 70mm-Dolby Stereo)
08.22.1986 … TOUCH AND GO (2 weeks)
09.05.1986 … TOP GUN (MO, 5 weeks, 70mm-Dolby Stereo)
10.08.1986 … PEGGY SUE GOT MARRIED (7 weeks)
11.26.1986 … STAR TREK IV: THE VOYAGE HOME (9 weeks, 70mm-Dolby Stereo SR)

01.30.1987 … OUTRAGEOUS FORTUNE (8 weeks, Dolby Stereo)
03.27.1987 … BLIND DATE (6 weeks, Dolby Stereo)
05.08.1987 … GARDENS OF STONE (4 weeks, Dolby Stereo)
06.03.1987 … THE UNTOUCHABLES (9 weeks, 70mm-Dolby Stereo)
08.05.1987 … STAKEOUT (7 weeks, 70mm-Dolby Stereo)
09.25.1987 … BEST SELLER (4 weeks)
10.23.1987 … SUSPECT (9 weeks, Dolby Stereo)
12.25.1987 … GOOD MORNING, VIETNAM (12 weeks, 70mm-Dolby Stereo)

03.18.1988 … D.O.A. (4 weeks, Dolby Stereo)
04.15.1988 … TOKYO POP (2 weeks, Dolby Stereo)
04.29.1988 … SUNSET (3 weeks, Dolby Stereo)
05.20.1988 … CALL ME (2 weeks, Dolby Stereo)
06.03.1988 … DECLINE OF WESTERN CIVILIZATION PART II: THE METAL YEARS (3 weeks, Ultra Stereo)
06.22.1988 … WHO FRAMED ROGER RABBIT (19 weeks, 70mm-Dolby Stereo)
11.03.1988 … Pacific’s Cinerama Dome 25th Anniversary Retrospective (2 weeks)
11.18.1988 …
OLIVER & COMPANY (3 weeks, Dolby Stereo)
12.09.1988 …
MISSISSIPPI BURNING (12 weeks, Dolby Stereo SR)

03.03.1989 … NEW YORK STORIES (7 weeks)
04.21.1989 … RED SCORPION (2 weeks, Dolby Stereo)
05.05.1989 … GONE WITH THE WIND (RE, 2 weeks, Dolby Stereo)
05.19.1989 … THE WIZARD OF OZ (RE, 2 weeks)
06.02.1989 … DEAD POETS SOCIETY (8 weeks, 70mm-Dolby Stereo)
07.28.1989 … TURNER & HOOCH (3 weeks, Dolby Stereo)
08.18.1989 … BATMAN (MO, 6 weeks, 70mm-Dolby Stereo)
09.29.1989 … WEST SIDE STORY (RE, 1 week, 70mm-Stereo)
10.06.1989 … AN INNOCENT MAN (2 weeks, Dolby Stereo)
10.20.1989 … GROSS ANATOMY (4 weeks, Dolby Stereo)
11.15.1989 … THE LITTLE MERMAID (4 weeks, 70mm-Dolby Stereo)
12.13.1989 … BLAZE (5 weeks, Dolby Stereo)

01.19.1990 … FOR ALL MANKIND (2 weeks, Dolby Stereo)
02.02.1990 … STELLA (4 weeks, Dolby Stereo)
03.01.1990 … XX Years Of Zoetrope
03.02.1990 …
THE HUNT FOR RED OCTOBER (11 weeks, 70mm-Dolby Stereo)
05.16.1990 …
THE TEN COMMANDMENTS (RE, 1 week, 70mm-Dolby Stereo)
05.24.1990 … See The Future Back To Back To Back

05.25.1990 … BACK TO THE FUTURE PART III (4 weeks, 70mm-Dolby Stereo)
06.22.1990 … ROBOCOP 2 (4 weeks, Dolby Stereo SR)
07.18.1990 … ARACHNOPHOBIA (8 weeks, 70mm-Dolby Stereo)
09.14.1990 … BEN-HUR (RE, 3 weeks, 70mm-Stereo)
10.05.1990 … FANTASIA (RE, 4 weeks, 70mm-Dolby Stereo SR Fantasound)
11.02.1990 … JACOB’S LADDER (3 weeks, Dolby Stereo SR)
11.21.1990 … THREE MEN AND A LITTLE LADY (7 weeks, Dolby Stereo)

