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Meet Bob Furmanek: HTF Golden Age 3-D Consultant

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#1801 of 1804 OFFLINE   Stephen_J_H


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Posted July 27 2015 - 02:20 PM

Do we know if there will be a 3D BD release of this Bob?

"My opinion is that (a) anyone who actually works in a video store and does not understand letterboxing has given up on life, and (b) any customer who prefers to have the sides of a movie hacked off should not be licensed to operate a video player."-- Roger Ebert

#1802 of 1804 OFFLINE   Bob Furmanek

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Posted July 27 2015 - 02:48 PM



:) :) :)

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#1803 of 1804 OFFLINE   davidmatychuk



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Posted July 27 2015 - 05:09 PM



Besides, when someone like Dr. Brian May says that 3-D RARITIES is "brilliant" in front of several hundred stereophiles, that sort of negates a 2-star review from someone converting it to color anaglyph with a "3-D Video Wizard."

As a source of 3-D movie wonderment, there has never been anything like "3-D Rarities", not in a theatre, and not in a home theatre. Anyone with two eyes (minimum) can see that.

#1804 of 1804 OFFLINE   revgen


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Posted July 27 2015 - 07:29 PM

A week ago, a little birdie dropped a couple hints of two vintage 3-D films that may be released sometime in the near future.

Hint #1 - This film cost over $2 million to produce. One of the more expensive 3-D films shot during it's day.

Hint #2 - The director of photography on this film is one of the most famous cinematographers to ever employ his craft during the studio era.

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