MOVIE.BYU is an interactive graphics package of FORTRAN programs capable of displaying three-dimensional mathematical, topological, or architectural models as line drawings or as continuous tone-shaded color images. MOVIE.BYU was developed at Brigham Young University and has been installed at the David Taylor Naval Ship R&D Center on the CDC computers as part of a project to evaluate several interactive graphics programs. An interactive procedure was developed to automate the conversion of a NASTRAN bulk data deck to a MOVIE.BYU-readable file. MOVIE.BYU can have many applications at DTNSRDC. Color slides, viewgraphs, or pictures for briefings, presentations, or reports can be produced from any information that MOVIE.BYU can display. Some examples are titling information, geometric models of naval structures, or stresses in a submarine hull. MOVIE.BYU can also be used to produce color movies of dynamic phenomena such as the frequency response of a structure or the fluid flow around a submerged body. MOVIE.BYU's capabilities for color images will allow a better presentation of information than any line drawing could provide.