Is it possible to view a movie in a theater once the reel of film has been broken?”
Mitchell native Jeff Logan knew there was something special about the movie business when he noticed the windows of his projection booth vibrating during a 1970 showing of Robert Altman’s film “M.A.S.H.” “People were laughing so hard it was rattling the windows,” said Logan, 58. “I thought to myself that if a movie can bring so much happiness to so many people, that it must be a pretty cool business.” With nearly a half-century of movie biz under his belt, he still thinks so. As president of Logan Luxury Theatres Corporation, Jeff Logan rides herd on theaters in Mitchell, Huron, and Dell Rapids — the latter an art deco classic that has earned raves from movie buffs. The company also owns the Starlite Drive-In, one of the state’s six remaining drive-in theaters. It has been listed by Time magazine as one of “50 Authentic American Experiences.” As a student at the University of South Dakota at Vermillion, Logan was on track for a career in advertising and broadcast journalism when he ret
- Why are movies offered with captions in theaters that project 35mm film, but the same movie is not offered with captions in a theater equipped with digital cinema?
- Is it possible to view the DVD movie, playing with the software decoder, on the secondary display using the Display-to-Go card?
- Is it possible to view the data code when playing back a movie recorded with the SMOOTH SLOW REC function?