Hecht traces the development of one of the most innovative collaborations in the history of film. American Optical, hacked by Michael Todd's money, delivered such advances as 70mm film, giant “bug-eye” lenses, and new projectors that made movie-goers relish their film experience.
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Publish Date: 01 October 1996
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