April 2013

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3-D Review Online Magazine Turns 10

3-D Review Online Magazine logo.3-D Review Online Magazine celebrates its 10th anniversary during April 2013. The first issue appeared online in April 2003. Every month since that time, 3-D Review has delivered the latest information about new and vintage 3-D products and services to the stereoscopic community.

A FREE DVD is available containing all 10 years of back issues of 3-D Review Online Magazine. See the entire list of archived articles available on the DVD here. This DVD is a great reference about the 3-D items we have featured during the past decade and contains links to the original sites featured in the articles you can click and visit if you have a Web browser connection.
Editor's note: Some of the links are no longer active but the article tells some of the story about the 3-D item.

In this issue we celebrate with a look back at some of our favorite articles with the best of the 3-D Review Online Magazine articles from the past 10 years as well as articles about the latest stereo 3-D items.

3-D Review Online Magazine would like to thank everyone for their nice comments, support and participation by providing promotional review products, interviews and special access. Without our readers and those who bring 3-D to the stereoscopic community we would not exist.

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Doctor Who 50th Anniversary Special in 3-D

The movie-length 3-D episode will be shown at cinemas in Britain and around the world at the same time as it is screened on BBC1 in November.

The 10th doctor portrayed by David Tennant wears anaglyphic 3-D glasses in a past TV episode with Billie Piper as Rose Tyler.Doctor Who is heading for another dimension...this time it is the third dimension with a 3-D film to celebrate the sci-fi show’s 50th anniversary.

The 3-D movie-length episode will be shown at cinemas in Britain and around the world at the same time as it is screened on BBC1 in November. The series first episode aired on Nov. 23, 1963.

“Filming for the anniversary episode starts in two weeks and there is a real buzz about it, especially because it will be in 3-D. It is being planned as a TV movie to mark 50 years of the show. It will be the highlight of the celebrations. The episode has been written but we don’t really know yet whether it will be an hour, 75 minutes or 90 minutes” said a BBC spokesperson.

Stars of the drama, including Matt Smith who plays the Doctor, and Jenna-Louise Coleman, his sidekick Clara Oswald, received the scripts early in March 2013.

The first hint that it would be a film-length episode came as Doctor Who actors promoted the new series, which starts on March 30, 2013.

Referring to the 50th birthday show, Matt said: “I read the script and I clapped at the end. It’s hilarious, epic and vast. You won’t be disappointed.”

Insiders said the BBC gave Doctor Who writer Steven Moffat “free rein” to decide how long it would be. Episodes are usually 45 minutes long. A behind-the-scenes DVD is also being planned.

The anniversary in November will be marked with a 90-minute BBC2 drama about how the show was created and a fan event at the London Excel.

Fun fact: In a previous TV episode, the 10th doctor portrayed by David Tennant wore anaglyphic 3-D glasses. Tennant is shown with Billie Piper, as companion Rose Tyler, in the photo above. The movie-length episode will use modern 3-D technology using polarized 3-D glasses.

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Jefferson Stereoptics View-Master® Auction Deadline Extended to May 1

View-Master 3M viewerOne of the best places to find View-Master® and other 3-D items for sale is Jefferson Stereoptics regularly held View-Master® and stereoview auctions conducted by John Saddy. The latest collection of View-Master® goodies is on the auction block with the deadline to place bids on Wednesday, May 1, 2013, featuring lots 1 through 446.

Subscribers receive John's catalog several times a year. Cost of the subscription pays for printing the catalog and postage to mail it. Each issue of the printed catalog includes photos of some of the most sought after 3-D items featured in each sale.

Some of the items in the May auction:

  • Lot 3 - View-Master® Special Reel - 3-D Pictures for Profit. (Shows various ways to use V-M commercially. Light bubbling and soil on the reel, and the rim edge is rough in one area, but the more serious problem is the soil on the cells, still, a good space-filler) and MTV MUSIC TELEVISION, THIS IS OUR BRANDSTORY (made in 2008 for MTV Networks the The Netherlands and only a few hundred were produced. Non-Kodachrome and no stereo effect, otherwise Exc.
  • Lots 10-16 - Coca-Cola Ad Reels.
    10. #2 LARGE FOOD STORES REEL (Light overall bubbling)
    11. #3 SMALL FOOT STORES REEL (light overall bubbling)
    12. #4 EAT AND DRINK REEL (minor bubbling on back of reel)
    13. #5 AT WORK REEL (light overall bubbling)
    14. #6 CARTON RACK REEL (scrape on reel body and light overall bubbling)
    15. #7 PRE-MIX VENDOR REEL (hint of bubbling)
    16. #8 PRE-MIX COUNTER REEL (negligible wear)
  • Lot 145 - (2 pkts) DANIEL BOONE (S6, B479, Ed.A) Rumor of hint of bubbling, otherwise reels and bklt Exc., pkt VG) and BONANZA (S6, B471, no Ed.) Reel one, scene one has the famous image with the Cartwrights subtly giving ‘the finger’ to VM enthusiasts, mostly children, all over the world! Negligible to light overall bubbling, bklt Exc., pkt VG to VG+)
  • Lot 146 - THE MAN FROM U.N.C.L.E. (S6, B484,Ed.A) Reels, bklt Exc., pkt VG. MB$10. $ 10 *
  • Lot 150 - THE GREEN HORNET (S6, B488, Ed.A) Negligible bubbling on the reels, bklt Exc., pkt VG to VG+.
  • Lot 151 - THE MUNSTERS (S6, B481, Ed.A) Reels and bklt Exc., pkt VG+ (was MNO bit too tight) MB$100. $ 100 *
  • Lot 152 - (3 pkts) LAND OF THE LOST (G3,B579, Ed.A) Reels, bklt Exc., pkt has some separation, otherwise VG+., CAPTAIN KANGAROO (S5, B560, 755ABC) Very mild wear on the reels, bklt VG, pkt G.and ROWAN AND MARTIN’S LAUGH-IN (G1, B497, Ed.A) Last set, reels Exc., pkt G+.
  • Lot 434 - View-Master® Personal camera, cutter and 42 new blank reels. The cutter is dark brown mottled finish, VG+ to Exc. and still cuts sharp. It comes with its original box which is G. The camera is VG+ to Exc. and has a subtle retailer imprint on body for Drake’s Drug Store. No case for the camera. Lot also includes 42 blank reels with sleeves, in 7 boxes. Lot also includes the instructions for the cutter (Good) and camera instructions (fair to G) MB$300.

The auction items are also listed and all lots are scanned on John's Web site at www.saddyauctions.com. The Web site is easily navigated by topic. Each item is grouped in areas of interest such as View-Master® packets USA and Canada or View-Master® packets television and movies and so on. You will need to register on the site in order to place a bid online.

John grades each item and includes elaborate descriptions, too. Unlike eBay, sniping is not part of the equation in John's auctions. Lots are closed with a very liberal waiting period. Beginning at the closing time, after 10 minutes with no bids or inquiries, all lots are closed together.

You can contact John via an e-mail link on the Saddy Auctions website to find out about subscribing to the catalog. Jefferson Stereoptics is located in London Ontario, Canada.


John Saddy will be auctioning off the stereoview boxed set collection of th elate Harry L. Newman. Harry had been a member of the National Stereoscopic Association for many years and attended most conventions as they were a source for his ever-expanding and improving boxed set collection. "When I first knew him, he lived in New Jersey but eventually he settled in Arizona. He will be missed by his many collector and dealer friends. This is widely considered to be the most comprehensive (known) boxed set stereoview collection in the world," said Saddy. The collection is in London, Canada and Saddy will be offering it over the next couple of years.

It includes comprehensive coverage by the more common makers, Keystone and U&U and also very fine coverage of less common makers such as Stereo Travel, Realistic Travels, H.C. White and others. Many of the sets offered for auction will be what are considered 'once-in-a-lifetime' opportunities for stereo photography enthusiasts to
add to their collections. Some sets even Saddy was not even aware existed, even though he has been in the antique stereo imagery business for more than three decades.

Register for Saddy's stereoview auctions so you can have access to some of the RAREST sets in the world!

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Stereoscopic Displays and Applications 3-D Theatre Best of Show 3-D Content Winners Announced

Experts in stereoscopic cinema at the annual Stereoscopic Displays and Applications (SD&A) conference, the world's premier conference for 3-D innovation, announced the winners of the annual 3-D Theatre session held Feb. 4, 2013. The SD&A conference is held as part of the annual Electronic Imaging Symposium coordinated by the professional societies IS&T and SPIE.

The large audience at the two-hour SD&A 3-D Theatre session were treated to a varied selection of 42 different 3-D content segments highlighting a wide range of styles from 3-D content producers from around the world.

This year's judges of the SD&A 3-D Theatre session were:

  • Eric Kurland, stereographer on the Oscar nominated “Maggie Simpson in The Longest Daycare” from 3-DIY and president of the Los Angeles 3-D Club.
  • Jason Goodman, stereographer on “The Amazing Spider-Man” from 21st Century 3-D.
  • Lenny Lipton, founder of StereoGraphics Corp. and former CTO of RealD.

The judges were impressed with the high quality and inventiveness of the content, and had a challenging task to choose the winning entries from among a strong field.

Two Best of Show prizes were awarded at the SD&A 3-D Theatre session:

The Best of Show award for 3-D live action went to Ninety Three Million Miles from Site-Eye Time-Lapse Films (directors: Brian McClave and Gavin Peacock) (UK).

The Best of Show award for 3-D CGI went to Nuts & Robbers from ToonBox Entertainment Ltd. (Canada) and Redrover Co., Ltd. (South Korea).

The full list of 3-D content segments screened during the SD&A 3-D Theatre session was as follows:

Competition Category

  • Ninety Three Million Miles – Site-Eye Time-Lapse Films (directors: Brian McClave and Gavin Peacock) (UK).
  • Nuts & Robbers – ToonBox Entertainment Ltd. (Canada) and Redrover Co., Ltd. (South Korea).
  • 3-D Clouds Throughout the Day – Masuji Suto (Japan).
  • The Art Of Flight 3-D – Red Bull Media House in association with Brain Farm Digital Cinema (USA).
  • Cosmic Encounters – Jürgen Hansen & Simone Stripp (France).
  • Bolts & Blip: Battle of the Lunar League - Movie Trailer – ToonBox Entertainment Ltd. and Redrover Co., Ltd. (Canada).
  • The Best of 3-DGuy – Al Caudullo (USA).
  • Fugaku Hyakkei - 3-D Converted Ukiyo-e Japanese Woodblock Prints – Waseda University, Toppan Printing Co., Ltd (Japan).
  • Get Lost in 3-D – Andrew Woods (Australia).
  • Anvil – Per Nyman (Sweden).
  • Prometheus Cave – Zaza Lomidze (Georgia).
  • Moonglow - The Lives – Chang Hae-Rang (South Korea).
  • Stereoscopic Memories from Catalonia – Lluís Dubreuil (Spain).
  • Transmutation – Volker Kuchelmeister?(Australia).
  • Balloon in the City – Cheers Elephant (band), Ryan Suits (director) (USA).
  • The Charlatan – Ray Zone (USA).
  • Canals of Amsterdam – Masuji Suto (Japan).
  • China Cup International Regatta 2012 – Film Magic Limited (Hong Kong).
  • Sawdust Teaser – Wayne Schoenfeld and Anthony Coogan (USA).
  • Dream Defenders – Tiny Island Productions Pte Ltd (Singapore).
  • The Collection – Andrew Murchie (UK).
  • The Chopin Shorts Collection: 3-D; Papa’s Boy – BreakThru Films (producer: Hugh Welchman) (Poland).
  • The Chopin Shorts Collection: 3-D; Spirits of the Piano – BreakThru Films (producer: Hugh Welchman) (Poland).
  • Make Every Second Count: Jim Dellevalle's Chapter – Nat Bartholomew (USA).
  • The End of the Dark Ages of the Universe – Ralf Kaehler (SLAC), Marcelo Alvarez (CITA) & Tom Abel (SLAC) (USA).
  • Eastern State Penitentiary – Terry Wilson (USA).
  • Soulmates 3-D – The S3D Centre (Canada).
  • Storm Surfers 3-D – 6ixty Foot Films (Australia).
  • Digital Darkroom: The Art of 3-D – Steven Kochones (USA).
  • Skyscrapers – OK Go (USA).

Demonstration Category

  • Finding Nemo 3-D – Pixar Animation Studios (USA).
  • Flying Swords of Dragon Gate – Bona Entertainment Company Limited (China).
  • A Day in the Life of an Audi Driver – Audi Le Mans – Chris Curtis for Passion Pictures (UK).
  • Karatchi Scramble – Chris Casady (USA).
  • Hooked – Parus Studio in collaboration with Tritone Studio (Latvia).
  • James Stewart 3-D – GoPro Media Team (USA).
  • London 2012 Olympic Games – Olympic Broadcasting Service (UK).
  • Titans of the Ice Age – Giant Screen Films (USA).
  • Mapping Change in Sierra Nevada Forests – Steven McQuinn (USA).
  • Intel 3D-TRI-GATE Trailer – KUK Filmproduction Munich (Germany).
  • The Last Reef – Giant Screen Films (USA).
  • La Luna – Pixar Animation Studios (USA).

Two other prizes were awarded at the 2013 SD&A conference:

The prize for the best use of 3-D during the technical presentations was awarded to Jim Defillipis for his keynote presentation Coverage of the London 2012 Olympic Games in 3-D, which included a behind-the-scenes documentary which showed the 3-D cameras used at the 2012 Olympics in 3-D action.

The prize of the best demonstration at the conference was awarded to John Toeppen and Jason Buchheim for their Giga-pixel Immersive Stereoscopic Panoramas.

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The Joyners in 3-D Graphic Novel

The Joyners in 3-D cover art and panel.

Comics illustrator David Marquez is currently working in his second graphic novel, The Joyners in 3-D. The Joyners is set in the future, the 2060's to be exact, and features characters that could be compared to the 1960's futuristic family The Jetsons, except this less than perfect family has much more mature themes.

Yes, there are flying cars and cities in the sky, but in the Joyners future those bright shiny buildings are just the background for the human drama the characters ultimately face when they have to pay for their actions.

Marquez, who says he is a bit of a control freak, learned to create the 3-D himself. "If for nothing else just for the technical challenge," said Marquez, "The more control over how the 3-D looked, the happier I would be in the overall execution and telling of the story."

The upcoming Archaia graphic novel The Joyners in 3-D reunites Marquez with his Syndrome collaborator R.J. Ryan.

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OZ The Great and Powerful 3-D Anaglyphic Images

OZ The Great and Powerful art in anaglypic 3-D.

Click to see a larger version in anaglypic black-and-white and anaglyphic color.

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Creature from the Black Lagoon 3-D Blu-Ray set for June 4, 2013 Release Date

Creature from the Black Lagoon draft Blu-ray cover art.

Universal released the 3-D version of The Creature from the Black Lagoon in a special Blu-ray set titled Universal Classic Monsters: The Essential Collection on Oct. 2012. If you could not afford to buy the boxset, now you have the chance to get The Creature from the Black Lagoon 3-D in a single Blu-ray package set to hit stores on June 4, 2013.

The Creature from the Black Lagoon is the last of Universal's classic monsters and the only one theatrically released in 3-D format back on March 5, 1954.

Perfectly blending Universal’s classic monster heritage with the science-fiction explosion of the 1950s, The Creature from the Black Lagoon tells the mythical story of a dangerous half-human, half-fish creature lurking in the depths of the Amazon. After discovering a unique prehistoric claw fossil on an expedition deep in the jungle, archeologists investigate its origins that lead them directly to a mysterious creature. Led by marine life specialist David Reed (Richard Carlson), the men try to capture the monster who has become obsessed with David’s assistant, Kay (Julia Adams). Originally released in 3-D, this thrilling adventure inspired sequels, TV series and more that continue to strengthen the monster’s legacy to this day.

Blu-ray Specifications
Blu-ray Widescreen (61126573) : Disc 1 (Side A): 2-D
Format: Blu-ray UPC: 0-2519-21878-0-3
Run Time (HH:MM): 1 Hour 20 Minutes
Language: English Disc Type: BD-50 (Single Sided)
Packaging: Snap Case Layers: Single
Audio: English DTS-HD Master Audio 2.0 Mono
French European DTS Digital Surround 2.0 Mono
Subtitles: English SDH

Edition: Picture: Widescreen
Version: Black & White
Rating: G CARA Rating
Bonus Features:

  • The Creature from the Black Lagoon (3-D Version)
  • Back to the Black Lagoon
  • Production Photographs
  • Feature Commentary with Film Historian Tom Weaver
  • Trailer Gallery
  • 100 Years of Universal: The Lot

DVD Full Frame (61020760) : Disc 1 (Side A)
Format: DVD UPC: 0-2519-20760-2-2
Run Time (HH:MM): 1 Hour 20 Minutes
Language: English Disc Type: DVD-9 (Single Sided)
Packaging: Snap Case Layers: Single
Audio: English Dolby Digital 2.0 Mono
Subtitles: English SDH

Edition: Picture: Full Frame
Version: Black & White
Rating: Not Rated CARA Rating
Bonus Features:

  • Back to The Black Lagoon.
  • Feature Commentary with Film Historian Tom Weaver.
  • Production Photographs.
  • Theatrical Trailer.
  • Cast and Filmmakers.
  • Production Notes.
  • Recommendations.

