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EAN-130617311679193   EAN-13 barcode 0617311679193
UPC-A617311679193   UPC-A barcode 617311679193
Product Name3-D Rarities
CategoryElectronics / Photography: A/V Media: Movie
Amazon.comA Buy on Amazon ~ B00VGXABLI
Price New39.95 US Dollars    (curriencies)
IMDbIMDb Link
Run Time147 minutes
CastCharlie Crafts, Joanne Dru, Macdonald Carey, Nat King Cole, Richard Carlson
Run Time147 minutes
BindingBlu-ray
FormatMultiple Formats, Blu-ray, NTSC, Surround Sound
Run Time147 minutes
Long Description3-D RARITIES
A Collection of 22 Ultra-Rare and Stunningly Restored 3-D Films

It has taken over 30 years for the 3-D Film Archive to assemble and restore the material in 3-D Rarities, an eye-popping collection of ultra-rare and long-lost movies, which Flicker Alley and the 3-D Film Archive are proud to present here for the first time on Blu-ray.

Selections include Kelley's Plasticon Pictures, the earliest extant 3-D demonstration film from 1922 with incredible footage of Washington and New York City; New Dimensions, the first domestic full color 3-D film originally shown at the World's Fair in 1940; Thrills for You, a promotional film for the Pennsylvania Railroad; Around is Around, a 3-D animated gem by Norman McLaren; Rocky Marciano vs. Jersey Joe Walcott, the only 3-D newsreel; Stardust in Your Eyes, a hilarious standup routine by Slick Slavin; trailer for The Maze, with fantastic production design by William Cameron Menzies; Doom Town, a controversial anti-atomic testing film mysteriously pulled from release; puppet cartoon The Adventures of Sam Space, presented in widescreen; I'll Sell My Shirt, a burlesque comedy unseen in 3-D for over 60 years; Boo Moon, an excellent example of color stereoscopic animation...and more!

Presented in high-quality digital 3-D, all films have been stunningly restored and mastered direct from archival materials. Meticulously aligned shot by shot for precise registration of the original left/right elements, these historic 3-D motion pictures have never before looked this good.

The date of the first documented exhibition of a 3-D film occurred on June 10, 1915. 3-D Rarities commemorates the centennial of 3-D motion pictures!

Bonus Materials Include:
- Introductions by Leonard Maltin and Trustin Howard.
- Essays by Julian Antos, Hillary Hess, Thad Komorowski, Donald McWilliams, Ted Okuda, Mary Ann Sell and Jack Theakston.
- 3-D photo galleries - Hunchback of Notre Dame (1923), New York World's Fair (1939), Sam Sawyer View-Master reels (1950) and 3-D Comic Books (1953).
- 3-D footage directed by Francis Ford Coppola from The Bellboy and the Playgirls (1962).
- Commentary tracks by Thad Komorowski and Jack Theakston.

TO WATCH THE 3-D VERSIONS OF THESE FILMS, YOU NEED:
- 3D HDTV
- COMPATIBLE 3D GLASSES
- BLU-RAY 3DTM PLAYER OR PLAYSTATION 3 SYSTEM*
- HIGH-SPEED HDMI CABLE

This Edition Is Also Viewable in 2D, Playable on Your Standard Blu-ray Player

Please note: The Lumière test footage, previously listed as part of the contents, is no longer available to our project partners, 3-D Film Archive, to include in this publication. We regret this inconvenience and still hope that you will enjoy the many other rare treasures and supplemental bonus features in this specially-curated collection.

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