First of all, an apology. This publicity letter was provided to the museum some time back and, regrettably, the name of the donor has been misplaced.
This publicity letter from Vistarama, Incorporated, dating from late 1953, is unique in that there is not a single instance of typical Hollywood hype in its contents. Making things even more surprising, is the fact that the letter appears to have accompanied a financial statement that may have been aimed at enlisting investors in Vistarama, Incorporated. Producer Carl Dudley, the man behind the company, was a well established documentary producer and director. He ultimately produced Cinerama's South Seas Adventure.