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Stereo World Magazine January/February 2013 Issue now available

Stereo World January/February 2013 cover art.Articles in the January/February issue of Stereo World magazine:

Do You Have Any Stereoviews from 1914?

Remembering Ray Zone

Louis Waldsmith

Lt. Joris, Belgium, and WW1's East African Sideshow
By Ralph Reily

Personalities in Perspective

Booker T. Washington, The Sage of Tuskegee
By Richard C. Ryder

Rare Views Document Historic Soldiers' Home
Review by John Dennis

Waldo Canyon Fire Stereos for the Pikes Peak Library
by Dan Shelly

Plus Editor's View, NewViews, News from the Stereoscopic Society of America and Classifieds.

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1950s View-Master® 3-D photos of Richmond, British Columbia, Canada donated to city archives

By Matthew Hoekstra - Richmond Review Excerpt Used by Permission. For more of the story visit Richmond Review - Originally published under the title View-Master® reels peer into local history on March 1, 2013.

View-Master viewer and reels.In the mid-1950s, James Noel McConnell, the owner of a local photo store and Richmond’s photographer of the day, started snapping photos with a View-Master® Personal® Stereo Camera. Thanks to a recent donation from the family of the late photographer, the City of Richmond Archives now has 44 View-Master photo reels of scenes from 1954 to 1958.

“People have already come to look at them here,” said archivist Bill Purver. “They’re sitting in the reference room, pointing it up to the light and clicking away. It just reminds you of what you used to do as a kid.”

Pageant queens at the Steveston Salmon Festival, sports days at Lord Byng school, bridge and tunnel construction and even ditch-digging were all documented by McConnell on View-Master® reels.

Purver said the donation of personal View-Master® reels are a first for the Archives. He hopes to make the images more accessible with computer software in the future, but for now researchers are welcome to make an appointment to view the photos the way they were meant to be seen, with the Archives’ own classic View-Master® viewer.

McConnell, the photographer, owned and operated Steveston PhotoCrafts, which later became Richmond Photo.

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Dr. No 3-D Blu-Ray from Taiwan

Cover art for Dr. No Blu-Ray 3-D disc from Taiwan.

Want to see Ursula Andress emerge from the ocean and into your living room? You wish could be a reality with the Taiwanese Blu-ray re-issue of the first James Bond movie Dr. No. The Blu-ray disc includes a 3-D conversion of the film. The Dr. No 3-D Blu-Ray disc is listed in the Blu-Ray.com database.

Moviefone is listing a 3-D IMAX reissue in the U.S. This could be in conjuction with the Bond films 50th anniversary in 2013. Maybe the other Bond films will also be converted to 3-D at some point in the future.

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Star Trek: Into Darkness 3-D International Poster Art

Star Trek: Into Darkness 3-D poster art.

Here is the international poster art for Star Trek: Into Darkness 3-D.

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Predator being converted to 3-D but for Blu-ray release only

The 1987 2Oth Century Fox film Predator starring Arnold Schwazengger is being converted to stereoscopic 3-D format using JVC Kenwood technology. The 3-D Blu-ray disc should be available in stores in late 2013.

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3-D Review Online Magazine celebrates its 10th anniversary with this issue. We have gone back into the archives to feature some of the favorite articles from the past 10 years.
Editor's Note: You can get a FREE DVD with all the back issues from the past 10 years here.

The most viewed article in our history is:

Is Marilyn Monroe's First Nude a Stereo Pair?

Is this the first nude photo of Marilyn Monroe?  Photo courtesy of Sloans and Kenyon.
Could this 3-D slide be the first nude photo of Marilyn Monroe as well as one of her first photographs as a professional model?
Photo courtesy of Sloans and Kenyon.

Norman Jean Baker appeared nude on a very famous 1950s calendar as well as being the first Playboy Playmate. She is, of course, better known as the iconic movie star Marilyn Monroe. However, that calendar image photographed by Tom Kelley in 1949 might not be the first time Norma Jean appeared in a mass produced nude image.

A Virginia roofer, who wishes to remain anonymous, discovered a naked picture of Marilyn Monroe, or someone who looks just like her, in a hidden stash of photos, and now the rare image will be auctioned on November 11, along with other Americana.

In 1997, the roofer was working on a Falls Church home when construction workers rehabbing an old house next door discovered a secret cache of photos in the rec room ceiling. Everything was dumped on the curb as trash, but the roofer took home the interesting bits. One of them was a set of 3-D slides mounted in a plastic holder.

The slides, on Anscocolor film, had turned magenta from age, but upon closer inspection, he decided that one of the six nude models on the 35mm filmstrips looked just like Norma Jean Baker, Monroe's early professional name.

After years of exhaustive research, the roofer is convinced that the historic image is not only the very first nude photo published of Monroe, but the image is amazingly taken in the 3-D format. He took the picture to Sloans & Kenyon auction house in Chevy Chase, Maryland, where it will be on the auction block on November 11.

"We believe it might be her first nude," says Sloans and Kenyon Auctioneers and Appraisers President Stephanie Kenyon. "A leg scar matches one from other authenticated pictures of Monroe at the time."

Modelscope ViewerThe photo may have been made by W.O. Schwartz in May 1945, when the 19-year-old model was just beginning her career. The image is totally nude but not full-frontal. Photographer Douglas Kirkland, who photographed the actress in 1961 for Look magazine said, "Entirely possible." Kirkland said Monroe survived by modeling at that time, although he had never seen anything like the filmstrip.

The filmstrip, mounted in a plastic filmstrip holder, contains images of six models. A Hollywood company distributed 3-D slides in a similar plastic holder under the names Modelscope or Treasurescope. This might be one of the Modelscope 3-D slides. The filmstrip, made to insert in a hand-held viewfinder, also includes other models from L.A.'s Blue Book agency, all posing for cheerful girlie shots in a style typical of the period and popular with World War II GIs. The plastic filmstrip holder is a reddish color and has tiny molded pins that allow the viewer to "lock" the slides into position when inserted into the viewer. To view the 3-D slides the user moved the plastic filmstrip holder either left or right until it locked into position. It is not known if the Modelscope plastic filmstrip holder came in color variations.

The Modelscope brand is a likely candidate as to the original format. Several photographs provided by the owner of the slide holder and the images on the slides show the slides in the same type plastic slide holder as the Modelscope and the images contain a similar numbering system as Modelscope slides. Research by the owner also confirmed that other models from the agency are the same as those appearing on the other images of the filmstrip.

The item description for the auction reads as follows:

Sale 25 Lot 1488 RARE 3-D FILMSTRIP DEPICTING NUDE NORMA JEANE BAKER DOUGHERTY (LATER KNOWN AS MARILYN MONROE), Circa May 1945. One of six images on two strips depicting six individual nude models photographed in Hollywood area outdoor landscape settings; on 35mm Anscocolor film, in 3-D format with plastic casing devised for use in Modelscope Viewer produced in Hollywood, CA. Photo attributed to W. O. Schwartz, located in 1945, at 426 S. Spring Street, Los Angeles, six blocks from the Ambassador Hotel which housed the Blue Book Modeling agency, employer of Norma Jeane. This image is thought to be Norma Jeane's first nude (significantly pre-dating Tom Kelley's famous image of 1949), and one of her first photographs as a professional model.
Estimate $3,000-5,000

PROVENANCE: Full details of discovery of filmstrip in Falls Church, VA, and subsequent authentication research available. PLEASE NOTE: To preserve the value of this never-before-published image for the successful bidder, only a portion of the entire photograph is illustrated here. However, the full nude image can be viewed at the Sloans & Kenyon gallery prior to auction.

Statements of condition are provided as a service to potential bidders; such statements are educated opinions and should not be regarded as facts. Sloans & Kenyon Auctioneers and Appraisers has no responsibility for any errors or omissions. Absence of statements of condition are not indications that lots are flawless or without normal signs of wear consistent with age.

Editor's Note: The 3-D filmstrip featuring a model believed to be Norma Jean Baker, aka Marilyn Monroe, sold for $5,500 ($6,490 after the auction house buyers premium) during an online and live floor bidding combination style auction held on Nov. 11, 2006. The pre-auction estimate for the value of the stereo slide was between $3,000 and $5,000. The winning bid went to pantheon1957, an online bidder, with a total of 20 bids placed for the item in the auction.

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View-Master® Reels and Packets - A Collector's Guide Vol. 1 - World Travel
Editor's Note: This article was originally published in the March 2004 issue of 3-D Review Online Magazine.

View-Master® Reels and Packets Vol. 1 World TravelDo you know what title was the first American blister pack? This bit of View-Master® trivia is only one of the thousands of facts you will find in View-Master® Reels and Packets Vol. 1 - World Travel.

View-Master® Reels and Packets Vol. 1 World Travel is Volume One of a three-volume historical overview of View-Master® Reels and Packets. The collector's guide contains a list of all known View-Master® Reels and Packets related to world travel since the introduction of the product.

The guide is written by Harry zur Kleinsmiede, who has been collecting View-Master® memorabilia longer than anyone else in the world, starting in 1952 when he was five years old. Harry describes how, when he was in a hospital at the age of four, he first discovered View-Master®. His lifetime love for the toy led to production of reels, books and albums he published for 3-D Book Publications as well as the collector's guides. The guide also features a short history of View-Master® including packet identification, test reels, different languages and much more.

The guide is arranged geographically. This makes it easy to quickly find the areas you are interested in that are available on reels and packets.

The guide is lavishly illustrated with photographs, reel faces and illustrations on nearly every page. There are also 16 pages in full color featuring 317 highly desireable View-Master® packets. Published in The Netherlands, the book features both U.S.A. and many rarely seen international packet designs.

Table of Contents

  • General information.
  • Chapter 1 - Scenic World Travel.
  • Chapter 2 - Europe.
  • Chapter 3 - Central and South America.
  • Chapter 4 - Africa.
  • Chapter 5 - Asia.
  • Chapter 6 - Australia and Pacific.


  • Single Reel Numbering.
  • Packet Numbering.
  • The Colour Pages.
  • Index to the Countries.

Hardbound, 256 pages including 16 full-color pages on glossy paper. ISBN #90 71377 57 1.

You won't want to put this book down when you first get it. It is a highly recommended addition to your 3-D library.

View-Master® Reels and Packets - A Collector's Guide Vol. 2 - U.S.A. and Canada
Editor's Note: This article was originally published in the March 2004 issue of 3-D Review Online Magazine.

View-Master® Reels and Packets Vol. 2 U.S.A. and CanadaDid you know a special View-Master® Presidential Gift set featuring the U.S.A. in 3-D pictures was produced in 1971 and created for special use by the Nixon White House as a gift during special visits outside the U.S.A? You can see a photograph of this elegant set and find out about thousands of more facts in the book View-Master® Reels and Packets Vol. 2 - U.S.A. and Canada written by Harry zur Kleinsmiede.

This is Volume Two of a three-volume historical overview of View-Master® Reels and Packets. Volume Two of the collector's guides contains a list of all known View-Master® Reels and Packets related to the U.S.A. and Canada since the first reels rolled out of the factory over a half century ago.

The guide is arranged by state and number. This makes it easy to quickly find the areas you are interested in that are available on reels and packets. Editor's Note: I was quite surprised to find how up to date and complete this book is. It even includes a photograph and information about the Missouri State Fair blister card.

The guide is lavishly illustrated with photographs, reel faces and illustrations on nearly every page. There are also 16 pages in full color featuring 318 highly desireable View-Master® packets. Published in The Netherlands, the book features both U.S.A. and many rarely seen international packet designs.

Table of Contents

  • General information.
  • Chapter 1: Scenic U.S.A. and Canada.
  • Chapter 2: United States of America.
  • Chapter 3: Canada.
  • Chapter 4: The Disney Theme Parks.


  • Old Single Reels 1939-1969.
  • Special Reels (SP-Reels) 1947-1954.
  • Early Unnumbered Packets 1955-1958.
  • Two-Reel Packets 1958.
  • One-Reel Packets 1958.
  • A-Series - Packet Numbering 1958-1977.
  • H-Series - Scenics 1977.
  • J-Series - Scenics 1978.
  • K-Series - Scenics 1979.
  • L/M/N-Series - Scenics 1980-1982.
  • 5000-Series - Complete Listing 1982-1997.
  • 2000-Series and 4000-Series - Scenics 1982-1997.
  • 8000-Series - Complete Listing 1987-1989.
  • Spanish Language Packets - U.S. Picture Tours.
  • The Colour Pages.

Hardbound, 400 pages including 16 full-color pages on glossy paper. ISBN # 90 71377 58 X.

You'll find yourself referring to this book when you pick up some rare packets. It is a highly recommended addition to your 3-D library.

View-Master® Reels and Packets - A Collector's Guide Vol. 3 - Showtime and Education Book Review

View-Master Reels and Packets Vol. 3 book cover art

Harry Zur Kleinsmiede started a life-long love affair when he started collecting View-Master® items in 1952. Now 60 years past that date, Harry has completed the third in his trilogy of books about his favorite topic with the publication of View-Master® Reels and Packets - A Collector's Guide Vol. 3 - Showtime and Education. This hefty 960-page tome is the culmination of a lifetime of discovering the nuances of a product loved by millions around the world. Reading this publication is a treat more special than circling the View-Master® packets you wanted Santa to bring you in a 1960's Sears Christmas Wishbook.

View-Master® Reels and Packets: A Collector's Guide Volume 3 is not a retread the same old information you can find by doing a Web search. It contains page after page of truly little known facts about View-Master® products. The history stored in this one book alone is more than a stroll down memory lane. This is a true encyclopedia of the rare, the wonderful and the whimsical thrill everyone gets when they peer into those two lenses and enter the 3-D world created by View-Master® inventor William Gruber.

Many of the most sought after View-Master® packets are the showtime reels. It is fitting this book is the largest in the trilogy with such a popular collecting genre. Who doesn't want to have a set of The Munsters, The Addams Family, Lost in Space, Disney and James Bond movies, or one of their other favorite TV shows or movies in their collection. The book also goes into detail about many movie reels that never made it to the consumer even though prototypes were made, such as a photo of a Back to the Future III View-Master® gift set, planned for release in 1990 but sadly never issued.

Kleinsmiede entertains the intellect of the reader with a mix of material that blends the well known with the extraordinary. Entries are culled from a lifetime of snippets obtained through personal contact with factory insiders and others. References such as this one from in a letter from Gruber's widow, Norma Gruber, dated Jan. 30, 1978: "The whole policy of View-Master® was changed after the company, Sawyer's Inc., was sold to GAF. The educational program was dropped almost completely. This, using the View-Master® as a great form of education, had been William's prime interest. He was working on the Chinese Art set at the time of his death in 1965. This work was finished by Mr. Brost, an ex-president of Sawyer's (who sold the company to GAF, much to his regret) and by me."

Before you get to page 21, you'll find out about the different techniques View-Master® used to bring 3-D images to the public, from true stereography to stereo drawings, a chronicle of the "three dimensional multi-views" technique used starting in 1978 to the amazing digital revolution of 2004, in which some 3-D conversions are so expertly done even an experienced 3-D enthusiast would find it hard to tell it was a conversion. There are more than 900 wonderful pages to go.

Must See 3-D Award.You'll be treated to descriptions, packet art and views from the weird, such as the Tomy®/View-Master® collaboration that created reels for the Japanese market, including the Ultraman packet, featuring the hero fighting rubber suited Godzilla-like monsters, to the sublime, such as the complimentary space reels produced in 1962 with scenes from John Glenn's spaceflight different than the three-reel packet B657.

The book contains two sections with a total of 64 color pages printed on glossy paper. The first section features a variety of View-Master® products including reel package art and the second section shows "View-Master® Advertising" from around the world.

View-Master® Reels and Packets: A Collector's Guide Volume 3 receives an Editor's Choice "Must See 3-D™ Award" from 3-D Review Online Magazine.

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Shock Stories 3-D Trading Cards Released on Aug. 1, 2010

Shock Stories packet artMonsterwax.com Trading Cards is releasing Shock Stories/Urban Legends, a set of horror trading cards in the works for 10 years. Shock Stories/Urban Legends is a set 50 cards with a 3-D version Shock Stories card in every pack!

The cards are drawn in the style of EC horror comics by Terry Beatty, an artist whose work has appeared in Batman Strikes comics and Scary Monsters Magazine. Beatty also drew 250 sketch cards randomly inserted into card packs. Chris Bailey and Michael Collins helped with pencils on a handful of cards. The cards have stories written by Kurt Kuersteiner.

The 2-D to 3-D conversions were done by Van Beydler, editor of 3-D Review Online Magazine and 3-D photographer of the Branson, Missouri and Missouri State Fair: 100 Fairs of Fun View-Master® 3-reel blister packs. Beatty's original black-and-white artwork was scanned in high resolution and Beydler used computer software to create the 3-D stereo pairs. These stereo pairs were then made into anaglyphic 3-D versions using Takashi Sekitani's 3-D Anaglyph Maker software. Below is a sample of the original black-and-white art converted to anaglyphic 3-D before it was colorized. "I did the 3-D conversion for 33 of the cards in the set," said Beydler.

