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Harper Cossar writes:

>I have particular interest in the 70mm version of The Big Trail he shot
>for Raoul Walsh in 1930. Any advice, citations, etc., would be
>appreciated. Thanks.

A detailed article written by Edeson on 'The Big Trail', including an
account of the difficulties encountered shooting 70mm and 35mm
side-by-side, can be found in the September 1930 edition of 'American
Cinematographer'.

Leo

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