The Wonderful World of the Brothers Grimm

 

The Wonderful World of the Brothers Grimm was the first movie filmed in 3-strip Cinerama to tell a story. The film had it's world preview on July 14, 1962 at the Denver Cooper Cinerama theatre. To see how well it did at the boxoffice and other articles, click on 1962 below. It played at various Cinerama theatre from 1962 through 1963.

Below 45pm record sleeve

Below LP album cover

Below postcard

Below ticket flyer

Below coloring book

Below ticket order form

Scenes from the trailer below

 Getting ready to shoot a scene

 

 

Filming the puppet and dragon scenes

On the set

Here is an actual scene from the movie The Wonderful World of The Brothers Grimm in full 3-strip Cinerama. This comes from this page - http://www.widescreenmuseum.com/special/cinerama.htm on Marty Hart's wonderful web site.

Below is the same scene from the Turner Classic Movies broadcast

Below from the 1992 US release laser disc

 

The scenes from the Turner Classic Movie broadcast and laser disc were copied from VHS tape many years ago so, the picture quality is not that good. I then copied it to a DVD-R before uploading them to the web site.

Below are more examples of scenes with the TCM broadcast on top and the laser disc below it.

Here are a couple of scenes from the prologue on the TCM broadcast

The laser disc had the sound from the prologue but no picture. 

 

The TCM broadcast also included the overture and intermission music which the 1992 US release laser disc did not have.

The 1996 Japan laser disc and TCM broadcast are from the same source - thanks from Mark Taylor for this info.

 

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