DOCTOR DOLITTLE exclusive at the PARAMOUNT (now the EL Capitan)

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DOCTOR DOLITTLE exclusive at the PARAMOUNT (now the EL Capitan)

Photo: CLIFF CARSON. Interesting how an important film like Doctor Dolittle would have only two screenings a day. The film was in it’s first run reserved seat 70mm engagement and only ran a 152 minutes. Shorter than many films today. It’s widely considered a box office failure but only because it cost so much. In reality its grosses were high and the film was in the top 20 box office successes of the year.

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JAlex
JAlex on August 19, 2017 at 9:20 am

Interesting that a non-Disney film gets “top billing” on the El Cap’s homepage.

Comfortably Cool
Comfortably Cool on August 31, 2017 at 6:03 am

Reserved-seat engagements were traditionally two showings per day, with perhaps a third added on weekends and holidays. 20th-Fox apparently made a marketing mistake and should have used a “normal” release pattern.

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