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Cease Fire 3D -Shot Live in 1953 in Korea- Is Available Again

Cease Fire (1953) is an unusual and even unique big studio feature from Paramount. Beyond its excellent use of stereoscopic 3D and stereo sound, Cease Fire is a semi-documentary depiction of the last days of the Korean War, shot on real battlefield locations, using real soldiers, more or less playing themselves, firing real ammunition. Watch the trailer here under.

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Frankenstein's Bloody Terror Re-Released in 35mm 3D

"Frankenstein's Bloody Terror" was originally released in 1968. The world premiere of the newly struck print will take place at the Quad Cinema in New-York City on October 14, 2017 as part of “Comin’ At Ya! 35mm 3D”, a week-long survey of over/under movies from 1966-1984.

"Frankenstein's Bloody Terror" will have its Philadelphia premiere at International House on  December 9, 2017, as part of an Exhumed Films double feature with DRACULA VS. FRANKENSTEIN.

 

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Cease Fire (1953) Now Available on Blu-Ray 3D

Cease Fire is a 1953 Korean war documentary shot in stereoscopic 3D format by Owen Crump.

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The Maze 3D will Be Restored - Blu-ray 3D Coming Soon...

THE MAZE (1953) will be restored this fall in 4K from original stereoscopic left/right 35mm archival elements by Kino Lorber Studio Classics and the 3D Film Archive. Expect a Blu-ray 3D release date around Christmas 2017. And watch the trailer here under!

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Brooklyn’s Prospect Park Celebrates 150th Anniversary with 19th-Century Stereograms

The Brooklyn’s Prospect Park opened in 1867 in New-york, USA and is celebrating its 150th birthday with a collection of 19th Century stereograms from the New York Public Library’s collection of stereoscopic images.

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The Lullwater from Nethermead Circuit, Prospect Park, stereoscopic view (courtesy Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Division of Art, Prints and Photographs: Photography Collection,The New York Public Library)

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