Anaglyphic version of one of the Monsterwax.com Shock Stories trading cards.
Original black-and-white anaglyph

Colorized 3-D Monsterwax.com  Shock Stories trading card
Colorized anaglyph

"I tried to create as much depth as possible for the Shock Stories trading cards," said Beydler. "Some of the artwork allowed for a lot of depth while others had minimal objects in the scene. The minimal images were easier to convert to 3-D because they had less items to position into 3-D space. Sometimes the 3-D is easier to see in the simpler art, such as the drawing featuring a skull and skeletal hands floating over a hospital patient. Some of the more complex depth created from 2-D to 3-D is found on the artwork for the "Moss Monster". That image has different levels of depth for the monster's arm, Shock Stories Non Sport Update magazine cover arthair, jaws, teeth, nose, eyes and for surrounding items including fog, trees, weeds and the moon. On the trading card, some of the subtle depth created for these drawings might be harder to see than on the less complex images...but they really pop off the computer screen in the high resolution originals."

The other artist who converted the first 18 images was Joe Riley from Dallas Texas. Joe was an accomplished artist in a variety of mediums, including painting and sculpture. He designed a variety of masks for Hollywood horror movies like Blade and The Trinity. Unfortunately, Joe passed away in 2007 from a sudden heart attack, at the age of 43. The artist who did the coloring on the 3-D images was Keven Graham. Kevin also did various sketch cards for the series and also did the artwork for the Prize Card.

An advertisement for the cards is in Non Sport Update magazine's August-September 2009 issue (Vol. 20, No. 4). The magazine also includes a feature article about the cards, title cards and previews of several cards from the sets. There is also a bonus promo card packaged with the magazine..

The Moss Monster colorized art from the Monsterwax.com Shock Stories trading card set.

Each box contains two series: 50 classic Urban Legends tales we all feared growing up, plus 50 original Shock Stories to terrorize future generations! There's a 3-D parallel card in every pack (51 different), three special background inserts (1 per 12 packs), an original autographed sketch card (1 per box) and unique Monsterwax Metal Cards (1 per 2 boxes). Ultra-limited to just 1,000 numbered boxes, so order early. Each box includes a free pair of 3-D glasses. 6 cards per pack, 36 packs per box.

There are also randomly inserted Prize Cards. Find one of the prize cards and you can redeem it for an uncut sheet for only the cost of postage.

Shock Stories trading cards are available on the Monsterwax.com website.

Terry Beatty's Original Shock Stories, Urban Legends and The 3-D Creature from Another World Comic Art for sale

Shock Stories artwork in 3-D.Terry Beatty, who did the artwork on the 3-D trading card set Shock Stories, is selling some of the original art for that trading card set.

Individual cards are all $50 each. Images are 5x7 inches, india ink on bristol board.

Artwork is also available from the sister card set Urban Legends.

See more of the card art for sale here.

Beatty also is selling the artwork featured on the 3-D cover for The Buyer's Guide for Comic Fandom featuring his artwork titled The 3-D Creature from Another World on bristol board and four layers of acetate for $250.

Find out more at Beatty's website.



Terry Beatty artwork for sale.

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Superman's 3-D Adventures

Superman 3-D cover artIn 1953, DC Comics distributed the comic book Superman Three Dimension Adventures #1. The special issue came with "Super 3-D" red/blue anaglyphic glasses included in the comic book.The main story featured in Superman Three Dimension Adventures is about Lex Luthor stealing the Sun and holding it for ransom.

Superman fights rockets, tidal waves and a spaceship equipped with a giant magnifying glass that Luthor uses to direct the sun's rays at Earth with devastating results.

Superman Land 3-D  ride  Artwork by  Wayne Boring from The Great Superman Book by Michael L. Fleisher 1978There are several panels made to "pop out" at the viewer. Superman is shown in multiple distances as he changes from Clark Kent to the Man of Steel. He even has one leg sticking out of the panel before leaping into flight. Another panel shows a tiny rocket being shot through a glass window before bouncing off Superman's chest. Other neat 3-D effects include underground caverns, looking through tall buildings as a huge tidal wave heads toward helpless Metropolis, Superman breaking through the magnifying glasses, Superman punching through an invisible barrier and through the side of the spaceship to knock out Luthor.

The Superman Through the Ages Web site has the original artwork from the 1953 issue posted online. When we say the original artwork, we mean the uncolorized, black and white flat artwork that was made by the artist before it went through the 3-D conversion process. Many people have probably never seen the black and white 2-D version since the comic book was printed in anaglyphic 3-D. To read the story, visit 1953's Superman Three Dimension Adventures. Too bad they didn't post the 3-D version, too.

Superman 3-D shieldSuperman Land
The site also has some other references to 3-D in Superman comic books. For example, did you know that a visit to Superman Land, which was featured in 1978's The Great Superman Book by Michael L. Fleisher, mentions the fabulous "Rocket Room" where 3-D movie films and other special effects enable youngsters to experience the thrill of a make-believe journey through outer space to the planet Krypton.

Talk about predicting the future. The artwork in the panels show a thrill ride comparable to the real-life Star Trek: Borg Invasion 4-D thrill ride in Las Vegas. The youngsters view stereo color movies, projected on the port side window and viewed through Polaroid goggles to make the rocket seem to take off from Superman Land. Blasts from vents and vibrating seats add to the realism as the rocket apparently hurtles through space. Audiences board the "Krypton to Earth Express" and are guided through the take-off, a meteor swarm and other outer-space adventures like the "Sargasso Sea of Space," until finally a planet of "unearthly beauty seems to loom before them." The rocket ship begins to land on Superman's home world.

View-Master Super Heroes blister packSuperman Red/Blue cover artThe 3-D TV of Krypton
Sophisticated weather control towers enabled the people of Krypton to purify their air and control their weather, while an advanced solar energy tower enabled them to store and use the solar energy emanating from their planet's red sun. In homes that were apparently heated by atomic power, Kryptonian families entertained themselves by watching 3-D TV while, outside in the streets, other Kryptonians moved along the city's moving sidewalks, gazing at the public news monitor a billboard sized color-TV screen - to keep abreast of current events, watching other Kryptonians queuing up for emotion-movies, or visiting the incredible Mind-Art Center, where, by means of a complex apparatus called a "mento-ray," designed to freeze the artist's mental pictures on canvas, Kryptonian artists created art masterpieces by merely envisioning them in their minds.

The Amazing World of DC Comics
The Volume 3, Number 10, January 1976 issue of The Amazing World of DC Comics featured a sidebar article about The Mis-Inventions Of Jack Adler focusing on Adler's work on 3-D comics including Superman Three Dimension Adventures and Batman 3-D, both released in 1953. The sidebar is part of a larger article titled Sol Harrison and Jack Adler: Scene Makers Behind The Scenes by Carl Gafford on Page 2. The article features a long interview with Harrison, DC's VP of operations, and Adler, DC's production manager. The story includes photos from the early days of their careers.

Superman Red/Superman Blue
In 1997, the Superman titles began a year-long storyline. Beginning in February, Superman began experiencing problems with his powers, a conventional plot element. This time, however, his new electrical powers had to be contained in a suit, in other words, a new uniform, and they would not go away. Superman #123 introduced the new Superman of electrical powers and a blue outfit.

Superman continued in his blue outfit until the end of 1997, when the special issue Superman Red/Superman Blue saw him split into two beings: Superman Red and Superman Blue, a reference to the classic imaginary story of the same name. After a few months of stories, March and April 1998 saw the two Supermen united and restored to his classic outfit in the special issue entitled Superman Forever. The storyline had largely proven a flop among critics and fans, and Superman Forever promised with its title. as well as its fantastic Alex Ross cover, the restoration of Superman to greatness.

The first issue of Superman Red/Superman Blue featured anaglyphic 3-D cover art. Superman Red/Superman Blue was converted to 3-D by Ray Zone (and not Jack Adler). An article by David Hutchison from STARLOG Magazine (March 1987) and on Ray Zone's Web site includes the following interview material:

Superman 3-D #1 1998Justice LeagueJack Adler (now retired from DC Comics) developed a technique of using layers of cels to create the 3-D comic art panels. "I was working at DC, which was then known as National Periodicals, doing color separations for them," Adler recalls. "There were rumors in the industry that someone was toying with the idea of 3-D for comics. Sol Harrison came over to me and asked if I had ever heard of such a thing and could I do it? I said, yes, it could be done. And he said, 'Do it.' It was just as simple as that."

"My interests lay in the area of optics and photography. In the natural course of exploring optics, I learned about 3-D photography, how and why it worked. The very day Sol Harrison asked me about 3-D comics, I took apart a panel and reassembled it on cels to show how it could be done. I took a panel out of one of our books, I think it was of two mice chasing each other."

"I worked out a formula that would allow you to create the illusion of correct relative size and distance. In other words, you could create the effect of something being 10 inches or 10 feet in front of you. Eventually, I applied for a patent for my method of creating 3-D drawings, but I was turned down on the premise that I used materials and methods from other things."

After Superman Red/Superman Blue was issued with the special 3-D cover edition in February 1998, more of the Man of Steel was to appear in three dimensions.

In December 1998, Ray Zone produced a four-issue run of color 3-D comics for DC which included SUPERMAN 3-D # 1 with a story titled Bad Trip to Nowhere featuring art by Neil Vokes and Scott Koblish. Bad Trip to Nowhere like the other color 3-D comics in the four-issue run featured a story that went back and forth from color 3-D to straight color. The first title in the four-issue run was DC LEGENDS, a book of full-page pin-ups of DC superheroes and, of course, Superman was featured on his own page.

In June 1998, Superman appeared in a seven-image moving lenticular hologram on the cover of Superman Forever #1. It showed Clark Kent changing into Superman.

In the early 1960s there was a set of Superman flicker rings. You could get these motion rings from a 1-cent gumball machine. Now, these prized rings sell for hundreds and thousands of dollars.

In the 1950s, the Superman TV series inspired Kellogg's to use the Man of Steel in a 3-D cereal promotion on boxes of Sugar Frosted Flakes. The Superman Stereo-Pix were not really 3-D images. What you did was cut out the Superman image from the box and fold it into slots on a background scene. There were at least three box varieties of the Superman Stereo-Pix. One showing Superman holding an explosives truck, one of Superman battling a tank and one of Superman over a futuristic city.

Superman wearing anaglyphic 3-D glasses in the 1986 DC Christmas card designed by Ray ZoneArguably, the most difficult to find flicker ring and Superman item from the 1960's is the Clark Kent ring. The 1963-64 rings are realized by all as the premier Superman rings and tougher to find than most of the 1940's rings. A six-ring set was recently pulled from an old gumball machine in the Eastern U.S. The owner's asking price, $1,975.

Another flicker collectible is the 1982's Superman birthday coin set. These plastic coins were issued to observe Superman's 50th birthday. The flicker image shows Clark Kent and Superman.

Superman View-Master blister cardThe View-Master® format has also featured Superman in 3-D numerous times. In 1970, a three-reel set appeared titled Superman Meets Computer Crook. The Superman Meets Computer Crook set was rereleased as a blister card with just the name Superman as the title. As a member of the Justice League, Superman appeared on a three reel View-Master® set in 2004. Working with View-Ma ster®, Ray Zone produced the 3-D conversions for the Justice League three reel set. There is also a set of Justice League Super Sound View-Master® reels.

In 1978, it had even been planned at one point that the film Superman: The Movie would end with a hologram of Superman flying out into theatres. That never happened but live action 3-D Superman movie images appeared in View-Master® three-reels sets featuring Christopher Reeve as the Man of Steel from Superman: The Movie, Superman II and Superman III. Superman's dog Krypto even has his own set of View-Master® reels. A special mail order View-Master® 3-reel packet labeled Super Heroes featured Superman and other DC characters. It was also available commercially in a blister pack set released in Canada. Superman also appeared in the View-Master® Double View cartridge. The first cartridge featured Superman and the second cartridge featured The Road Runner. Will a View-Master® set will be released to coincide with the summer 2006 release of the Warner Brothers movie Superman Returns? Only time will tell.

Superman was also included in the 1991 DC hologram trading card set called Cosmic Cards. A Superman hologram promo card was produced by Fleer/Skybox in 1996 for the first three-dimensional model hologram trading card set. There was also the Superman All Hologram Trading Card set with 50 holograms. In 1997, Holographic Studios in New York produced a Superman hologram that showed the Man of Steel with the Superman logo showing up when the hologram is moved.

And, finally, here is a very little known fact about Superman and 3-D. In 1986, Joe Orlando at DC contacted Ray Zone to produce a 3-D Christmas card for them. Zone provided mini 3-D glasses, stereo conversion and printed the cards. The front of the card featured Superman in a Santa Claus cap with the mini 3-D glasses pasted over his eyes. Inside, the card had the words "Happy Holidays" leaping out at the reader in (2-color) anaglyphic 3-D.

Superman created by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster. Superman™ DC Comics © 2000 DC Comics, Joanne Siegel and Laura Siegel Larson.

Editor's Note: Thanks to Ray Zone for providing extra material for this article.

Superman meets the Computer Crook

Superman The Movie

Superman meets the
Computer Crook View-Master®

Superman The Movie View-Master®

Superman II

Superman III

Superman II View-Master®

Superman III View-Master®

Superman Double Vue catrtidge and projector

Superman hologram

Superman View-Master®
Double Vue

Superman Fleer/Skybox hologram promo card 1996

Superman hologram cards

Superman hologram

Superman All Hologram Set

Superman hologram
Holographic Studios 1997

Superman Forever

Superman flicker ring 1963

Superman Forever lenticular cover comic


Superman Flicker Ring 1960s

Superman Flicker Ring 1960s

Superman Flicker Ring 1960s

Superman Flicker Ring 1960s

Superman Flicker Ring 1960s

Superman flicker coins

Superman Stereo-Pix

Superman 50th Birthday Flicker Coins 1982

Kellogg's Sugar Frosted Flakes Superman Stereo-Pix Explosives Truck

Superman Stereo-Pix

Superman Stereo-Pix

Kellogg's Sugar Frosted Flakes Superman Stereo-Pix Army Tank

Kellogg's Sugar Frosted Flakes Superman Stereo-Pix Future City

Superman Doomsday lenticular cover DVD
Superman blister pack.

Superman Doomsday lenticular cover DVD

Superman Meets Computer Crook blister pack (comic)

Justice League View-Master® packet
Justice League
Justice League
Seven of the most formidable heroes form arguably the most powerful team ever. Forces of evil, chaos, and destruction await. Not even protectors like Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern, the Flash, Hawkgirl or the Martian Manhunter may have a chance alone. But together as the Justice League, they are a metahuman force and a hope to be reckoned with.
Justice League
Silver viewer with black eyepieces and red advance lever. The viewer is custom designed for the Justice League. The 21 action images feature the popular Justice League heroes and some of their most notorious foes. See Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Martian Manhunter, Green Lantern, The Flash and Hawkgirl in action packed 3-D images.

More Superman View-Master® Reel Cover Art

Superman The Movie
Superman The Movie

Superman II
Superman II

Superman III
Superman III

Superman Returns blister pack.
Superman Returns

Superman and the Computer Crook View-Master cover art.
Superman Meets Computer Crook packet (comic)

Superman blister pack.
Superman Meets Computer Crook blister pack (comic)

Super Heroes packet
Super Heroes (Superman/Wonder Woman/Batman/Robin)

Superman View-Master® Poster

View-Master Superman poster

A GAF View-Master® store advertising poster dated 1970 sold for $6.50 with two bids. This great poster was for dealers of View-Master®s to hang in their stores and the one in this sale was never used. The sign was for these new exciting releases including Superman Meets the Computer Crook, ABC Wide World of Sports Baseball Little League World Series and Nanny and the Professor. This super sign measures 37-inches long by 15-inches tall. It is folded in two places, in between each scene so each scene is in beautiful shape.

The Adventures of Superman TV Show 3-D Conversions

Superman shieldSince RIchard Taylor was a child he has been fascinated with motion, or better said, flip books and machines that produce the effect of motion. Taylor used to spend hours as a youth drawing his own flip books and even made some 8mm movies with friends.

Superman was often the subject matter for his imagination. As he grew older his projects grew in complexity to include building his own 35mm hand cranked motion picture cameras to something as large as a seven foot diameter hovercraft.

Taylor collects cameras on a small scale and around the year 2000 added a Stereo Realist to his collection. The 3-D bug took hold and he was off shooting pictures of the Grand Canyon and Mount Rushmore and every family get together in stereo.

Taylor's passion for 3-D and Superman came together when he learned to create anaglyphic 2-D to 3-D images from The Adventures of Superman television show. His online Superman gallery is available here.

Superman Returns in 3-D

Superman ReturnsWhen Clark Kent takes off his glasses, you'll need to put on your 3-D glasses to see the 3-D segment of Superman Returns. In an inteview with Wired magazine, Superman Returns director Bryan Singer described how he decided to do a 3-D version of the film.

