The Hall of Color proved unbelievably popular with its newly-developed sight and sound show. The performance utilized eleven specially constructed slide projectors at a cost of $100,000. Twenty-foot high and 187-foot long screens around the entire circumference of the hall, and over 200,000 slides. Eight photographers spent a year on assignment, collecting color photos of hunting dogs, babies, athletes, newlyweds, and every fantastic landform.
For each twelve-minute performance, ninety-six slides were set up in each machine. A recorded commentator narrated the on going slides. Musical accompaniment included "Rockabye Baby," "Turkey in the Straw," Liszt's "Lieberstraum," and a wedding march.