A young visiting couple from out-of-town, is led on a guided tour of Los Angeles and its environs by a familiar resident (Stanley Livingston) and his wife (Paula Drake), all captured by the panoramic, triple-lensed Cinerama camera. Some popular and some not so well known sights of the city shine in this urban travelogue lark, including the Griffith Observatory, Angel's Flight funicular railway, and a sailboat cruise from San Pedro, culminating in the evening's highlight, a visit to the Cinerama Dome Theater in Hollywood. This was the first film shot in 3-panel Cinerama in 50 years. Written by
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Debbie Reynolds and Stanley Livingston appeared together in How The West Was Won which was one of last 3 panel Cinerama films to be made. See more
When the group enters the Cinerama Dome, Stanley touts the fact that all seats are reserved. But at the box office, he is merely handed four tickets without selecting his seats first. See more
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