"Yeah, it’s a little P. T. Barnum. IMAX has this amazing technology. They took our teaser (preview trailer) and turned it into 3-D IMAX. I was pretty blown away," said Singer.

"There’s this mailbox shot of the Kent farm, and they had the mailbox, the fields, the cloud, the sky, everything had its own separate plane. Very impressive. Based on that demonstration, I thought it would be fun to do this. The idea is that when Clark takes off his glasses in the movie and becomes Superman, the audience puts on their 3-D glasses and watches the scene in 3-D Imax. Hopefully it will be more fun than disruptive," Singer concluded.

Superman Returns View-Master® 3-reel set

Superman Returns blister pack.View-Master® will release a Superman Returns 3-reel set on March 23, 2006. Superman Returns will be released in theatres on June 30, 2006, by Warner Bros. Pictures, a Warner Bros. Entertainment Company.

Following a mysterious absence of several years, the Man of Steel comes back to Earth in the epic action-adventure Superman Returns, a soaring new chapter in the saga of one of the world's most beloved superheroes. While an old enemy plots to render him powerless once and for all, Superman faces the heartbreaking realization that the woman he loves, Lois Lane, has moved on with her life. Or has she? Superman's bittersweet return challenges him to bridge the distance between them while finding a place in a society that has learned to survive without him. In an attempt to protect the world he loves from cataclysmic destruction, Superman embarks on an epic journey of redemption that takes him from the depths of the ocean to the far reaches of outer space.

Directed by Bryan Singer (X2: X-Men United, X-Men, The Usual Suspects), Superman Returns stars newcomer Brandon Routh, Kate Bosworth (Beyond the Sea, Blue Crush), James Marsden (X2: X-Men United, The Notebook), Frank Langella (HBO's Unscripted), Academy Award-winner Eva Marie Saint (North By Northwest), Parker Posey (Best in Show), Sam Huntington (Detroit Rock City), Kal Penn (Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle) and Oscar-winner Kevin Spacey (Beyond the Sea, American Beauty, The Usual Suspects).

The film is based upon Superman characters created by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster and published by DC Comics.

Superman Returns 7-11 Lenticular Cup

Superman Returns Lenticular cupThis is a lenticular, moving 3-D large 32 oz. Slurpee cup from 7-11 stores advertising the new Superman Returns motion picture due out June 30, 2006. The cup has many different, changing views when turned at an angle.

The first picture shows two views in one with Superman's cape showing the effect of moving. You can also see the 7-11 logo at the bottom of the cup in this picture.

The second picture shows the Superman logo "S" as large, and covering his arm.

The third picture shows the "S" logo much smaller (when angled, the logo actually gets bigger and smaller).

The fourth picture shows a new Lex Luthor next to a building as well as the Mountain Dew logo at the bottom of the cup with a tag line of "Kryptonite Ice."

Total Film magazine features Superman Returns Lenticular Cover

Superman Return cover artThe July 2006 issue of Total Film magazine (Issue 116) features a Superman Returns 3-D lenticular image.

The cover art is designed to look like the front page of a newspaper. The images changes from a view of the late Christopher Reeve as Clark Kent into a view of Brandon Routh as Superman.

Total Film magazine is an extremely well done publication featuring glossy pages and hundreds of exclusive photos. Irreverent humor abounds in the articles and captions.


Magazine Contents

  • Superman Returns
    The full history of the greatest superhero ever.
  • Omen 666
    At least that was its name when the magazine’s cover went to print.
  • Poseidon
    Wolfgang Petersen continues his obsession with water. Hollywood continues its obsession with epic disasters.
  • United 93
    A chat with director Paul Greengrass about the year’s bravest movie...
  • Action Heroes
    In 1991, a man called Sly, an Austrian bodybuilder and a balding badass opened Planet Hollywood. Now, 15 years on, it just looks like they’ve been eating there three times a day. What happened?
  • Taking a Myth
    Find your falsehoods in the papers and your truisms in the movies, right? Sort of. Still, some films fib (shock!).
  • Donald Sutherland
    The Dirty Dozen Special Edition’s DVD is out as of June, so we chatted to the legendary Don about baring his arse, falling out with Joel Schumacher and that sex scene with Julie Christie.

For more information or to subscribe (and get free goodies), visit www.totalfilm.com.

Superman Returns in Empire Magazine 3-D Issue

Empire Magazine 3-D Superman cover art.

In July 2006, Empire Magazine, printed in the United Kingdom, released a special collector's 3-D issue of the magazine. The cover art featured Brandon Routh as Superman from the film Superman Returns.

Exclusive Superman Returns DVD with Lenticular 3-D Slipcover Sold at Target Stores

Superman Returns lenticular cover art.Target stores offered an exclusive special edition two-disc Superman Returns DVD complete with a lenticular 3-D slipcover.

The lenticular features three different images including the Superman shield, a picture of Brandon Routh changing from Clark Kent to Superman and Routh as a flying Man of Steel.

For five years, Superman (Brandon Routh) has been away from Earth, coaxed into space by a belief that Krypton may still exist. Finding nothing, he comes back to a changed world, not only has terrorism become rampant, but Lois Lane (Kate Bosworth) has married, started a family and won the Pulitzer for her piece Why the World Doesn’t Need Superman. After a stop in Smallville to see his adopted mother (Eva Marie Saint), Superman is back in Metropolis and Clark Kent has his old job back at the Daily Planet, with everyone still incredibly oblivious to his alter ego. But where there’s Superman, there's Lex Luthor (Kevin Spacey), and he is usng a piece of pilfered kryptonite to grow an entirely new continent that he will control. Bryan Singer (X-MEN 1 and 2), armed with a script by Dan Harris and Michael Dougherty, approaches the red cape with reverence for the lore of the character, and respect for Richard Donner’s Superman: The Movie (1980) and Richard Lester’s 1980 sequel, films that ushered in the era of the modern superhero film. Singer’s Superman is filled with melancholy but there are still laughs, mostly courtesy of Spacey and Parker Posey as his moll, Kitty Kowalski, as well as plenty of gasp-inducing set pieces, including a spectacular and terrifying almost-plane crash and a sinking boat.

The two-disc special edition DVD includes the following features.

Requiem for Krypton: Making Superman Returns": a comprehensive 3-hour documentary including

Secret Origins and First Issues: Crystallizing Superman
The Crystal Method: Designing Superman
An Affinity for Beachfront Property: Shooting Superman (Superman on the Farm, Superman in the City, Superman in Peril)
The Joy of Lex: Menacing Superman
He's Always Around: Wrapping Superman
Resurrecting Jor-El
Deleted scenes: The Date, Family Photos, Crash Landing/X-Ray Vision, Old Newspapers, Are You Two Dating?, Martinis and Wigs, I'm Always Right, Jimmy the Lush, Language Barrier, Crystal Feet, New Krypton
Easter egg: "Wrong!"
Theatrical and video game trailers

The set also includes two 30-minute episodes from the Superman 1940 Radio Shows CD.

Man of Steel being converted to 3-D

Man of Steel 3-D anaglyph.

Warner Bros. Pictures and Legendary Pictures have announced that director Zack Snyder's upcoming action adventure Man of Steel will be presented in 3-D in select theaters, as well as in 2-D and IMAX®, so fans of the iconic superhero will be able to experience the much-anticipated movie in their format of choice.

Snyder stated, "The film is going to be a visually exciting experience in all formats: 2-D, 3-D and IMAX. Anticipating how audiences today embrace 3-D, we designed and photographed the movie in a way that would allow Man of Steel to captivate those movie goers, while respecting fans who prefer a more traditional cinematic experience. We've taken great measures to ensure the film and the story come first, and 3-D is meant as an enhancement."

The film stars Henry Cavill in the role of Superman/Clark Kent, alongside three-time Oscar® nominee Amy Adams ("The Fighter"), Oscar® nominee Michael Shannon ("Revolutionary Road"), Academy Award® winner Kevin Costner ("Dances with Wolves"), Oscar® nominee Diane Lane ("Unfaithful"), Oscar® nominee Laurence Fishburne ("What's Love Got to Do with It"), Antje Traue, Ayelet Zurer, Christopher Meloni, Harry Lennix, Michael Kelly, Richard Schiff, and Academy Award® winner Russell Crowe ("Gladiator").

Man of Steel is produced by Charles Roven, Emma Thomas, Christopher Nolan and Deborah Snyder. The screenplay was written by David S. Goyer, from a story by Goyer and Nolan, based upon Superman characters created by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster and published by DC Entertainment. Thomas Tull, Lloyd Phillips and Jon Peters are the film's executive producers.

Warner Bros. Pictures presents, in association with Legendary Pictures, a Syncopy Production, a Zack Snyder Film, Man of Steel. The film is slated for release on June 14, 2013 and will be distributed worldwide by Warner Bros. Pictures, a Warner Bros. Entertainment Company.

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Monsters and Sci-Fi on View-Master® Reels

Nearly all of the classic monsters and sci-fi movies and TV have been featured on View-Master® reels. Here are some of the packets.


Frankenstein 1976 packet.

Frankenstein packet from 1976 using the Universal monster makeup design for the creature.

The Wolf Man

Wolfman View-Master packet on hang card.

This is the hard to find 1978 Wolf Man packet repackaged in plastic with a hang card. The original packet is stapled to the hang card.


Dracula View-Master cover art.


Godzilla artwork.

This packet features artwork similar to the Godzilla comic book published by Marvel Comics. Japan's Toho Studios did a short 3-D version of the live action Godzilla for a Japanese theme park ride. Other 3-D Godzilla projects have been announced and died over the years.

King Kong (1976)

1976 King Kong View-Master packet.

Kong - 8th Wonder of the World (2006)

Kong (2006)

In the mysterious land of Skull Island, King Kong rules supreme over ferocious dinosaurs and other primordial beasts that lurk within its dark jungles. Join the team of brave adventurers that dare to challenge the mightiest beast the world has ever known. Images are from Peter Jackson's King Kong movie. 21 images on three reels.

Dark Shadows (1969)

Dark Shadows View-Master packetThe Dark Shadows View-Master® reels weren't like most View-Master® sets...as you can tell from the tag line on the envelope, "WITH 16 PAGE FOLIO PRINTED IN MANY SOMBER COLORS."

"Somber" is right: The reels and booklet summarize the Dark Shadows storyline featuring Angelique as a vampiress, Dr. Julia Hoffman, Barnabas Collins, Nicholas Blair and the Frankenstein-and-Bride-inspired Adam and Eve.

The 3-D images are great, and the booklet also contains some small drawings of key Dark Shadows characters. The story (reprinted below) is fairly intense for kids, including a lot of references to murder, Liz's obsessive fear of being buried alive and Joe's suicide attempt. Surprisingly, also included is the most controversial development in the Dark Shadows storyline: Nicholas Blair's audience with Satan in Hell. It's not exactly on par with the adventures of Strawberry Shortcake or The Smurfs.

Dark Shadows View-Master bookletThis GAF product first hit the market in 1969. Two variations of the packaging exist: the one pictured here, and another with the GAF logo much more prominently splashed across the top.

Following is the text from the View-Master® booklet:

Dark were the shifting shadows that waxed and waned among the turrets and gables of the great house of Collinwood. Darker still were the shadows that deepened over the souls of those who dwelt within -- shadows of fear and evil and despair...It was fear, and a desperate necessity, that drove Barnabas Collins to leave the house in the dead of night to make his way to a lonely dwelling by the sea. Asleep in that house was Eve, a strange being whom he must destroy before her evil genius could destroy Adam, her hapless mate within whose man-made body pulsed the life-force of Barnabas himself. He didn't know that behind this reasoning was Angelique, who wanted Eve killed to thwart the warlock Nicholas, who had great and terrible plans for Eve and Adam. As the curtain lifts we see Barnabas stealthily approach Eve's bed, the lethal hypodermic in his hand. Overcoming his revulsion, he steels himself, flings back the covers...

Reel One

Dark Shadows View-Master images
Dark Shadows View-Master images

1. An exclamation of dismay escaped Barnabas' lips. The form beneath the covers was not Eve at all but an artful dummy. He had been lured into a trap! But who...how...? From the darkness came a low, mocking laugh and he whirled, stared incredulously. "You!" he burst out, his voice hoarse with sudden terror. "But I thought you -- I thought Nicholas..."

Again came the laugh. "You though Nicholas had destroyed me, Angelique, your old love. Well, he didn't. At the last he let me live. And now, Barnabas...." She moved a step toward him. He tried to recoil but the heavy bed stopped him. "And now, this is what I am!"

The lovely lips parted in a smile and Barnabas froze in horror. In her mouth were not ordinary teeth -- but fangs!

As the hypodermic clattered to the floor from his nerveless fingers, Angelique lunged, clasped him in her arms and he felt those wicked fangs pierce the flesh of his neck.

2. His strength ebbed, he staggered to a chair. She knelt beside him, her hypnotic eyes fixing him. "Now you are mine forever," she whispered. "You can never escape me. Your will is now my will."

Dark Shadows View-Master images
Dark Shadows View-Master images

3. Every step a monumental labor, so weak had he grown, Barnabas dragged himself back to the great house. Awaiting him was Dr. Julia Hoffman, who had created Adam by a series of transplants as part of Nicholas' great experiment. With her was Prof. Stokes. All Barnabas could tell them were the lies Angelique willed him to voice. "I didn't do away with Eve," he panted. "She wasn't there. Nobody was there. I searched the house...no one."

4. But Adam was there in the house by the sea and he had at that moment awakened to the touch of his master, Nicholas Blair, who had sold his soul to Balberith, a Prince of Darkness. He exclaimed as his eye caught fresh fang marks on Adam's neck, identical with those on Barnabas'. Also, Adam was strangely weak, just as Barnabas was, and tormented by fear. His voice was a whisper. "Nicholas -- something horrible has happened, hasn't it --something to do with -- with Angelique?"

The handsome but sinister face of Nicholas was grim as he got to his feet. "It has," he told the frightened Adam. "But it won't happen again, I promise you. Now go back to sleep; I'm going now to have a word with -- with a certain woman, and take care of the matter."

Dark Shadows View-Master images
Dark Shadows View-Master images

5. Confronting Angelique, Nicholas told her bluntly, "You will have to
stop seeing Barnabas -- at once!"

"Stop seeing him!" She retorted. "But I need him! You know that."

"Of course I know it. But I also know -- and so will you if you try to recall -- what Eric Lang's tape recorder message was." Her face told him that she remembered. "Well, what he said was true. Just now I found fang marks on Adam -- because of what you did to Barnabas. I forbid you to hurt Adam again, so you must find another to meet your -- your needs. When nightfall comes again, summon Joe Haskell -- not Barnabas."

She sneered. "So you can have Joe's precious Maggie Evens for yourself. You..." He glared her to silence.

6. That evening, Maggie found Joe at the Blue Whale drinking despondently. They tried to talk, but the evil shadow of Angelique was between them; and as night drew near, Joe left the tavern and went to her against his will. But, filled with her unholy craving for Barnabas, she rejected Joe, taunting him with the mirrored scene of Maggie in the arms of Nicholas. Maddened, he seized a letter opener, plunged it into his chest and fell lifeless to the floor.

The merciless Angelique thought only of getting rid of the body. She needed help. "Barnabas!" she whispered, knowing he must come in spite of himself.

Dark Shadows View-Master images

7. Impelled to answer Angelique's summons, Barnabas arrived to find her in a strange state of excitement, and on the floor, the lifeless body of Joe Haskell, who had been his rival for the frightening affections of the woman in white. "Take him away!" she commanded hysterically.

Obeying, he caught sight of something that turned his blood to ice water. There on the dead man's neck were fresh marks like those on his own. Was it possible? With Joe already dead, had ngelique...? His legs weak with the horror of it, it was all he could do to stagger out of the house with Joe in his arms.

Reel Two

Dark Shadows View-Master images
Dark Shadows View-Master images

1. As fate would have it, the next evening was the time the mystery woman, Eve, chose to leave Adam's room for the first time, in defiance of Nicholas' orders, and on the terrace to encounter Jeff Clark. Recognition dawned slowly then ecstatically. "Peter!" she cried out, "Peter Bradford!"

Bewildered, he denied the name, but she insisted. "But you _are_ Peter! My_ Peter Bradford -- but -- but I saw you die! Long -- long ago --" A sob broke from her and she ran from the terrace.

2. Bewildered, Eve fled back to Adam's room only to find Nicholas awaiting her, demanding to know whom she had seen that disturbed her. Her answer was confusing, but it told him enough to know that Jeff Clark was involved. Needing to know more, he mesmerized her to send her back to her previous life nearly 200 years before.

"Fix your eyes on the candle," he commanded, "and concentrate. You are moving back through the years -- back --"
First Eve went limp, then she stiffened and cried out, "Peter! I did it for us! For you and me I killed Philip -- because he would have killed you! I swear he would! Peter -- don't look at me that way -- don't condemn me -- I tell you I had to do it! Peter -- "

Dark Shadows View-Master images
Dark Shadows View-Master images

3. Such was the force of Nicholas' mesmeric powers, that, for a time, Eve lost all awareness of the present, and returned completely to her previous existence in colonial Collinsport, near the end of the 18th Century. Reliving her tragic confrontation with Peter Bradford, she cried out again and again under the merciless lash of his anger at her slaying of Philip, who had tried to come between them. In the end Peter had rejected her utterly with the cruel words: "Get out of my life and never return!"

