GUN FURY, with Rock Hudson and Donna Reed, is scheduled for release on DVD by Sony on May 31. It's a pretty good movie that is even better when seen as intended in 3-D. I was fortunate enough to see a recent revival screening in the dual projection in the original polarized, clear glasses process. Amazing. Too bad the DVD will be flat only; they could have easily included a field sequential 3-D print for use with shutter glasses along with the modified flat print. There were a whole slew of 3-D westerns in the 50's, and the process was really well suited to the genre. Some of them were rowdier than others with the gimmicks, but GUN FURY avoided that for the most part. Other 3-D westens included CHARGE AT FEATHER RIVER, THE STRANGER WORE A GUN, HANNAH LEE, JESSE JAMES VS THE DALTONS, THE NEBRASKAN, THE MOONLIGHTER, SOUTHWEST PASSAGE, WINGS OF THE HAWK, TAZA: SON OF COCHISE, HONDO with John Wayne, THE BOUNTY HUNTER and THE COMMAND, though the last 2 were released flat only as far as I know. All of these, like most 3-D movies, were shown in clear glasses, polarized form, so it wouldn't be a good idea to convert them to the inferior red/blue anaglyph process as that would not look anything like the original movie at all. (HONDO was shown on TV in anaglyph form and it didn't look very good) This would be simpler for DVD, but not worth the trouble as the results are so poor. It would be cool to see some 3-D western collections (Warners and Columbia made the most) in field sequential form. They of course would have to have the flat 2-D version on there too, but that's obvious. It's all very unlikely and probably the only hope is that a studio would license the 3-D versions out to someone like Sensio for use with their 3-D processor, which uses a similar system to field sequential but one that requires a lot more expensive equipment! Still, not impossible, as Disney/Dimension sanctioned the recently released, legit SPY KIDS 3-D Extreme 3-D edition in Sensio format, which presents the film in full color 3-D for the first time. Maybe they're all waiting for true HD DVD for 3-D! That might be the best bet, who knows?