Designed by Welton Becket and Associates and completed in 1963, the Cinerama Dome was the world's first all-concrete geodesic dome, made from 316 interlocking panels. The theater itself features a screen 32 feet high and 86 feet wide. The 50th anniversary series included the screening of the following movies, all of which played in the Dome during their theatrical runs, along with a Q&A with its' filmmakers: "Raiders of the Lost Ark" with a Q&A before the movie with Steven Spielberg. "JFK" with a Q&A by director Oliver Stone. "Logan's Run" with a Q&A featuring Michael York. "Galaxy Quest" with a Q&A featuring Tim Allen and Dean Parisot. "American Beauty" with a Q&A with star Thora Birch and Mena Suvari. "It's A Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World", the very first film screened in the Dome and ran for over 66 weeks, featuring a Q&A with Mickey Rooney, Marvin Kaplan and Barrie Chase, hosted by Jeff Garlin.