But now Peter himself had returned! Watching her with fascinated eyes Nicholas saw her suddenly snap out of the trance, tears streaming from her eyes, murmuring, "The man I saw tonight is Peter Bradford -- and I love him!"

The working of implacable fate lay behind Eve's confrontation with Jeff on the terrace. In the Collinsport of Colonial days grim tragedy parted these star-crossed lovers at the very foot of the hangman's scaffold. Jeff, whose name in that earlier incarnation had been Peter Bradford, saved Eve's life by confessing to a murder that she, not he, had committed. Condemned to die on the scaffold, Peter heroically rejected Eve's pleas to save himself by surrendering his soul to the powers of witchcraft which she herself had embraced long ago. Thus an innocent man died in ignorance of the fact that Eve's powers would work on him even in death and that the two of them would meet again after long centuries had passed.

4. While Eve's retreat to the past was going on at Blair House, fear permeated one of the rooms at Collinwood like a tangible thing. Victoria Winters, trying to tell Elizabeth Stoddard about her plans for marriage with Jeff, found the older woman returning again and again to the dread conviction that had been growing on her for some time -- that her fate was to be buried alive.

Vicki's efforts to make light of this obsession met with no success."It's no use talking," Elizabeth insisted. "I can hear the spirits of the dead. They say I will be among them, but -- but I will not be dead!"

Dark Shadows View-Master images
Dark Shadows View-Master images

5. In another room of the great house, time was running out for Joe Haskell who hadn't quite succeeded in killing himself. Poison, however, had been poured into his medicine by Harry Johnson, and now Barnabas, moving like a sleepwalker at Angelique's command, was about to feed the
concoction to the helpless man. He was aware that he was about to commit a murderous act but was unable to stop himself.

At the ultimate moment chance intervened. Julia Hoffman, seeking the Professor, burst into the room barely in time to knock the spoon from Barnabas' hand.

6. Joe emerged at last, from his death-like sleep just in time to hear Julia say that the medicine was poisoned, and that Barnabas had tried to give it to him. Enraged, Joe seized a cord, and prowled the darkness until he found Barnabas dozing in a chair. Whipping the cord around the defenseless neck, he jerked it tighter -- tighter. Barnabas' eyes bulged -- the world turned black.

Again, fate took a hand in the form of a woman. Mrs. Johnson appeared and, with a scream, hurled herself on the panting Joe, and loosened his grip on the murderous cord. Barnabas slid lifeless to the floor.

Dark Shadows View-Master images

7. Roger Collins, hoping to talk Elizabeth out of her obsessive determination to build a new, "safe" mausoleum, went with her to the family crypt. Sounds they heard there, interpreted by Elizabeth as spirit voices, turned out to come from Joe, who had come there, weak and terrified, to hide after his assault on Barnabas. Roger, after calming his hysterical companion, carried Joe back to the house.

Reel Three

Dark Shadows View-Master images
Dark Shadows View-Master images

1. With the setting of each day's sun Angelique became bolder and more rebellious against her domination by Nicholas. She would outwit him and make Barnabas hers forever. Then he, too, would sleep in coffins by day, and by night roam the world seeking...

Luring him to a secret cave by the sea, she bared her fangs and grasped him in her terrible embrace, draining his life essences almost to the last drop. When he recovered enough to speak he panted, "You've gone too far. I'm going to die -- I hope I die. And Nicholas -- Nicholas will wreak a fearful vengeance on you."

I n reply she shrieked, "I defy him to do his worst. And you -- You will not die. You will be mine forever!" And with that she fled back to her crypt, for day was near.

2. Though she defied him, Angelique did not deceive Nicholas. Discovering that Adam had weakened to the point of death, he knew that Angelique was endangering the life of Barnabas and ruining his plans. For this she must pay with her life -- and the only way to take the life of a vampire was to drive a silver stake through her breast as she lay sleeping in her crypt...

But when he arrived, armed with hammer and stake, Angelique's coffin was empty! He trembled, aghast, for he knew why. Balberith, his own master, had summoned her to the Netherworld, and the outcome of that meeting could bode nothing but ill for Nicholas because he had been outwitted by Angelique's greed for Barnabas.

Dark Shadows View-Master images
Dark Shadows View-Master images

3. The evil miasma of the Netherworld curled around the golden head of Angelique and the hooded figure spoke in awesome tones: "My faithless servant Nicholas has become enamored of a mortal female named Maggie, while you, Angelique, have defied him. You shall be rewarded -- and he
shall suffer a dreadful punishment!"

He paused while the screams of the damned swelled up and then receded. Then he went on: "As your reward, Angelique, I will remove the curse I put upon you -- and you shall return to human form!"

4. Only moments after the confrontation in the Netherworld, Maggie Evans paid an unexpected call on Nicholas at Blair House. She seemed confused, almost trance- like.

"What is it, Maggie?" he asked uneasily. "Why did you come here?"

"I -- I don't know," she replied. "I only know I had to come. Something made me -- some power that --" Suddenly stark terror filled her eyes. "Oh, Nicholas!" she gasped, "everything is getting dark -- and I can't get my breath -- Oh, Nicholas, help me!"

She reeled, staggered to the sofa, and collapsed. An unearthly hum filled the room, the lights went dim...

Dark Shadows View-Master images
Dark Shadows View-Master images

5."Nicholas!" Every vestige of color drained from Nicholas' face. His name had been called from the throat of Maggie, but it was not Maggie's voice! It was the voice of Balberith, and the room seemed to pulsate with his unholy presence.

"Y--yes, Master," Nicholas quavered.

"Prepare to meet your judgment, Nicholas!"

Nicholas seized a chair to support his weight.

"J-judgment?" he moaned.

"Tomorrow you will appear before me. Prepare yourself."

6. With supreme effort Nicholas pulled himself together after Maggie had gone. His fertile brain worked swiftly. Balberith was calling him to account for letting Eve die, and for other sins as well. With some kind of plan perhaps he could stave off the utter destruction that threatened him.

In a flash it came to him, and he dashed off to Collinwood to find Julia Hoffman. It all depended on her. Not even caring that Elizabeth was listening, he told her she must repeat the experiment, infusing new life into the dead Eve. Balberith needed Eve so that she and Adam could start a new race of men who would be his servants.

Horrified, Julia refused, and Nicholas played his trump card. "Very well, then I will take Adam's life."

Julia paled. "Then Barnabas too -- will die."His answer was an evil smile.

She stared at him with revulsion, but at last she sighed with resignation. "So be it. You may bring Eve's body to my laboratory tonight."

Dark Shadows View-Master images

7. Nicholas' hour had come. He stood before Balberith in Limbo, pleading for one more chance. If the experiment worked he could go on serving his master in the human world -- and have Maggie besides.

His proposal met cosmic scorn. "I give no second chance, Nicholas, as you did with Angelique. No -- you will return here -- for eternity. But -- if the experiment is successful you may bring the woman with you."

"Bring her! But that means she must die!"

"Of course! On the Black Altar!" The fiend's laughter rose, filling the vast corridors of Limbo. "Go, Nicholas -- go back to earth -- and prepare your wedding plans!"

Roiling masses of fog billowed about the towers of Collinwood as Nicholas returned, creating, even by day -- dark shadows.

Images © 1968 Dan Curtis Productions / GAF View-Master®

The Munsters

The Munsters View-Master packet.

Lost in Space

Lost in Space View-Master packet.

The Addams Family

The Addams Family View-Master packet.

Land of the Giants

Star Trek

Various Star Trek View-Master sets.
Star Trek | Star Trek The Motion Picture | Star Trek The Wrath of Khan |
Star Trek Mr. Spock's Time Trek | Star Trek The Next Generation packets and blister packs

Star Trek - The Omega Glory
Star Trek - The Omega Glory

Mr. Spock's Time Trek
Star Trek: Mr. Spock's Time Trek

Monster Times Star Trek VM ad.
View-Master® Monster Times Star Trek Ad

Battle Beyond the Stars

Battle Beyond the Stars packet.

James Bond in Moonraker

Moonraker packet
Moonraker packet

Moonraker blister packet
Moonraker blister pack

VM Moonraker counter display.
A View-Master Moonraker counter display.

Space: 1999

Space:1999 View-Master packet.
Space: 1999 packet

Space: 1999 album pack.
Space: 1999 album pack

Space: 1999 Danish blister pack.
Space: 1999 French blister packet
Space: 1999 German blister pack.





Tron cover art

The Tron View-Master® reels were issued in both U.S. and Belgian versions. Here is the U.S. blister pack.


Dune View-Master cover art.

The Dune View-Master® blister pack shows up occasionally on the secondary market. However, the Dune View-Master® Gift Set is hard to find.

Dune Gift Set


Batman TV packet.
Batman TV booklet.
Batman (TV) packet and booklet

Batman TV packet.
Batman (TV) blister pack

Batman Returns boxset.
Batman Returns boxset

Batman Begins
Batman Begins

Batman Begins
Batman Begins boxset

Batman Animated Series
Batman Animated Series

Batman Animated Series
Batman Animated Series boxset

Batman Forever
Batman Forever molded viewer and reels

Batman and Robin
Batman and Robin

Adventures of Batman and Robin
The Adventures of Batman and Robin

Batman Joker View-Master blister pack.
Batman - The Joker's Wild blister pack (1981)

Batman - The Joker's Wild blister pack (1991)


Superman The Movie
Superman The Movie

Superman II
Superman II

Superman III
Superman III

Superman Returns blister pack.
Superman Returns

Superman and the Computer Crook View-Master cover art.
Superman Meets Computer Crook packet (comic)

Superman blister pack.
Superman Meets Computer Crook blister pack (comic)

Super Heroes packet
Super Heroes (Superman/Wonder Woman/Batman/Robin)

Tom Corbett Space Cadet

Tom Corbett Tom Corbett

Doctor Who

Doctor Who Doctor Who

Land of the Lost

Land of the Lost packet.


Terrahawks cover art.

The Terrahawks View-Master® blister pack from the mid-1980s. In the year 2020, Earth is under threat from Martian androids who want revenge on the human race. They consist of Zelda, her son Youngstar and her sister called Sister. An organization is set up on Earth called Terrahawks, which is top secret to the rest of the world. This is led by Dr. Tiger Ninestein with other characters such as Sergeant Major Zero.

Terrahawks is similar to Thunderbirds, both were written by Gerry Anderson. Thunderbirds was a smash sci-fi success on U.K. Television during the 1960s. All of the characters, vehicles and buildings are models and puppets. The basis of the story is that there is an International Rescue Team that comes to the rescue when all else fails. The creators were true masters of modeling and puppetry and therefore the popularity of this series still exists.

Talking View-Master® Monsters

The following monster and sci-fi titles are available on talking View-Master® sets:

  • Dracula - TB324
  • Frankenstein - AVB323
  • Godzilla - TJ23
  • King Kong - TB392
  • Land of the Lost - TH1
  • Planet of the Apes - AVB507
  • The Six Million Dollar Man - AVB559
  • Space: 1999 - TB451
  • Star Trek "Mr. Spock's Time Trek" - AVB555

View-Master talking Godzilla cover art.


Talking View-Master Planet of the Apes  cover art.

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The View-Master® Chewing Gum Machine

The View-Master Bubble Gum Machine

For collector's, part of the fun is the hunt. You happen across that one item you (and no one else) in the collecting community has ever seen. The View-Master® Chewing Gum Machine is one of those finds. Discovered by a collector of vintage and rare vending coin-operated vending machines at a famous antiques and collectors fair in Holland (Utrecht Jaarbeurs / the biggest european indoor market).

The owner of this rarity told 3-D Review editor Van Beydler, "I had been hesitating for a long time before buying it, because the price was pretty serious, but finally I could not resist the temptation thinking I will certainly not be able to find a similar machine again in the future. Personally I'm a collector of vintage and rare vending machines (coin operated) and 50's stuff. I have always appreciated 3-D viewers, too (mutoscope, pin-up peep show's, View-Master®, etc.), even if I do not consider myself as a real 3-D collector."

"I knew this View-Master® machine was an extremely rare collectible. I never saw a similar machine in more than 25 years of hunting around the world." As with all collector's it is being in the right place at the right time. "I saw short information by chance on the Internet through a website while I was looking for a nice 'Cabaret' peep show for sale at this time."

Origin of the machine is a complete mystery. "I think the machine maybe was produced at the Belgian factory for Europe but I do not know. So far there is no trace that could tell more about the root of this wonderful item.
It is well stamped with logo of the famous View-Master® company in the front of the machine. It is not a 'custom made' machinel. Too much details prove it."

"It is still in the condition that I found it. I never took the time to clean it up, as I'm always very busy, and still busy with other long restorations (more important again). It is complete, except for the batteries of course (the exact original size are available from a specialist I know in the U.S., but could be easily replaced by other ones with the same voltage. The only minor damage, is the small chute door which seems to have been broken."

The machine dispenses chewing gum from a well on the right side of the machine. The left side has viewing lenses molded into the steel. The words "48 View-Master® Pictures 3D" are also molded in the metal. There are levers on both the left and right side of the machine. Several reels are mounted to a larger round wheel inside the machine that rotates to show different 3-D views.

The View-Master Chewing Gum machine

The View-Master Chewing Gum machine

The View-Master Chewing Gum machine

The View-Master Chewing Gum machine

The View-Master Chewing Gum machine

The View-Master Chewing Gum machine

The View-Master Chewing Gum machine

The View-Master Chewing Gum machine

The View-Master Chewing Gum machine

The View-Master Chewing Gum machine

The View-Master Chewing Gum machine

The View-Master Chewing Gum machine

The View-Master Chewing Gum machine

The View-Master Chewing Gum machine

The View-Master Chewing Gum machine

The View-Master Chewing Gum machine

The View-Master Chewing Gum machine

The View-Master Chewing Gum machine

The View-Master Chewing Gum machine

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Cinemate View-Master® Viewer and Bubble Gum Machine Flea Market Find

Cinemate viewer.

Inside the Cinemate viewer.  This one is just a little bit rusty.

Cinemate viewer with gum graphic.

Recently a Cinemate View-Master® viewer and bubble gum machine showed up in a flea market in Belgium. The buyer, Noel, paid $30 (U.S.) for the non-working machine. Noel sent an email to 3-D Review Online Magazine editor Van Beydler asking for information about the machine since he knew nothing about it. Noel didn't realize it was a bubble gum machine at all.

Noel originally put a View-Master® graphic in the window thinking it was only a viewer (see photo). He now has changed the picture in the front window to look like it is loaded with gumballs (see photo). He thought the tube inside was a repay for wrong coins instead of the transport for bubble gum.

Noel did some repair work by inserting a 4.5 volt battery and two new bulbs and returned to the flea market to buy four reels to use in the machine. It now has a Flintstones reel in the viewer. Noel related what he called a hilarious story when he called in his oldest son in to see a 3-D image in the viewer but the boy went to the flatscreen, thinking dad meant 3-D TV instead of the viewing machine.

Noel said, "The Cinemate viewer is now the highlight of my casa!"

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World's Most Beautiful 3-D Magazine

Photo by Nick Saglimbeni.  Used by permission.  All rights reserved by Nick Saglimbeni.

3-D magazines have been around for more than 50 years, but the newly released 1st issue of World’s Most Beautiful (WMB 3D) sets a new standard as the first commercial magazine entirely photographed and designed in 3-D. World’s Most Beautiful captures the most beautiful people, places, products and fashion on the planet, and bring them closer to you than ever before. Unlike other publications who have used 3-D as a one-time gimmick, every page of World’s Most Beautiful magazine is in 3-D, from cover to cover, including the ads. It’s an unprecedented, completely immersive 3-D viewing experience.

World's Most Beautiful 3-D is the collaboration of celebrity photographer Nick Saglimbeni and business mogul Howard Misle. World's Most Beautiful 3-D is the brain child of Saglimbeni. The entire magazine was photographed using the Saglimbeni3D™ camera system, designed by Nick Saglimbeni. Each page features eye-popping 3-D images and layouts...even the text jumps off the page. Universal red-cyan anaglyph glasses, easily found anywhere in the world, are required to view the images in 3-D. Glasses are also available at WMB3D.com.

The first issue, released in August, is a stunning 100 pages of immersive 3-D. The cover features Kim Kardashian who also appears in a Wild West 3-D photo spread. The 3-D publication also includes the entire issue printed in 2-D in the same publication. The 3-D version is printed on the first 100 pages and the 2-D version is printed on the next 100 pages on the flip side of the magazine. The magazine measures a hefty 12" tall x 9" wide with full size photos and double-page photo spreads throughout.

The breathtaking 3-D images include features with Venezuelan beauty Sonia Vera as she models her signature line of designer swimwear, a profile of super car Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren, a travel feature showing some of Italy's most famous sites, World Poker Tour's Melanie Iglesias, who deals a wild card of a photo spread and a few more surprises.

