Friday, August 29, 2003

Fifty years ago, post-war America witnessed the birth of pop-luxe and theretofore unsurpassed commercial culture. One example of the boom in disposable income and entertainment-related spending came in the form of the 1952 film “This is Cinerama”—a movie which would introduce viewers to what was then the largest movie screen ever. On the Media’s Sara Fishko takes a look at Cinerama.

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