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Malcolm R

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Can't wait. The only "classic" 3D I feel like was a waste of time and money is A*P*E.
 
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I’ve found a lot to like in just about all of the 3D titles of this era. I’m pretty sure I’ve actually seen this one and if it’s the movie I’m thinking of, I remember enjoying it quite a bit.
 
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Well, they changed the date again.,but, I think it's final. Feb the 9th 21. I know it's final cause they now are offering pre-orders on Amazon, now. Why the delay? My guess the effects of covid and the 3D archives fixing the other film, Dynasty first.
 

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So, I take it this is actually a decent film?

As much as I love 3D, a lot of these 50s films that were filmed in the format are real duds.
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Here is a review:

Thanks, Alex.

I preordered this.

I'm just very careful what I buy when it comes to the remaining library of 50s 3D fare. Some of the titles I have bought, while pleased with the 3D, was a very difficult watch as far as entertainment value was concerned.
 

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Thanks, Alex.

I preordered this.

I'm just very careful what I buy when it comes to the remaining library of 50s 3D fare. Some of the titles I have bought, while pleased with the 3D, was a very difficult watch as far as entertainment value was concerned.
If your a fan of westerns and Woody Woodpecker, and enjoy listening to audio commentaries, you should like this title.