01.11.1991 … WARLOCK (1 week, Dolby Stereo)
01.18.1991 … WHITE FANG (6 weeks, Dolby Stereo)
03.01.1991 … THE DOORS (8 weeks, 70mm-Dolby Stereo)
04.26.1991 … OSCAR (3 weeks, Dolby Stereo)
05.17.1991 … WHAT ABOUT BOB? (7 weeks, Dolby Stereo)
07.03.1991 … TERMINATOR 2: JUDGMENT DAY (14 weeks, 70mm-Cinema Digital Sound)
10.11.1991 … SHATTERED (3 weeks, Dolby Stereo SR)
11.01.1991 … BILLY BATHGATE (4 weeks, Dolby Stereo)
11.27.1991 … MY GIRL (2 weeks, Dolby Stereo)
12.11.1991 … HOOK (8 weeks, 70mm-Dolby Stereo)

02.07.1992 … MEDICINE MAN (4 weeks, Dolby Stereo)
03.06.1992 … GLADIATOR (2 weeks, Dolby Stereo SR)
03.20.1992 … FINAL APPROACH (2 weeks, Cinema Digital Sound)
04.03.1992 … THUNDERHEART (2 weeks, Dolby Stereo SR)
04.17.1992 … CITY OF JOY (4 weeks, Dolby Stereo)
05.15.1992 … Exclusive 7 Day 70mm Film Festival
05.22.1992 …
FAR AND AWAY (6 weeks, 70mm-Dolby Stereo)
07.01.1992 …
A LEAGUE OF THEIR OWN (6 weeks, Dolby Stereo SR)
08.14.1992 …
DIGGSTOWN (2 weeks, Dolby Stereo)
08.28.1992 …
HONEYMOON IN VEGAS (5 weeks, Dolby Stereo)
10.02.1992 …
HERO (5 weeks, Dolby Stereo SR)
11.04.1992 … The All-Time Classics Retrospective
(5 weeks)
12.11.1992 … A FEW GOOD MEN (9 weeks, Dolby Stereo SR)

02.12.1993 … GROUNDHOG DAY (5 weeks, Dolby Stereo)
03.19.1993 … 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY (RE, 1 week, 70mm-Stereo)
03.26.1993 … MARRIED TO IT (1 week, Dolby Stereo SR)
04.02.1993 … ALADDIN (MO, 3 weeks, Dolby Digital)
04.23.1993 … INDIAN SUMMER (3 weeks, Dolby Stereo)
05.14.1993 … LOST IN YONKERS (4 weeks, Dolby Stereo SR)
06.09.1993 … WHAT’S LOVE GOT TO DO WITH IT (1 week, Dolby Digital)
06.18.1993 … LAST ACTION HERO (5 weeks, SDDS-8)
07.23.1993 … POETIC JUSTICE (3 weeks, Dolby Stereo SR)
08.13.1993 … CLIFFHANGER (MO, 1 week, 70mm-Dolby Stereo)
08.20.1993 … EL CID (RE, 2 weeks, Dolby Stereo)
09.03.1993 … BOXING HELENA (2 weeks, Ultra Stereo)
09.17.1993 … THE AGE OF INNOCENCE (6 weeks, Dolby Stereo SR)
10.29.1993 … FATAL INSTINCT (2 weeks, Dolby Stereo)
11.12.1993 … MY LIFE (4 weeks, Dolby Stereo SR)
12.10.1993 … GERONIMO: AN AMERICAN LEGEND (4 weeks, SDDS-8)

01.07.1994 … SHADOWLANDS (4 weeks, Dolby Stereo SR)
02.04.1994 … I’LL DO ANYTHING (3 weeks, Dolby Stereo SR)
02.25.1994 … THE AGE OF INNOCENCE (RE, 1 week, Dolby Stereo SR)
03.04.1994 … CHINA MOON (1 week, Dolby Stereo)
03.11.1994 … GUARDING TESS (4 weeks, Dolby Stereo)
04.08.1994 … LEPRECHAUN 2 (1 week, Ultra Stereo)
04.15.1994 … D2: THE MIGHTY DUCKS (MO, 1 week, Dolby Digital)
04.22.1994 … BAD GIRLS (2 weeks, Dolby Digital)
05.06.1994 … CLEAN SLATE (2 weeks, Dolby Stereo)
05.20.1994 … Columbia Classics Festival (4 weeks)
06.17.1994 …
WOLF (5 weeks, SDDS-8)
07.22.1994 …
NORTH (2 weeks, SDDS)
08.05.1994 …
WYATT EARP / MAVERICK (MO, 1 week, Dolby Digital/Dolby Stereo SR)
08.12.1994 …
LITTLE BUDDHA (MO, 1 week, Dolby Stereo SR)
08.19.1994 …
BLANKMAN (2 weeks, SDDS-8)
09.02.1994 …
A SIMPLE TWIST OF FATE (2 weeks, Dolby Stereo)
09.16.1994 …
CLEAR AND PRESENT DANGER (MO, 1 week, Dolby Digital)
09.23.1994 …
THE SHAWSHANK REDEMPTION (5 weeks, Dolby Stereo)
10.28.1994 …
SILENT FALL (2 weeks, Dolby Stereo)
11.11.1994 …
THE SANTA CLAUSE (6 weeks, Dolby Digital)
12.25.1994 …
LITTLE WOMEN (3 weeks, SDDS)