The 3-D images are created by celebrity photographer Nick Saglimbeni using his proprietary Saglimbeni3D™ two part system, comprised of true-stereo capture and newly developed 3-D post-production and retouching techniques. The Saglimbeni3D™ camera system is among the highest-resolution 3-D camera systems in the world. The magazines images are classic red/cyan anaglyph images but Saglimbeni3D™ images can be rendered in any full-color 3-D format, including ColorCode, RealD 3-D, polarized, eclipse method, interference filter, red/cyan, red/green, 3D HDTV and glasses-free 3-D.

Post production work with cutting-edge image factory SlickforceStudio led to developing 3-D post-production techniques never-before available to the photography arena. These extend commercial retouching and image-processing into the third dimension, allowing for spatial retouching, perspective-based filtering, 3-D compositing, and the ability to move elements to any position in three-dimensional viewer space. Read more about the Saglimbeni3D™ system at http://saglimbeni3d.com/about.php.

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April 2013 Update -- The third Issue of World's Most Beautiful 3-D Magazine will be released in May. According to our contacts at SlickforceStudio, this one will be even more exciting. It is available for a pre-order price of $19.95.

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2013 Articles

1950s View-Master® 3-D photos of Richmond, British Columbia, Canada donated to city archives
200 Blu-ray 3-D Titles Available as of the end of 2012
3-D Auction Results
3-D Review Online Magazine - Best of the past 10 years
3-D Review Online Magazine Turns 10
3-D Theatre: The Flamingo 3-D
4th Annual 3-D Creative Arts Awards to be held Feb. 6, 2013 at the Beverly Hills Hotel
Angry Birds: The Movie 3-D confirmed for 2016 theatrical release
Creature from the Black Lagoon 3-D Blu-Ray set for June 4, 2013 Release Date
Cyclopital3D Apdators Enhance Fuji W3 3-D and other Stereo Camera Capabilities
Doctor Who 50th Anniversary Special in 3-D
Dr. No 3-D Blu-Ray from Taiwan
Dredd 3-D Prop Contest sponsored by SlashFilm.com ends Feb. 5
Guns N' Roses Appetite for Democracy 3-D Concert Film
Image3D Creates Limited Edition View-Master® Style Reels and Viewers for Adidas
Iron Man 3 in 3-D
The Joyners in 3-D Graphic Novel
Jurassic Park 3-D Coming to Theatres April 5
Jurassic Park 3-D Free Advance Screening Tickets
Life of Pi 3-D Blu-Ray Set for March 12 Release
Man of Steel being converted to 3-D
Mr. Stink in 3-D
OZ The Great and Powerful 3-D Anaglyphic Images
Oz The Great and Powerful 3-D Opens March 8
Predator being converted to 3-D but for Blu-ray release only
Ray Zone Memorial Facebook Page
Samsung NX300 uses a Special 3-D Lens to take Still and Video Images
Star Trek: Into Darkness 3-D International Poster Art
Star Trek: Into Darkness 3-D Trailer
Star Wars 3-D Prequels Put on Hold
Stereo World Magazine January/February 2013 Issue now available
Stereoscopic Displays and Applications 3-D Theatre Best of Show 3-D Content Winners Announced
Stereoscopic Displays and Applications Conference 2013 starts Feb. 4
Stereoscopic Displays and Applications Conference is Feb. 4 to 6, 2013 in San Francisco, California
Terminator 2: 3-D Ride closes at Universal Studios
Texas Chainsaw 3-D Poster Art
Texas Chainsaw 3-D Ticket Giveaway
To Be 3-D or Not Be 3-D - The Real vs. Fake 3-D List at RealorFake3D.com
Top Gun 3-D in theatres only one week
University of Texas at Austin Radio-Television-Film Department Receives $2 Million to Create Nation’s First 3-D Production Program
Zombie 3-D Trailer

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2012 Articles

20th Century Stereo Viewers
2012 International 3-D Society Technical and Creative Awards
2012 National Stereoscopic Association Convention in Costa Mesa, California, July 25 through 30 promises to be the best ever
3-D Auction Results
3-D Holiday Greetings from Plants vs. Zombies and Introducing Popcorn Dragon by PopCap®
3-D Legends
3-D Super Star Ray Zone Dead at 65
A Box That Turns any TV into 3-D
Abbott and Costello 3-D Comic (1953)
Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter 3-D
The "Amazing" Amazing Spider-Man Lenticular Theatre Lobby Display
Animated 3-D Filmmaking - A Crash Course
Avatar Blu-Ray 3-D Coming to Stores in October
The Avengers to be remastered for IMAX 3-D
Chuck's Challenge Goes 3-D with Kickstarter Initiative
Cinemate View-Master® Viewer and Bubble Gum Machine Flea Market Find
CNET Asia compares Active vs. Passive vs. Glasses-free 3-D TVs
Collector's 3-D Glasses and a Limited Edition Lithograph Available at Another Titanic 3-D Preview
Creature Collectibles
Disney's John Carter 3-D Poster
Dracula 3-D Poster Art
Dredd 3-D in theatres Sept. 21
Dredd 3-D Poster Art
Entrepreneur Seeks Funding to Produce Delphi View-Master® 3-reel Packet
Frankenweenie 3-D World Premiere held Sept. 24 at El Capitan Theatre in Hollywood
Flying Swords of Dragon's Gate, China's First IMAX 3-D Production, comes to America for one week starting Aug. 31
Frankenweenie 3-D Poster Art
FujiFilm W3 3-D Digital Camera Review
Halloween Horror Nights 3-D Maze at Universal Studios Orlando
Hobbit 3-D Glasses
Hobbit Fans Might Take an Unexpected Journey with new High Frame Rate 3-D Format at Some Theatres
Hotel Transylvania 3-D Poster Art
Hugo 3-D Wins Several Oscars at 2012 Academy Awards
The Hunger Games 3-D Motion Poster
Ice Age 4: Continental Drift 3-D Poster Art
Image3D Offers a Create Your Own View-Master® Reel Service
It's Time for a Second Golden Age of the Stereoscope
Google Maps Going 3-D
J.J. Abrams' Star Trek Sequel to Launch in IMAX® 3-D on May 17, 2013
James Cameron's Deepsea Challenger 3-D film
Jefferson Stereoptics Next View-Master Auction is Sept. 5
Jungle Book 3-D Movie in Production
Katy Perry 3-D Concert Movie
Lincoln's Stereoscope
Life Magazine's Iconic Bwana Devil 3-D Theatre Audience Photo turns 60
The Lorax 3-D Poster Art
Los Angeles 3-D Club to screen two classic Desert Noir 3-D films on Oct. 28, 2012
Maggie Simpson in The Longest Daycare 3-D Poster Art
Mars Rover Curiosity is ready to send 3-D Video to Earth
Men in Black 3-D
Metallica 3-D Concert Film
Monsters Inc. 3-D Poster Art
More Amazing Spider-Man 3-D Posters
National Stereoscopic Association Convention 2012 comes to California
The New York Public Library's Stereogranimator
Nick Saglimeni Named 1st Winner of 3DVisionLive 3-D Photo Contest
Ninth Annual L.A. 3-D Movie Festival to be held Dec. 14 to 16 in Los Angeles
ParaNorman Available on 3-D Blu-Ray Combo Pack with Ulraviolet, DVD and Digital Copy from Universal Studios Home Entertainment
Parasite 3-D (1982)
President Obama Screens Men in Black 3-D at the White House Family Theatre
Reel-Master Picture Frame Seeks Online Funding with Kickstarter Initiative
Roger Rabbit 3-D Sequel has a Script
Samsung ES9500 3-D TV
Savannah College of Art and Design 3-D Film Festival is Oct. 27 through Nov. 3, 2012
The Simple Carnival - Tornado 3-D Videos Will Eventually Be Available on Blu-Ray 3-D
Sony HMZ-T2 Personal 3-D Viewer
Sony's 84-inch 3-D TV Comes to the U.S.
Space Junk 3-D Poster
Spiders 3-D Poster Art
Star Trek Into Darkness IMAX 3-D Release Date Set for May 17, 2013
Star Trek: Into Darkness 9-minute preview on select IMAX 3-D showings of The Hobbit
Star Wars 3-D Prequels Release Dates
Star Wars: Episode 1 The Phantom Menace 3-D Conversion Featurette
Star Wars - The Phantom Menace 3-D Poster
The Stars Come Out for Titanic 3-D
Stereo World May/June 2012 Vol. 37, No. 6
Stereoscopic Displays and Applications Conference - Tribute to Ray Zone
Stream TV Networks to Unveil Ultra-D Technology for Glasses Free 3-D at CES 2012
Streetdance 3-D Screening June 24 in Los Angeles
Texas Chainsaw Massacre 3-D Poster Art
Texas Chainsaw Massacre 3-D Trailer
Titanic 2-D to 3-D Conversion a Topic at 2012 NAB Show
Titanic 3-D to have Special Free Valentine's Day Screenings
Transformers Dark Side of the Moon 3-D Released on Blu-Ray
Ultraman View-Master Reels (1982)
The Universe 3-D Blu-Ray Set
UNKL View-Master® Picture Frame
Using a View-Master® Viewer for Therapy
The View-Master® Chewing Gum Machine
View-Master® Ghost and Monsters Gift Pak (1976)
View-Master® Monster Gift Pak (1978)
View-Master® Reels and Packets - A Collector's Guide Vol. 1 - World Travel
View-Master® Reels and Packets - A Collector's Guide Vol. 2 - U.S.A. and Canada
View-Master® Reels and Packets - A Collector's Guide Vol. 3 - Showtime and Education Book is Now Available
View-Master® Reels and Packets - A Collector's Guide Vol. 3 - Showtime and Education Book Review
Classic View-Master® Images Available on a Smartphone App
Who will pay for the Men in Black 3-D Glasses?
World's Most Beautiful 3-D Magazine Autographed Collector's Editions Available
World's Most Beautiful 3-D Magazine Issue No. 2 is an Equal Sequel
World Most Beautiful 3-D Releases 2nd Issue
YouTube Goes 3-D

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2011 Articles

20,000 Leagues Under the Sea 3-D
2011 SD&A 3-D Theatre Best of Show 3-D Conent Winners Announced
3-D Auction Results J F M A M J J A S O N D
3-D Center looking for new home
3-D Center March Event The Nature of New York: A Lenticular exhibit by George J. Kunze March 3 through May 29
3-D Kromograms rediscovered at The Smithsonian show color 3-D images of the 1906 San Fransisco Earthquake
3-D Movies for 2011 and Beyond
3-D Photography Class Starts Nov. 28 in Rockport, Maine
3-D TV: The Eyes Have It
47 Ronin in 3-D - Keanu Reeves Tackles an Epic Japanese Legend
8th Annual Los Angeles 3-D Movie Festival Announces Winners
8th Annual Stereo Club of Southern California 3-D Movie Festival
A Titanic Undertaking
The Amazing Spider-Man 3-D Trailer
Andy Warhol's Frankenstein 3-D 45 rpm Radio Spot (1973)
Batgirl #14 in 3-D - Batgirl, Supergirl and Dracula
Behind the Scenes for A Very Harold & Kumar 3-D Christmas
Captain America View-Master® Reels
The Civil War in 3-D, There's an App for That
Conan the Barbarian 3-D Motion Poster
Creature from the Black Lagoon Collectibles
DDD licenses TriDef 2-D to 3-D conversion PC software to Intel
Dracula 3-D - The movie
Consumer Reports Reviews LG’s LW5600-series Cinema 3-D TV
De-3-D Glasses? (Them's fightin' words)
Despicable Me 3-D Ride Coming to Universal Studios Orlando
Drive Angry 3-D Poster Art
DXG-018 3-D View Digital Camera
Fathom Events Neogtiating to bring WWE Wrestlemania 27 to 3-D movie Theatres
Frankenweenie 3-D Concept Art and Models
Fright Night 3-D Trailer
Fright Night 3-D Trailers
Fujifilm Releases FinePix REAL 3-D V3 Digital Viewer
Future of mobile multimedia, 3-D imaging, robotic vision and more to highlight Electronic Imaging program
First Live Opera Shot in 3-D to Hit Theatres March 5
Foo Fighters in 3-D
Gary Busey Sinks His Teeth in Pirahna 3DD
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1 to get 3-D Blu-Ray Treatment
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 2 Lenticular 3-D Poster
Hasbro's My3D Viewer and Apps for the iPhone
Hasbro's Transformers 3-D Optimus Prime Mask Glasses May Contain a Dangerous Design Flaw
Jack-O-Lantern View-Master® Viewer
Jane's Addition Fan-made 3-D Documentary
JVC Unveils 3-D Camcorder and 3-D Still Camera at CES 2011
Kodachrome processing no longer exists
LG's 65-inch Flicker Free Passive Cinema 3-D TV and 72-inch LED 3-D TV to unveil at CES Las Vegas
The LG Optimus 3-D P920 is here now and more 3-D Smartphones are on the way
Major Matt Mason Movie in 3-D
The Man with F.E.E.E.T View-Master® Released by Emmy-Winning Comedian
Minesweeper 3-D: The New Generation Anaglyphic 3-D Video Game
Monsters and Sci-Fi on View-Master® Reels
Morfo 3-D Face Booth
NASA Using 3-D Cameras on Final Discovery Space Shuttle Mission
New Spider-Man Costume Designed to Make it Look Better in 3-D
Norman Rockwell View-Master® 3-Reel Set Released by Snap 3D
Ocean Voyagers 3-D Premiere is June 5 in Los Angeles
Olympus SP-810UZ Camera with 3-D Mode
Panasonic announces 2-D/3-D HDC-Z10000 3-D Videocamera
Panasonic's Avatar 3-D Blu-ray Promotion Extended
Pic3D Lenticular Sheets for Computers, Tablets and Mobile Devices
Pirates of the Caribbean - On Stranger Tides: Sneak Peek in 3-D
Rachel Ray's Halloween Bash in 3-D
Rachel Ray's Halloween Bash in 3-D featured in TV Guide Magazine
Rainier sculptor Mary Lewis' work to be celebrated at First Congregational March 3 through 27
Razzies Add Worst Eye-Gouging Misuse of 3-D (Special category for 2010!)
RealD and Samsung Agreement Ends
Retrocollect Uses Virtual View-Master® Style Disks to Organize Photos, Tweets and more in an Phone App
Rollei Announces a Point-and-Shoot 3-D Camera and 3-D Picture Frame
Seeing a future without 3-D glasses
Shuttle Atlantis 3-D Photos by Nathanial Burton-Bradford
The Smurfs 3-D Movie Trailer
Snapily 3-D App Turns iPhone and iPad2 into 3-D Cameras
Sony DSC-TX55 Camera with 3-D mode
Sony HMZ-T1 Personal 3-D Viewer
Sony Announces 3-D Camcorders at CES 2011
Sprint Introduces America’s First 4G Glasses-Free Device with QHD 3-D Display, HTC EVO 3-D, Coming This Summer
Star Wars 3-D
Stereo Club of Southern California Holiday Party is Dec. 15 in downtown Los Angeles
Stereoscopic Displays and Applications announces 2012 Symposium
Stereoscopic Displays and Applications Conference is Jan. 24 - 27, 2011
Stereoscopic Displays and Applications Conference is Jan. 23-25, 2012
Success Story TV show of Sawyer's View-Master Factory in the 1950s
T-Mobile launches the first 3-D 4G Android 3.0 tablet
Talking View-Master® Monsters
Terry Beatty's Original Shock Stories, Urban Legends and The 3-D Creature from Another World Comic Art for sale
The Thread Concentration Occurrence View-Master® reel and The Werkwelt Apparatus
The 3-D Musketeers Trailer
Three Amazing New American Ruins View-Master® Reels from Wurlington Press
Three Times as Thrilling: The Lost History of 3-D Trailer Production 1953-1954
The Theory of Stereoscopic Transmission Book is Now Online
TINTIN Oakley Special Limited Edition 3-D Gascan® Glasses
Top Cat 3-D
Toshiba's Glasses Free Notebook
Toshiba No-Glasses 3-D TV
Toshiba sets a date and price for 55-inch Glasses Free 3-D TV with a Resolution FOUR TIMES Hi-def
Toshiba To Launch Glasses-Free 3-D Laptop
Toy Story 10th Anniversary View-Master® Collection
Transformers: Dark Side of the Moon 3-D Teaser Trailer
TRON View-Master® (1982)
Twilight Zone The Movie Lenticular Flasher Pinback Button (1983)
Underworld Awakening 3-D Trailer
Underworld Awakening 3-D Trailer
View-Master® History featured in Oregon Business Magazine
Vintage 3-D Christmas Card (1950s)
Walking with Dinosaurs 3-D is walking in hand with James Cameron
Win an HTC EVO 3D Phone from Sprint
World's Most Beautiful 3-D Magazine
World's Most Beautiful 3-D Magazine's Halloween Party in Hollywood set for Oct. 26, 2011
Xbox World 360 Magazine Releases 3-D Issue in February 2011

