Richard--W, I regret I did not see your earlier post, else I would have posted this much, much sooner for you.
I'm very glad you asked about it, though: I had neglected to transcribe my own hastily jotted notes until now.
I hope this helps you.
1. Melody Vectograph reel (It was agonizingly obvious that this reel will never make it through a projector again, owing to vinegar syndrome. We were surely the last audience who will ever watch it.)
2. Louisiana Territory footage (I have a note in my margin, "jumpy.")
3. Accidental 3-D -- Charlie Chaplin in The Circus
4. Crespinel footage
5. Alternate footage from Gentleman’s Friend (By "alternate," I mean it was different from the footage shown a week earlier at the European Rarities show.)
7. Real Thing -- Capstan Cigarettes 1952 (2-D print only)
8. In Tune with Tomorrow (2-D print only)
9. College Capers (In anaglyph format, which was somewhat disappointing because the late Dan Symmes had prepared left and right separations that could have been projected using polarized transmission, but his digital files for them are misplaced or lost.)
10. Kelly’s Plasticons
11. Lumiere test footage (mid-1930s)
12. Segments from New Audioscopiks and Third Dimensional Murder
13. A Day in the Country (Now dated at about 1941, not 1953. I have a note in my margin, “Stereo Laffs,” but I can’t remember what that refers to. It is possibly the name of a projected series of comedic shorts that were meant to be filmed in 3-D, but don’t hold me to that!)
14. Thrills for You (1940) -- Pennsylvania Railroad film
15. Ring of Fear 3-D footage
16. Son of Sinbad outtakes, projected without sound
17. I’ll Sell My Shirt (I have a note in my margin, “1/2." My recollection is that only half the short was shown, because that's the only portion for which a duplicate print could be made. Since that half involved a burlesque girl as opposed to an unfunny comic, I don't imagine anyone was too disappointed!)
18. 3-D Jamboree from Disneyland. (At one point, this appeared to fall out of sync by about one frame in one eye.)
Edited by David M. Ballew, October 20 2013 - 10:05 PM.