01.13.1995 … LEGENDS OF THE FALL (4 weeks, SDDS-8)
02.10.1995 … THE QUICK AND THE DEAD (3 weeks, SDDS-8)
03.03.1995 … THE WILD BUNCH (RE, 5 weeks, 70mm-Stereo)
04.07.1995 … BAD BOYS (5 weeks, SDDS-8)
05.12.1995 … CRIMSON TIDE (8 weeks, Dolby Digital)
07.07.1995 … FIRST KNIGHT (4 weeks, SDDS-8)
08.04.1995 … APOLLO 13 (MO, 3 weeks, DTS)
08.25.1995 … DESPERADO (5 weeks, SDDS-8)
09.29.1995 … DEVIL IN A BLUE DRESS (3 weeks, SDDS-8)
10.20.1995 … NOW AND THEN (4 weeks, Dolby Digital)
11.10.1995 … 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY (RE, 1 week, 70mm-Stereo)
11.17.1995 … THE AMERICAN PRESIDENT (5 weeks, SDDS)
12.22.1995 … DRACULA: DEAD AND LOVING IT (2 weeks, SDDS-8)

01.05.1996 … GOLDENEYE (MO, 2 weeks, DTS)
01.19.1996 … FROM DUSK TILL DAWN (4 weeks, SDDS-8)
02.16.1996 … CITY HALL (3 weeks, SDDS)
03.08.1996 … HEAVY METAL (RE, 1 week, SDDS-8)
03.15.1996 … TWO MUCH (1 week, Dolby Stereo SR)
03.22.1996 … MR. HOLLAND’S OPUS (MO, 2 weeks, Dolby Digital)
04.03.1996 … A THIN LINE BETWEEN LOVE & HATE (2 weeks, SDDS)
04.19.1996 … MRS. WINTERBOURNE (2 weeks, SDDS-8)
05.03.1996 … TAXI DRIVER (RE, 1 week, Dolby Stereo SR)
05.10.1996 … ORIGINAL GANGSTAS (2 weeks, DTS)
05.24.1996 … APOCALYPSE NOW (RE, 1 week, 70mm-Dolby Stereo)
05.31.1996 … THE ARRIVAL (2 weeks, SDDS)
06.14.1996 … THE CABLE GUY (5 weeks, SDDS-8)
07.17.1996 … MULTIPLICITY (2 weeks, SDDS-8)
08.02.1996 … MATILDA (1 week, SDDS-8)
08.09.1996 … JACK (3 weeks, Dolby Digital)
08.30.1996 … FIRST KID (2 weeks, SDDS)
09.13.1996 … FEELING MINNESOTA (2 weeks, SDDS)
09.27.1996 … GIANT (RE, 3 weeks, Dolby Stereo)
10.16.1996 … GET ON THE BUS (2 weeks, SDDS)
11.01.1996 … THE FIRST WIVES CLUB (MO, 1 week, Dolby Digital)
11.08.1996 … RANSOM (7 weeks, SDDS)
12.25.1996 … EVITA (9 weeks, Dolby Digital)

02.28.1997 … DONNIE BRASCO (4 weeks, SDDS)
03.26.1997 … THE DEVIL’S OWN (4 weeks, SDDS)
04.25.1997 … ROMY AND MICHELE’S HIGH SCHOOL REUNION (2 weeks, SDDS)
05.09.1997 … THE FIFTH ELEMENT (4 weeks, SDDS-8)
06.06.1997 … CON AIR (4 weeks, SDDS-8)
07.02.1997 … MEN IN BLACK (7 weeks, SDDS-8)
08.22.1997 … G.I. JANE (5 weeks, SDDS)
09.26.1997 … THE ASSIGNMENT (2 weeks, SDDS-8)
10.10.1997 … SEVEN YEARS IN TIBET (4 weeks, SDDS-8)
11.07.1997 … STARSHIP TROOPERS (5 weeks, SDDS-8)
12.10.1997 … AMISTAD (6 weeks, SDDS)

