The 60th Hollywood International Stereo Exhibition

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The Hollywood Exhibition is a photography contest sanctioned by PSA (meaning acceptances and awards count towards PSA star ratings and other honors). It is open to everyone, whether or not they are members of the PSA, the LA 3-D Club or any other organization. This year, only digital formats were accepted. _______________________________________________________ Click to Open… [Continue Reading]

Unpeeling “Top Banana” And Finding Answers About The 3D Movie That Slipped Away

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Th This article is only possible due to the extensive research by film historian Robert Furmanek. Thank you Bob for all the research and restorations by you and the 3-D Film Archive. It’s long been known that “Top Banana” (1954) was a lost 3D film. At the World 3-D Film Expo II, it was announced… [Continue Reading]

The 59th Hollywood International Stereo Exhibition Results

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The 59th Hollywood International Stereo Exhibition – 2019 The Hollywood Exhibition is a photography contest sanctioned by PSA (meaning acceptances and awards count towards PSA star ratings and other honors). It is open to everyone, whether or not they are members of the PSA, the LA 3-D Club or any other organization. This year, only… [Continue Reading]

PLEASE NOTE: THERE IS NO REGULAR CLUB MEETING IN DECEMBER

Due to the Holiday Party at the 16th LA 3-D Movie Festival, there will NOT be a December general meeting at the Armory in Pasadena.

My Visits With Andre

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Over the years, I have been privileged to have met and interacted with many great movie directors. Among them, Mervyn LeRoy, Raoul Walsh, William Wyler, George Pal, Sydney Pollack, Alan J. Pakula, Arthur Penn, Lamont Johnson, Michael Ritchie, Brian De Palma, Melvin Frank, Frank Perry, Joan Micklin Silver, William Castle, Graeme Ferguson, Greg MacGillivray, James… [Continue Reading]

A Fond Farewell to the Damsel Who Distressed the Creature From the Black Lagoon

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Julie Adams (10/17/1926 – 2/3/2019) won not only the Creature’s heart, but the hearts of all of her fans not only in over fifty feature films and hundreds of television episodes, but also live theater and book signing appearances over the years. Not to surprising, but certainly just as sad, Julie Adams, the beauty from… [Continue Reading]

Awarded IMAX Filmmaker Toni Myers Dies at 75

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3D Photo: The late Ray Zone with IMAX co-founder Graeme Ferguson and Toni Myers in 2006. Former NASA astronaut Tom Jones on his Twitter account paid tribute to Toni Myers as an “Imax genius.” “The first film on shuttle I recall seeing Toni’s “The Dream is Alive,” blew me away. I wanted to be a… [Continue Reading]

1954 – Sixty Five Years Ago

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3D had a wild ride all through 1953. As 1953 began, 3D and Bwana Devil was all the talk. Every movie studio rushed to cash in as soon as possible. Of The 16,000 movie theaters, many hundred paid for the upgrades necessary to project 3D, other theaters waited and others would soon upgrade for wide… [Continue Reading]

Creature From The Black Lagoon Approaches 65

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As the Creature approaches sixty-five and plans to sign up for medicare, there are no signs of him slowing down, he is more popular than ever. Collectors love the film, a one sheet poster recently sold for $24 thousand and even the re-issue posters are demanding top-dollar. Any of the eight lobby cards are selling… [Continue Reading]

Dash In Or Dash Out?

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It should come as no surprise that in this day and age of 140 character maximum tweets and the world of Internet acronyms that the dash is being thrown out of 3-D. Dr. Andrew J. Woods of the Centre for Marine Science & Technology, Curtin University, Perth, Australia pointed out that the dash may be… [Continue Reading]

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