3 D Films of 1953

I have just come across this poster which is a great example of just how exciting and enticing these 3D films could be.

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I have said before how much I loved 3 D Films but I am not at all familiar with this Van Heflin / Julia Adams release

3 D Film releases 1953

ABOVE – It seems that this is out on Blu- Ray shortly but sadly only in 2 D format. I had my hopes up when I first saw it.

Double Feature in 3D

ABOVE: A Double Bill of 3D Horror Films that I would have loved to have seen. A few years ago there was a 3D Festival in Los Angeles which showed these two as well as many more including Westerns – sadly missed that but keep my eyes open for another such event. If anyone knows of one please let me know.

The Phantom of the Rue Morgue came out following the success of House of Wax which itself was very well received. I certainly saw The Phantom of the Rue Morgue in 3 D at the cinema and was well impressed.





ABOVE – Richard Carlson starred in It Came from Outer Space – he was also in Creature from the Black Lagoon and The Maze – both in 3 D.

I liked both of these. I always find  ‘The Maze’  particularly intriguing.

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Dial M For Murder – an Alfred Hitchcock film – was hardly shown in 3D – in fact I don’t know of anyone who actually saw it that way. Hitchcock made the film as he would have done any other with no particular gimmicks for the 3D process whereas the other films all tended to take advantage of the process – understandably of course.

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Films in 3D -= ABOVE House of Wax

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Films in 3 D ABOVE The Phantom of the Rue Morgue


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