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Posted: Fri Sep 23, 2011 1:10 pm
by R. Araya
There was another 3D cartoon produced in the 1950's, but it didn't see the light of day until September 1960 when 20th Century Fox released it alongside September Storm (coincidental title, isn't it). It was Space Attack (originally titled The Adventures of Sam Space). Here's a 3D copy: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A1TnnW0SMlU.

Posted: Fri Sep 23, 2011 4:24 pm
by Paulie J. Waddle
Would the Time for Beany episode count?

Posted: Fri Sep 23, 2011 6:27 pm
by Woody Woodpecker
R. Araya wrote:There was another 3D cartoon produced in the 1950's, but it didn't see the light of day until September 1960 when 20th Century Fox released it alongside September Storm (coincidental title, isn't it). It was Space Attack (originally titled The Adventures of Sam Space). Here's a 3D copy: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A1TnnW0SMlU.


Do you know what kind of 3D glasses I should use? The modern one sold at theaters don't

Posted: Fri Sep 23, 2011 7:35 pm
by R. Araya
WoodpeckerWoody wrote:Do you know what kind of 3D glasses I should use? The modern one sold at theaters don't

You should better use the well-known red-cyan anaglyph glasses you can find anywhere.

Posted: Sat Sep 24, 2011 3:26 am
by zavkram
R. Araya wrote:You should better use the well-known red-cyan anaglyph glasses you can find anywhere.


Here's a company that sells them online; but if you live outside the U.S., the shipping charges can be astronomical.

I recently ordered two pair of "Pro-View" glasses; one with red-cyan lenses (for viewing most 3D photos and 3D videos) and the other with red-green lenses (for viewing the two 3D shorts made by the Three Stooges). They weren't expensive, but I had them shipped to a friend of mine in the U.S. because I was traveling there soon and could bring them back in my carry-on luggage.