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The Trouble With Harry
To Catch A Thief
Value For Money
We're No Angels
You're Never Too Young

Anything Goes
Away All Boats
Battle of the River Plate (Pursuit of the Graf Spee)
High Society
Hollywood or Bust
That Certain Feeling
The Big Money
The Birds and the Bees
The Black Tent
The Court Jester
The Iron Petticoat
The Leather Saint
The Man Who Knew Too Much
The Mountain
The Proud and Profane
The Rainmaker
The Scarlet Hour
The Search for Bridey Murphy
The Searchers
The Spanish Gardener
The Ten Commandments
The Vagabond King
Three Violent People
Triple Deception
War and Peace

An Alligator Named Daisy
Beau James
Doctor at Large
Fear Strikes Out
Funny Face
Gunfight at the O.K. Corral
Hear Me Good
Loving You
Night Ambush
Omar Khayyam
Short Cut to Hell
The Admirable Chrichton
The Buster Keaton Story
The Delicate Delinquent
The Devil's Hairpin
The Joker Is Wild
The Lonely Man
The Pride and the Passion
The Sad Sack
The Tin Star
Wild Is The Wind

Another Time - Another Place
Dangerous Exile
Desire under the Elms
Hell Drivers
Hot Spell
King Creole
Rock-a-bye Baby
Spanish Affair
St. Louis Blues
Teacher's Pet
The Buccaneer
The Geisha Boy
The Matchmaker

But Not For Me
Last Train from Gun Hill
Li'l Abner
North by Northwest
The Black Orchid
The Five Pennies
The Jayhawkers

It Started in Naples

One-Eyed Jacks

My Six Loves

VistaVision fell into disuse from the mid 1960's thru the mid 1970's. The equipment suddenly became quite valuable as special effects houses began to use the format to create optical effects that could be intercut with live action footage without the usual grain and contrast associated with effects footage. VistaVision remains the system of choice in such shops to date because the 35mm film easily can be processed and printed in-house.

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