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2010 Articles

20th Century Fox's Markets Percy Jackson and the Lightning Thief with 3-D Displays
2010 Stereoscopic Displays and Applications Conference is Jan. 18 through 20 in San Jose, California
2010 World Cup Match to be recorded in 3-D
3-D Abstracts for 2011 IS&T/SPIE Electronic Imaging Symposium Due July 19
3-D Auction Results J F M A M J J A S O N D
3-D Center of Art and Photography Events J F M A M J J A O
3-D Cheese Theatre: TRON Legacy - Low Rez by Gamervision
3-D Consortium Steering Teams Work to Expand 3-D
3-D Easter Eggs Found on Avatar Blu-Ray Collector's Edition
3-D Editing - Roxio's Creator 2011 Digital Media Suite
3-D Film Festival Hollywood 3-D Film Contest Deadline is Sept. 15
3-D high-def movies coming to your living room on Blu-ray
The 3-D Musketeers
3-D PCs
3-D Tech Hot at World IT Show 2010 in Korea
3-D Version of Avatar bringing $400 online
6th China International 3-D World Forum and Exhibition is Nov. 3 through 5
Air Force Goes 3-D
Alice in Wonderland 3-D Blu-Ray Hits Stores Dec. 7
Alice in Wonderland 3-D Review
Apple Patent Approved for new Glasses Free 3-D Projection System
Asimov's Foundation Trilogy to be Filmed in 3-D
Avatar Amp Suit Maquette
Avatar breaks $2 billion mark
Avatar Review
Batman: Arkham Asylum 3-D Video Game
BBC Magazines Launches First 3-D Title - SPACE 3-D
Burberry Uses Live 3-D Stream to Promote British Fashion Brand
Cats and Dogs: The Revenge of Kitty Galore 3-D in Theatres Summer 2010
Charles Phoenix and the Third Dimension Slideshows at Los Angeles Downtown Independent Theatre on July 11
CivilWarIn3D.com Gives Civil War Stereoviews New Life with Restoration
Clash of the Titans 3-D Opens March 26
Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs Blu-ray 3-D disk to arrive this summer
Comin' At Ya Motion Picture Soundtrack
Creature from the Black Lagoon Collectibles
CryEngine 3 in 3-D at 2010 Game Developer's Conference
Cutoutpaper's Retro Laser Art Includes View-Master®
David Klutho Spotted with 3-D Camera at the Winter Olympics
Digital Domain Holdings Acquires In-Three
Director Clashes with 3-D Conversion of Titans Film
DIY movie makers push 3-D to the limits
Doctor Who 3-D Posters
Doctor Who: 3-D Trailer UK Cinema
Doctor Who Lenticular Clocks
Doctor Who SFX 3-D Lenticular Cover
DVDFab releases Blu-Ray 3-D Ripper Software
DXG-5D7V 3-D View Camcorder and Media Player available through Hammacher Schlemmler
ESPN 3-D Sports Channel to Debut in June 2010
Film Forum Holds 3-D Film Festival in New York
The First U.S. HDTV 3-D Channel
Forensic Expert Brings New Dimension to Historic Photos
Fujifilm's 2nd Generation FinePix Real 3-D W3 Digital Camera Adds 720 3-D HD Video
Fujifilm 3-D Print System comes to Universal Studios Singapore
FujiFilm introduces a new dimension in photography
Ghost Rider Spirit of Vengeance to film in 3-D
Giant View-Master® Viewer Used at SYFY Launch
Guillermo del Toro to direct H.P. Lovecraft's At the Mountains of Madness in 3-D
Gulf Oil Spill 3-D
Hacker Creates a Digital View-Master®
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1 to be in 3-D
Harry Potter Lenticular Poster Book (2004)
Homemade DIY 3-D Video
IMAX Hubble 3-D Behind the Scenes (2010)
In-Three and Reliance Mediaworks Partner for World's Largest 2-D to 3-D Facility
It Came From Outer Space to Show in 3-D as Fundraiser for The 3-D Center
Jackass 3-D Poster Art
Joel Fletcher's 3-D Images from the set of The Nightmare Before Christmas
Keep Both Eyes On New Glasses Free 3-D Technology
Kelly Rowland's Rose Colored Glasses 3-D Music Video
Kenny Rogers: The First 50 Years 3-D HD TV Special
King Kong to Return to Universal Studios Tour in Largest 3-D Exhibit in the World
Lady Gaga's 3-D Teaser
Lenticular 3-D Movie Poster Checklist 1959 - 2010 (alphabetical)
Leonardo DiCaprio to narrate Hubble 3-D
LG 84" 3-D TV
Michael Jackson featured in Grammys 3-D Tribute
Michael Jackson's Captain EO Returns to Disneyland
Natalie Portman is "Thor" about being shown in 3-D
National Design Winners Featured on View-Master® at Award Luncheon with First Lady Michelle Obama
National Stereoscopic Association 36th Convention is July 14-19 in Huron, Ohio
NCAA Final Four to Broadcast in Live 3-D
Orlok the Vampire 3-D DVD
Panasonic Extends Line of 3-D Blu-Ray Disc Players
Panasonic's 152-inch 3-D TV
Panasonic's 3-D Blu-Ray Player
Panasonic 3-D Camcorder
Panasonic's 3-D Plasma TV
PC World's History of 3-D Slideshow
The Philadelphia Inquirer goes 3-D on June 13
Piranha 3-D Bites at a Sequel
Piranha 3-D Trailer
Piranha 3-DD Sequel and Shark Night 3-D Forecast Release Dates
Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides to shoot in 2-D and 3-D
Playboy Goes 3-D with June 2010 Hope Dworaczyk Centerfold
Priest Goes 3-D
Ray Zone's 3-D Jungle Adventures is an iPhone/iPad App
Ray Zone Creates First 3-D Comics for Electronic Platforms
RealD Initial Public Offering Raises $200 million
RealD IPO has opportunities and risks that jump out at you
"Release the Katzenberg"...On Warners' 'Clash of the Titans' cheesy 3-D: 'You just snookered the movie audience'
Resident Evil: Afterlife 3-D Poster
Resident Evil: Afterlife 3-D Poster - New version
Reviews of Sony's 3-D Camcorder
Route 66, Chicago Motels and Hot Dogs featured on new View-Master® Reels from Wurlington Bros. Press
Samsung 3-D Blu-Ray Player
Samsung HD 3DTV Free 3-D Starter Kit
Samsung Launches Digital Download 3-D Video App
Samsung Racing Ahead with Consumer 3-D HDTV
Sanyo Ultra Short Focus 3-D Projectors
SAW 3-D Poster Art
Saw 3-D Trailer
Scott Pilgrim vs. The World 3-D Motion Poster
Sharp Announces 3-D Camera For Mobile Phones
Shrek 1, 2 and 3 to be converted to 3-D for Blu-ray release
Shrek 3-D Better than Sex
Sony 3-D TV One of Oprah's Ultimate Favorites
Sony Bosses Want to Market a Digital 3-D Camera
Sony Chief Charts 3-D horizons at SID 2010
Sony to Present Tigers Woods Return to Golf in The Masters in 3-D
Sony's 3-D Laptop Coming in 2011
Sony's Pocket 3-D Panoramic Cameras
Star Trek 2-D to 3-D Blu-ray Demo
Stereo World January/February 2010 Issue
Stereoscopic Displays and Applications Conference is set for January 2011
Superman 3-D Conversions
Talk of Crispy Krueger Sequel in 3-D
Tapping into Sharp's 3-D Glasses
Tarantino Mulls Kill Bill 3 in 3-D
Technicolor Prepares to Replicate 3-D Blu-Ray Titles
Theatre Operators Move to Install More 3-D Screens
Toshiba 3-D laptop debuts in Japan
Toshiba Develops Glasses Free 3-D TV
Touchy Feely 3-D
TRON Legacy in 3-D Uses Original Analog Audio Sound Effects
Tyler Camera Mounts Accommodates 3-D Format for Helicopters
The Complete Twilight Zone Trading Cards includes 18 3-D lenticular motion cards (2009)
U.S. Open in 3-D
View*Productions releases Frank Gehry: 3 Theaters on 3 View-Master® reels
View-Master® Custom Production Returns Through Seattle's Alpha Cine Labs
View-Master® Monster Gift Pak (1970s)
ViewSonic's 3-D Camcorder, 3-D Camera and Portable 3-D TV
Vin Diesel to return in xXx 3-D
Web Cam 3-D: The Movie
World's Largest Outdoor 3-D Display at Times Square
Yogi Bear 3-D Trailer

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2009 Articles

2009 Stereoscopic Displays and Applications Conference
3-D Auction Results J F M A M J J A S O N D
3-D Center of Art and Photography January Events
3-D Center of Art and Photography February Events
3-D Center of Art and Photography March Events
3-D Center of Art and Photography April-May Events
3-D Center of Art and Photography May Events
3-D Center of Art and Photography June Events
3-D Center of Art and Photography July Events
3-D Center of Art and Photography August Events
3-D Center of Art and Photography September Events
3-D Center of Art and Photography October Events
3-D Center of Art and Photography November Events
3-D Center of Art and Photography December Events
3-D Drawing Pad
3-D in the Home Video Available on Stereoscopic Displays and Applications Web Site
3-D Movie Release Schedule
3-D Movie Trailers
3-D Panel at San Deigo Comicon
3-D Projectors Used to Create Virtual Reality Immersion Room at the University of Louisiana
3-D Versions of Toy Story and Toy Story 2 Double Feature
75-foot Criss Angel Lenticular Mural at the Luxor in Las Vegas
A Super Monsters vs. Aliens Promotion to Bowl Over 3-D Fans
Adventures in the Forbidden Zone in 3-D Limited Edition Soundtrack
Alice in Wonderland 3-D Posters
Altera's Arria GX FPGAs Enhance DDD's TriDef Core 3D Display Processor
AMC Theatres Go 1/3rd 3-D
Another 3-D Journey is in the Works
Arabian Nights in 3-D
August 21 is Avatar Day
Avatar 3-D Trailer
Avatar Glasses made from recycled Coke Zero bottles
Bassett and Gruber View-Master® 3-D Dissection Slides Enter the Computer Age
The Battle of Yellow Sea in 3-D
Behind the Scenes Filming The Creature from the Black Lagoon
Blu-Ray 3-D could be closer than you think
Blu-Ray Disc Association Task Force to Identify Home 3-D Standards
Bombs Away: Will Peter Jackson Remake The Dam Busters in 3-D?
Britain's Got Talent winners to appear in 3-D film
Brooklyn-Queens Expressway Includes View-Master® Reel in DVD/CD Double Disk Release
Burst 3-D
Cabin in the Woods 3-D Release Delayed
Canada Milks 3-D Ad
Celebrations3D Offers Custom View-Master® Style Reels of Family and Personal Photos
Chattanooga Tennessee Riverbend 3-D Reel
Captain EO 3-D Film Might Return to Disneyland
Cascade ACM SIGGRAPH Presents From Toys to Technology - Stereoscopic Display
The Child's Eye in 3-D
Classic 3-D House of Wax to Show at The Times Cinema in Milwaukee starting June 5
Computer Graphics World Magazine April 2009 3-D Issue
Consumer Electronics Association to Set 3-D TV Glasses Standards
Could Spider-Man 4 be in 3-D?
Coraline 3-D DVD
Creature from the Black Lagoon Collectibles
Creature from the Black Lagoon Pressbooks
The Creature in 3-D by Kerry Gammill of Monster Kid
Creature International Posters
The Creature on LP Covers
Da-Lite Virtual Grey Fabric Screens Designed to Maintain 99 Percent of Projected 3-D Polarization
Dave Matthews Band 3-D Concert Movie
Denis Leary Comments on Filming Rescue Me in 3-D
Dimension 3 Expo is June 2 - 4 near Paris, France
Disney's A Christmas Carol 3-D Gets on Track with 3-D Preview on a Train
DRKRM Gallery Hosts Exhibit of 1955 Los Angeles 3-D Images
Elisabeth Shue Confirmed for Piranha 3-D and Casting Calls in Arizona
The Final Reel
First Ever HD 3-D Filming Of A MotoGP Event At Laguna Seca
Fixing My Gaze: A Scientist's Journey Into Seeing in Three Dimensions
Flanimals 3-D
The Forever War in 3-D
Frankenstein Flicker Belt Buckle
Fujifilm Finepix 3-D Camera System Set for Release and Price
Hairspray 2 may be in 3-D
Halloween 3-D
Halloween 3-D on Hold
Hamlet 3-D announced by Shakespeare 4 Kidz
Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince to feature 12 minutes of 3-D Footage on IMAX Screens
Holga 120-3D Stereo Camera
The Hollywood Reporter Presents 3-D Film Screenings at FILMART in Hong Kong
Hondo 3-D Corrections
How to Play the Left 4 Dead Videogame in 3-D without buying expensive glasses
Hubble Telescope Repair Mission filmed in IMAX 3-D
Humpty Dumpty 3-D: First News
Humpty Dumpty 3-D Movie Poster Art
Jaw Dropping News - Matt Hooper Cameo in Piranha 3-D
Kenny Chesney Summer in 3-D Film Slated for April Release
Kiss Me in 3-D Web Site
Koch Records to Release Coraline 3-D Soundtrack
Kodak discontinues production of Kodachrome Film. Kodachrome processing to end Dec. 31, 2010
Lenticular 3-D Movie Poster Checklist 1968 - 2009 (alphabetical)
Lenticular 3-D Movie Poster Checklist 1968 - 2009 (alphabetical) update
Loreo Stops Production of Digital 3-D Lens in a Cap (Model 9008)
The "Lost" Creature from the Black Lagoon View-Master Movie Preview Reel
Michael Jackson Filmed Elaborate 3-D Video Before His Death
Minoru 3-D Webcam is Must See 3-D®
Missouri's Heisman View
Monsters vs. Aliens 3-D Birthday Party Kit
Monsters vs. Aliens 3-D Super Bowl Ad
Monsters vs. Aliens DVD has 3-D short but not feature
Monsters vs. Aliens Retro Posters
More Movie Remakes Could be Headed to the Silver Screen in 3-D
National Stereoscopic Association Eastern Midwest Regional Meeting to be held May 1-3, 2009 in Huron, Ohio
NBA All Star Saturday Night in 3-D
NBA All Stars Live TNT 3-D Broadcast in Theatres
Night of the Living Dead 3-D Movie Formerly Posted Online for Free Viewing
Night of the Living Dead: Origins in 3-D
The Nutcracker to be Zemeckis next 3-D Holiday Film
Panasonic's Concept HD 3-D Stereoscopic Video Camcorder
Persol 3-D Award Introduced at Venice International Film Festival
Peter Jackson Reaches Out to 3-D
Pharmaceutical Executive Magazine Features 3-D Cover
Pina 3-D: A highly artistic dance film
Planet You 3-D
Poe's House of Usher in 3-D
Pop-Up 3-D Book is a Sight to Behold
Prototype 3-D Blu-Ray Camcorder from Nikola Knezevic
Radford the Robot
RealD is the Real Deal
Resident Evil: Afterlife To Use Cameron's 3-D Team
Ritz Carlton, South Beach, Uses View-Master® for Children's Menu
Romero's Night of the Living Dead 3-D World Premiere is Oct. 3 at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery
Sex and Zen 3-D to Lens in April
The Shock Labyrinth 3-D
Shock Stories 3-D Trading Cards Released on August 1
Shooting 3-D: Introduction to Stereoscopic Production Techniques
Smurfs 3-D film to hit Theatres Christmas 2010
Sony Unveils Prototype 3-D Glasses at the Consumer Electronics Show
Special 3-D Niagara Falls Program Set for Oct. 24
Star Trek Reboot Sequel Might be in 3-D
Stereo Photography: Places and Times Remembered DVD
Stereoscopic Displays and Applications Conference Wraps
Stereoscopic Medical Atlases
A Super Monsters vs. Aliens Promotion to Bowl Over 3-D Fans
The Stewardesses 3-D: 40th Anniversary Deluxe Edition DVD
Takao Kamimura 3-D Photos
Take a 3-D Holliday Trip
Texas Chainsaw Massacre 3-D
This is It: Michael Jackson 3-D footage to be released in October Movie
Tiger Beat 3-D Issue
Tokyo Mater, Pixar's First 3-D Short Film, Debuts in Theatres with Bolt 3-D
Toy Story 1 and 2 in 3-D Trailer
Toy Story Mania Game to Include 3-D Glasses
Two European Projects Aim for Glassless 3-D Projection
UK's Sky News Developing 3-D TV
Underworld 4 in 3-D
Unseen 3-D Film of Queen Elizabeth Coronation to be Broadcast
Up DVD Lacks 3-D Version
View-Master® Monster Gift Pak
View-Master® Stops Custom Production of Custom and Commercial Reels
View-Master:®: The Movie
Virtual Images - The 3-D Company Produces Lenticular 3-D Movie Posters for 20th Century Fox's Release of Ice Age 3: Dawn of the Dinosaurs
Wim Wenders Halts Production of 3-D Dance Film Featuring Pina
The Woman in Black in 3-D
Yellow Submarine Remake in 3-D
YouTube Testing 3-D Video Player

