Untitled Document Action, adventure, victory, defeat, cowboys, Indians – all essential components of a successful western. And now’s your opportunity to see one of the best westerns ever made, presented in original three-strip Cinerama format and screened at the world-famous Cinerama Dome in Hollywood.

An epic tale chronicling the development of the American West from the 1830s through the Civil War, How the West Was Won is a product of great industry talent both behind – as well as in front of – the camera. The film is divided into three parts – "The Civil War," "The Railroad" and "The River, the Plains, the Outlaws" – and helmed by three of Hollywood’s great directors: John Ford, George Marshall and Henry Hathaway, respectively. West, which unfolds through the eyes of a pioneer family, also serves up a huge helping of 1960s stars including Henry Fonda, Gregory Peck, Debbie Reynolds, James Stewart, Carroll Baker and the man who became a staple of the genre, John Wayne.

The Cinerama Dome is located at 6360 W. Sunset Blvd. (between Vine and Ivar, with DeLongpre to the south), in Los Angeles. Parking is available in the ArcLight’s seven-level parking garage directly adjacent to the theater; parking validation is available with purchase of a movie ticket (first four hours are $1 with purchase of a regular cinema ticket). For show times and additional information, call (323) 464-1478 or visit www.arclightcinemas.com