Grand Prix Screen 1 article

Grand Prix

1966

Grand Prix Poster
  • Clearly this would be a more powerful experience in Cinerama, even though (a) it's not true Cinerama (shot in Super Panavision 70) and (b) the racing sequences, with their innovative use of split-screen and recursive imagery, are a fairly small percentage of the three-hour running time. Even on a TV set, however, Frankenheimer's muscular sensibility comes through loud and clear.