As a kid growing up in the 60s, I remember seeing that major boxing events, such as an Ali-Frazier fight, would only be available for viewing on closed circuit TV in local movie theaters. Being the only sports lover in my family, I never had the opportunity to see any of these telecasts. I've always wondered how the events were projected. That is, being the 60s, what kind of projectors were they using to display an image large enough to fill a movie theater screen? And how was the picture quality? It couldn't have been very good. Even the video tapes of these fights that get shown today on ESPN Classic, etc., don't look so hot. I worked at a high end electronics store in the mid 70s when the first front projector CRT televisions for homes were being introduced and they were dim and blurry. This was more than a decade after the period to which I'm referring, insofar as the theatrical showings are concerned. It really makes me wonder just what the experience was like with images blown up many times this size. Anyone have any recollections?