One Of The Largest Screens In SF Castro

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Taken on: September 27, 2018

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One Of The Largest Screens In SF Castro

The screen at the Castro is semi large and has moving black masking top and sides for 16mm, 1.33 1.85 2.55 2.35 70mm plus 3D settings on a large flat screen.

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terrywade
terrywade commented about One Of The Largest Screens In SF Castro on Sep 29, 2018 at 10:12 am

The CinemaScope®/ Panavision® setting at the Castro with black masking dropped down from the top and open a little on the sides makes for a nice semi wide Image at 2.55 or 2.35. If the deco pillars on the sides of the stage were not in place they could have put in a way larger curved scope screen in 1954. The original small 1.33 screen frame stage area is back behind the present wide screen set up.

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