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#41 OFFLINE   Chris Blount

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Posted 27 March 2009 - 07:43 AM

"To Fly" was the first IMax I ever saw, and it was absolutely amazing. It was about 1980 at the then-Marriott's "Great America" theme park in Santa Clara, CA. At the time, it was the only IMax in California, and only 2nd or 3rd in the world.

I'd love to see it again sometime.

I was there too! We went to Marriot's Great America several times in the late 70's and early 80's. The IMax theater was great. It was free at the time with admission to the park.

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