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.
Did You Know?
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
A girl with red hair is in line to buy tickets at the Griffith Park Merry-Go-Round. We then see her past the ticket booth, about to board the Merry-Go-Round. In the next scene we see her back at the ticket booth buying a ticket. See more
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