01.23.1998 … SPICE WORLD (2 weeks, SDDS)
02.06.1998 … THE REPLACEMENT KILLERS (3 weeks, SDDS-8)
02.27.1998 … DARK CITY (3 weeks, SDDS)
03.20.1998 … MR. NICE GUY (2 weeks, SDDS)
04.03.1998 … LOST IN SPACE (5 weeks, SDDS)
05.08.1998 … WOO (2 weeks, SDDS)
05.20.1998 … GODZILLA (7 weeks, SDDS-8)
07.10.1998 … SMALL SOLDIERS (4 weeks, SDDS)
08.05.1998 … THE PARENT TRAP (MO, 2 weeks, SDDS)
08.21.1998 … DANCE WITH ME (3 weeks, SDDS)
09.11.1998 … SIMON BIRCH (3 weeks, SDDS)
10.02.1998 … ANTZ (4 weeks, SDDS)
10.30.1998 … VAMPIRES (3 weeks, SDDS)
11.20.1998 … THE RUGRATS MOVIE (5 weeks, Dolby Digital)
12.25.1998 … STEPMOM (4 weeks, SDDS)

01.22.1999 … GLORIA (2 weeks, SDDS)
02.05.1999 … BLADE RUNNER (RE, 1 week, 70mm-Dolby Stereo)
02.12.1999 … The Columbia Pictures 75th Anniversary Film Festival (2 weeks)
02.26.1999 …
EIGHT MILLIMETER (3 weeks, SDDS)
03.19.1999 …
TRUE CRIME (3 weeks, SDDS)
04.09.1999 …
TWIN DRAGONS (2 weeks, SDDS)
04.23.1999 …
PUSHING TIN (3 weeks, Dolby Digital)
05.12.1999 …
TRIPPIN’ (2 weeks, Dolby Digital)
05.28.1999 …
THE THIRTEENTH FLOOR (3 weeks, SDDS)
06.18.1999 …
THE THIRTEENTH FLOOR / THE MATRIX (MO, 2 weeks, SDDS)
06.30.1999 …
WILD WILD WEST (4 weeks, SDDS)
07.28.1999 …
DEEP BLUE SEA (4 weeks, SDDS)
08.27.1999 …
THE ASTRONAUT’S WIFE (3 weeks, SDDS)
09.17.1999 …
BLUE STREAK (4 weeks, SDDS)
10.15.1999 …
FIGHT CLUB (4 weeks, SDDS)
11.12.1999 …
THE MESSENGER: THE STORY OF JOAN OF ARC (4 weeks, SDDS)
12.10.1999 …
DEUCE BIGALOW: MALE GIGOLO (2 weeks, SDDS)
12.25.1999 …
GALAXY QUEST (4 weeks, SDDS)

01.21.2000 … PLAY IT TO THE BONE (1 week, SDDS)
01.28.2000 … GALAXY QUEST (RE, 1 week, SDDS)
02.04.2000 … AMERICAN BEAUTY (MO, 2 weeks, SDDS)
02.18.2000 … HANGING UP (3 weeks, SDDS)
03.10.2000 … AMERICAN BEAUTY (RE, 1 week, SDDS)
03.17.2000 … FINAL DESTINATION (2 weeks, SDDS)
03.31.2000 … THE ROAD TO EL DORADO (3 weeks, SDDS)
04.21.2000 … LOVE & BASKETBALL (2 weeks, SDDS)
05.05.2000 … GLADIATOR (8 weeks, SDDS)
06.28.2000 … THE PATRIOT (4 weeks, SDDS-8)
07.28.2000 … Celebration Weekend
07.31.2000 … theater closed for renovation (
86 weeks
)

** The titles shown during special events marked with a double asterisk will be listed in a separate post.

“Part IV: The ArcLight Era” will appear in a future posting.

RobertR
RobertR on February 4, 2008 at 7:56 am

I never knew Windjammer had a re-release in 1973, was it in Cinerama?

Manwithnoname
Manwithnoname on February 4, 2008 at 7:26 am

Of all the films on the above list I couldn’t remember a film called “Maurie” and it played 6 weeks. At first I thought it was a mistake. Then I went to the IMDB and there it was.

TAGLINE: MAURIE is an unforgettable man. MAURIE is an unforgettable picture.

HA!