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Director  Otto Lang
Genre  Documentary
Language  English
7.8/10 IMDb

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Country  United States
Search for Paradise movie poster
Release date  1957
Writer  Prosper Buranelli, Otto Lang, Lowell Thomas
Similar movies  Great Directors (2010)
Tagline  Through the unmatched magic of Cinerama

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Great Directors (2010). Seven Wonders of the World (1956). Serpent and the Sun: Tales of an Aztec Apprentice (2008). One Peace at a Time (2009). Bruce Lee: The Curse of the Dragon (1993).

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Search for Paradise is a 1957 American documentary film shot in Cinerama.

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Background

Search for Paradise September 2012 Search for Paradise to screen at Cinerama Dome in

In October and November 1956, a Cinerama motion picture Search for Paradise, directed by Otto Lang, and produced by Lowell Thomas, was filmed in part at Eglin Air Force Base, Florida, under the working title of Search for Shangri-La. The film "tells the story of a veteran officer, who wants 'out' but finds, after searching the world for a 'Shangrila,' [sic] that the U. S. Air Force is 'it.'"

"Some of the action-packed events captured at Eglin include F-100 'Super Sabres' breaking the sound barrier, in-flight refueling of B-47 'Stratojet' medium bombers, landings and mass fly-bys of the latest operational U. S. Air Force aircraft. Hollywood stunt flyer and combat veteran Paul Mantz, was contracted by Stanley Warner to fly his specially built B-25 in filming a number of aerial sequences . The Cinerama camera can be placed in the nose or tail gunnery slot of the World War II aircraft to film the panorama called for in this latest 'wide-curved' screen production." Release by Stanley Warner, Inc., was expected in the spring of 1957, according to a news article in The Okaloosa News-Journal, Crestview, Florida, in November 1956.

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