That's a great article. And incidentally, it confirmed for me that while I'm fine with cross-over (right-left) 3d pic displays, I simply can't manage the other left-right sort. Is there an easy trick to get these into resolution?
I've seen this on a couple of other boards, but no one has included a link to accompany this news. Is there a link you can provide? I couldn't find anything on the VS site.Vinegar Syndrome has plans for a 3-D blu-ray coming out in November 2020. That’s all I know at this point.
I've seen this on a couple of other boards, but no one has included a link to accompany this news. Is there a link you can provide? I couldn't find anything on the VS site.
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It's listed down toward the bottom of the page.
What do you think might be a good fit for them? Silent Madness? They also release porn, so that's a possibility. I'm curious to see what it is. I sent them an email saying they should consider partnering with The 3-D Film Archive. We shall see.
Taza is lots of 3D fun, however you feelMy copy of "Taza" arrived yesterday. I'll be checking it out tonight after watching some more of of the astounding "3D Rarities II" disc I received a few weeks ago. It's so great that a medium that I grew to love as a child in the early '50s can live once again..... and better than ever! 3D Film Archive is a wonder! Thanks.
I read an article, maybe on @Bob Furmanek site, that Ankrum was in more 3D movies than anyone, in the 50’s. He was a mainstay in the monster films of the 50’s.My sentiments exactly.
Never thought I'd see a judge from the Perry Mason TV show (Morris Ankrum) in a 3D film. And as an Indian yet!
I licensed Sea Dreams a long time ago from Murray Lerner and we stroke a new lo-con print and did a digital telecine (albeit a pan-and-scan from 2.4 to 1.78) to PAL D1 format with digital dust busting and English uncompressed soundtrack from magnetic for a show overseas. Magnetic tapes in other languages were available, I remember Thai, which was brought by mistake to the telecine.Beyond the physical availability, it comes down to the 3 R's of 3D: Rights, Rights, Rights.
It's just best to assume that, if 3DFA is not working on it, it either isn't physically findable, or the rights are prohibitively out-of-reach.
The 3D short I'd most like to see be able to get the 3DFA treatment is the 1941 MGM Pete Smith Specialty "Third Dimensional Murder," which has received a 2D airing on TCM. It's owned by Warner Bros. and, alas, WB seems to have thrown in the towel on tapping any of the balance of its classic 3D library, whether via in-house resources or with a partner like 3DFA.
I agree. Another excellent 3D restoration but I found the film to be rather a bore. Not helped by my never having thought much of Rock Hudson as an actor. It did seem to be a very low budget western as well - with too many night scenes, which didn't show off 3-D well. A word of praise though for Mike Ballow's slideshow presentation which was very informative and I loved the way the stills stood far out from the screen.Well, I guess I'm in the minority. I thought the movie looked great in 3-D Technicolor. However, it's a mediocre western with some entertaining sequences in the movie. I haven't seen this movie since I was a kid back in the 1960's, but, I did watch it twice on disc over the past 24 hours. An entertaining audio commentary on my second viewing. I'm glad I bought this disc, but, I doubt I'll be watching it again any time soon.