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2008 Articles

The 2-D 3-D Hybrid Theatre
3-D Auction Results J FM A M J J A S O N D
3-D Biz-Ex Sees Record Attendance
3-D Blu-Ray could be here by 2012
3-D Center of Art and Photography April and May Events
3-D Center of Art and Photography November Events
3-D Center of Art and Photography October Events
3-D Center of Art and Photography September Events
3-D Day at Cannes
3-D Entertainment Distribution hires Patricia Brandino as Vice President of Film Sales
3-D Film and Interactive Festival is October 10-19 in Florida
3-D Home Pre-Consortium Meeting to be held Feb. 5 at Universal City
3-D Movie Release Schedule
3-D Review Gets a New Look
3-D Science News
3-D TV Comes to Japan
3-D TV Takes a Technological Leap to the Third Dimension in Britain
3-D TV Unveiled at the Consumer Electronic Shows in Las Vegas
3-D Without Glasses Using a Rewritable 3-D Display Being Studied
3-D TV's Journey to the Center of Your Living Room
40 million 3-D Glasses Produced in Hannah Montana Promotion
A 3-D Journey with Brendan Fraser
A Monsterous 3-D Gallery
The Abyss 3-D Lenticular Edition DVDThe Abyss 3-D Lenticular Edition DVD
Actress Martina Gedeck Narrates German Version of Dolphins and Whates 3-D: Tribes of the Ocean
Alpha and Omega - First News
Alien 3-D Lenticular Edition DVD
Alien vs. Predator 3-D Lenticular Edition DVD
Andrew Woods Answers How 3-D Movies are Made
Autodesk Introduces Stereoscopic 3-D Filmmaking Software at SIGGRAPH
Batman Begins 3-D Lenticular Cover DVD
Beauty and the Beast Being Re-rendered in Disney Digital 3-D for Theatrical Release
Ben Chapman, Creature from the Black Lagoon, Actor, Dies at Age 79
Björk Premieres Amazing Wanderlust Video, Preps 3-D Version for DVD Release
Booty 3-D and Piranhas 3-D on Fast Track
Bottoms Up from Shh Productions
Brendan Fraser Says He Saw Star Wars 3-D
The Butler's in Love 3-D
Camp Blood, Blood Sisters and Apartment 51: Devil Bat 3-D DVDs Released by Razor Digital Entertainment
Classic Monsters on View-Master® Reels
Classic Sci-Fi View-Master® Reels
Cleopatra Rock and Roll Musical 3-D Movie
Condition Dead: The Zombie Movie Could be in 3-D
Consumer Electronics Association Forms 3-D Video Discovery Group
Coolidge Corner Theatre presents Thrilling 3-D Film Festival
Creature from the Black Lagoon 45rpm Radio Spots
Creature from the Black Lagoon by Amok Time
Creature from the Black Lagoon by James Bama Wallpaper
Creature from the Black Lagoon by Kreaturekid
Creature from the Black Lagoon by Palmer (1964)
Creature from the Black Lagoon by Toy Island
Creature from the Black Lagoon Candle Holder
Creature from the Black Lagoon Forever Collectibles Bobble Head
Creature from the Black Lagoon Gummi Sushi
Creature from the Black Lagoon Hard Rock Cafe Pin
Creature from the Black Lagoon Hawthorne Universal Monsters Village (2006)
Creature from the Black Lagoon Head Knocker
Creature from the Black Lagoon Jigsaw Puzzle (1982)
Creature from the Black Lagoon Mardi Gras Coin (1993)
Creature from the Black Lagoon Monster Force Figure
Creature from the Black Lagoon Picture Frame by Elby Gifts (2005)
Creature from the Black Lagoon Premium Format Figure by Sideshow
Creature from the Black Lagoon Snow Globe by Dave Grossman (2005)
Creature from the Black Lagoon Snow Globes by Elby Gifts (2005)
Stretch Creature from the Black Lagoon
Creature from the Black Lagoon String Lights
Creature from the Black Lagoon Translucent Green Action Figure (2008)
Creature from the Black Lagoon Universal Studios Classic Monster Silver Screen Edition 8" Action Figure
Creature from the Black Lagoon Voodoo Doll (1996)
The Day After Tomorrow 3-D Lenticular Edition DVD
Dazzling Dissection Images from Stanford's Famed Bassett Collection Go Online
Department 56 - The Creatures Lair (2006)
Disney Announces Eight Pixar 3-D Movies
Disney Channel Broadcasts 3-D Hannah Montana Concert
Disney cruise ships will feature 3-D movies
Disney Pixar's UP in 3-D Scheduled to Hit Theatres June 12, 2009
Disney to Distribute World's First 3-D Blu-Ray Disk featuring Hannah Montana
Disney's Step Up 3-D Announced as Next Sequel in Hit Dance Film Series
Disney's Toy Story Mania Ride features 3-D glasses and Giant View-Master® Reels
Doctor Who 3-D Collectibles
Doctor Who Complete Series 3 Limited Edition Mister Saxon/Master Lenticular 3-D Cover
Dolby Licensing 3-D Cinema Playback Support
Dolby Reduces Price of Reusable 3-D Glasses to Exhibitors
Double Vision: 1930s Design at Winterthur
DPLenticular at Drupa 2008 with 3-D Format Products
Events at the 3-D Center of Art and Photography during July
Evil Dead The Musical in 3-D
Final Destination 4: 3-D Has a Cast
Florida State University in 3-D
The Fog 3-D Lenticular Edition DVD
Fraunhofer's Kolibri Cordless Sensor Snaps 3-D Images on the go
Friday the 13th Part 3 in 3-D Gets Official 3-D DVD Release on Feb. 3, 2009
Fujifilm Announces the World's First Digital 3-D Camera System
Fujinon Lenses Dive to the Depths for Wild Ocean IMAX 3-D Film
George Lucas Tells Entertainment Weekly Converting the Original Six Star Wars Movies to 3-D is Still On
George Romero's 1978 Dawn of the Dead Getting 3-D Re-Release
Get a 3-D Photo with Santa at the 3-D Center of Art and Photography
Ghost in the Shell 3-D
Girls and Corpses Issue #3 in 3-D
Grand Canyon Adventure 3-D: River at Risk
Hannah Montana 3-D Concert Movie DVD Features Lenticular Cover Art
Hannah Montana Lenticular 3-D Motion Cups
Hannah Montana Blu-Ray DVD to be released in 3-D
Harry Potter 3-D Trading Card Set from Artbox Entertainment
Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince to have 25 minutes of 3-D on IMAX Screens
Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix 2-disc Deluxe 3-D Lenticular Cover Edition
Have Phaser, Will Travel - Deja View-Master
High-Def 3-D Projectors are Here
High School Musical Lenticular 3-D Motion Cups
How to Train Your Dragon 3-D Released Delayed Until 2009
HorrorHound Issue #11 in 3-D
The Hunchback of Notre Dame Ultimate Edition DVD Features 3-D Stereoviews
I, Robot 3-D Lenticular Edition DVD
Image3D Reel Checklist
Independence Day 3-D Lenticular Edition DVD
Indiana Jones Special Edition Trilogy Exclusive 3-D Lenticular Cover Collection
InTru3D Brand™ Introduced by Dreamworks and Intel
Iron Man 2 in 3-D - First News
Israeli 3-D Fashion Magazine
James Bond Ultimate DVDs Feature 3-D Lenticular Cover Art
James Cameron in the 3rd Dimension
James Cameron's Avatar to Be Released in IMAX 3-D on Dec. 18, 2009
January Events at the 3-D Center of Art and Photography
Jaguar Land Rover Use Sony High Resolution Projectors to Create 3-D Virtual Vehicles
Jeepers Creepers 3-D Lenticular Edition DVD
Jefferson Stereoptics View-Master Auctions Aug. 13 and 14, 2008
Jefferson Stereoptics View-Master® Auctions Nov. 19 and 20
Jim Freeman's Outside the Third Dimension Surf Posters
Joe Dante to shoot The Hole in 3-D
Jonas Brothers 3-D Concert Film Added to Disney Digital Releases
Journey to the Center of the Earth 3-D Movie Poster
Journey to the Center of the Earth 3-D Trading Cards Released by Inkworks
Journey to the Center of the Earth 3-D Version "C" Poster
Karl Urban to Star in Relentless 3-D
Kung Fu U 3-D to Star Hulk Hogan
Marcus Theatres® to Install Digital 3-D Technology at 12 New Locations Throughout the Midwest
Master-View by Hexstatic
Minoru 3-D Web Cam
Missy Elliot Going 3-D for Disney
Mitsubishi Developing 3-D Blu-ray Player
Mitsubishi To Roll Out 3-D DLP Packages
Modification Adds 3-D Animation Imaging to View-Master® Viewer
Monster Kid Issue #6 2-D to 3-D Conversions
Monster Kid Issue #7 2-D to 3-D Conversions
Monsters vs. Aliens Web Site
Monsters vs. Aliens - Where's Rex Havoc?
Mortician Comes to Life in 3-D
My Bloody Valentine 3-D Remake to be filmed in 3-D
NBC to air 3-D Episode of Chuck following the Super Bowl
New England 3-D Image Collectors Focus on History
New Journey to the Center of the Earth 3-D Poster
New View-Master® Titles
Next Wave of 3-D is So Close You Can Almost Touch It - Live Events in 3-D Theatres
NowIn3D Magazine Available Online
Nvidia Wants to Bring 3-D Back to Gaming
Oceans 3-D: Voyage of a Turtle
The Orphanage 3-D Lenticular Movie Poster
Panasonic Develops World's First 3-D HD Plasma Theatre System
Photos and Video Presentations from the 2008 Stereoscopic Displays and Applications XIX Conference
Piranha 3-D to Arrive in Theatres Summer 2009
Polar Express Presented in 3-D DVD and Blu-Ray Set for October Arrival
Prototype RED 3-D DSLR and Video Camera
Rainbow Symphony Store Offers Free 3-D Glasses
Rare 3-D Dalek Image Stolen from Exhibition
RealD 3-D Joins Panel of Stereoscopy Pioneers at SIGGRAPH
Relief 3-D Movie Poster from 1939 Sold by WalterFilm
Ripley's Believe It or Not Converting Films to 3-D
Robocop 3-D Lenticular Edition DVD
Rugby in 3-D and HD
Sammy Hagar, The Red Rocker, in 3-D
The Sarah Silverman Program Uses View-Master® Style Opening Titles
Seeing Double Since 1850
Shadow Vision 3-D
Sony Pictures Film Noir Thriller Dark Country Takes 3-D Cinematography to New evels
Spatial View Stereo 3-D Editing Software for Adobe® After Effects®
Speed Racer 3-D Online Movie Poster
Speed Racer Lenticular 3-D Movie Poster
Sports Illustrated Kids Goes 3-D in November 2008 Magazine and Releases In Your Face 3-D Hardcover Book
Stanford Researchers Developing 3-D Camera with 12,616 Lenses
Stargate SG-1 Lenticular DVD Boxset
Star Wars: The Clone Wars Confirmed for 3-D Theatrical Release
Stereo Pictures Offers 2-D to 3-D Motion Picture Conversion
Stereo World Magazine Features 3-D Cover and Centerfold
Stereoscopic 3-D Head Tracking with the Wii Remote
Stereoscopic Displays and Applications 20th Anniversary DVD-ROM in Production
Stereoscopic Displays and Applications XIX Conference Wrap Up
Stereoscopic Displays and Applications Call for Papers
StereoVision Hires Kiratsoulis for 3-D Films
Studios Announce a Deal to Help Cinemas Go 3-D
Superman Doomsday 3-D Lenticular Edition DVD
Surfer Magazine in 3-D
Swiss Team Makes 3-D Film about Iran
Talking View-Master® Monsters
Tasteful Temptations - The Erotic 3-D Photography of Larry Ferguson
The Terminator 3-D Lenticular Edition DVD
Thunderbirds 3-D Paint Set (1964)
Thursday Night NFL Football to be Broadcast Live in 3-D
Tim Burton's Corpse Bride 3-D Lenticular Cover DVD
Topps Astronaut 3-D Trading Cards (1963)
Topps Wacky Packages Creature from the Black Lagoon Creature Barrel
Toy Story 1 and 2 Returning to Theatres in 3-D
Transformers 2 in 3-D: First Look
Tron 3-D: First News
U2 3-D
University of Oregon Use View-Master Reels for Sustainability Campaign
Upcoming Events at the 3-D Center of Art and Photography
Events at the 3-D Center of Art and Photography May - June
V for Vendetta 3-D Lenticular Edition DVD
View-Master® Clock
View-Master® Collector Mary Ann Sell Featured in Associated Press News Story
View-Master® Hallmark Keepsake Ornament Released for Christmas 2008
Welland in 3-D
The YouTube 3-D Theatre

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2007 Articles

1936 Olympics in 3-D
2007 Joint National Stereoscopic Association 33rd Convention and 16th ISU Congress is July 10-17, 2007, in Boise, Idaho
2007 Stereoscopic Displays and Applications Conference Photos
2007 World Jamboree View-Master® Reel
3-D Auction Results J F M A M J J A S O N D
3-D Catwalk at the La Rinascnete in Milan Italy
3-D Center of Art and Photography Center News
3-D Center of Art and Photography Featured in Online Video
3-D Center of Art and Photography News is available online
3-D Center of Art and Photography offers Digital Stereo Photography Classes
3-D Center of Art and Photography Upcoming Attractions
3-D Center of Art and Photography Upcoming November and December Events
3-D Center and Ray Zone Present The History of 3-D Comics
3-D Center of Art and Photography presents The Magic of View-Master® starting April 12, 2007
3-D digital screens come to Kinepolis
3D Entertainment Completes Principal Photography on Dolphins and Whales 3-D: Tribes of the Ocean Premiering February 2008 at IMAX 3-D Theatres
3-D Film Release Schedule 2008 - 2010
3-D Movies Coming Soon to a Theatre Near You
3-D Through the Ages Exhibit at the Schenectady Museum and Suits-Bueche Planetarium
3-D TV Comes to Texas
3-D TV Could Be Here in Five Years
3-D TV Serial Mayavi wins at Seoul Global TV Drama Awards
The 3 Stooges 3-D 8mm Films
Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Houses 3-D Information in its Collections
Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Searchable Online Script Catalog includes 3-D Films
American Greetings Godzilla Lenticular Christmas Ornament
An Examination of the Potential Market for Digital 3-D Cinema
Beowulf 3-D opening weekend grosses nearly $8 million
Beowulf to be in Digital 3-D and IMAX 3-D
Beowulf to Hit Theatres Screens on Nov. 16, 2007
Boogie DS Videogame Comes with 3-D Glasses
Breakfast Toast in 3-D Session to be held at NAB2007 Electronic Media Show in Las Vegas
The Breed 3-D Lenticular Cover Edition DVD
Cameron/Pace Fusion 3-D Camera System and Crew Sign on for the Production of Stereo Vision's Independent 3-D Feature Aubrey Blaze Piranhas 3-D
Cartoon Network 3-D Halloween Airs on Oct. 12
Collector see the World in 3-D
Comic-Con Preview: 20 Minutes of Beowulf 3-D
Creature Flicker Ring
Creature from the Black Lagoon 3-D 8mm Films
Creature from the Black Lagoon Dell Comic Book (1964)
Creature from the Black Lagoon Die Cast 1949 Mercury
Creature from the Black Lagoon Die Cast Chevy Bel Aire Convertible
Creature from the Black Lagoon Funko Puppet
Creature from the Black Lagoon Items
Creature from the Black Lagoon Silver Screen Yanoman Figurine
Creature from the Black Lagoon Slammer Whammers
Creature from the Black Lagoon Solar-powered Bobblehead
Creature from the Black Lagoon Stickers
Creature from the Black Lagoon Trashcan
Deep Sea-quel slated for 2009 Release in IMAX 3-D
Department of Defense 3-D Health and Safety Program
Disney's Meet the Robinsons in 3-D opens March 30
DivaBikini 2008 Calendar features 3-D Lenticular Cover
DIVE! Manned Submersibles and the New Explorers 3-D Film Opens at the Museum of Science and Industry in Tampa, Florida
Dolby 3-D Jumps into the Digital Cinema Pool
Dolby Previews Dolby 3-D Digital Cinema at ShoWest 2007
DreamWorks Animation and IMAX joins forces to develop 3-D films
DreamWorks going 3-D in 2009
Electromagnetic Wormholes May Make 3-D TV Possible
Exclusive Superman Returns DVD with Lenticular 3-D Slipcover Sold at Target Stores
Final Destination 4 to be Filmed in 3-D
Fletch (The Jane Doe Edition) 3-D Lenticular Cover Edition DVD
Ghost Rider 3-D Lenticular 1-sheet Movie Poster
Godzilla 3-D IMAX Update (June)
Godzilla 3-D IMAX Update (July)
Godzilla Saves America - A Monster Showdown in 3-D (1996)
Good Bye Kai Tak 3-D book
Gwen Stefani's Wind It Up in 3-D
H.H. Bennett Studio Presents Stereoscopic Slideshow of Wisconsin Dells
Hallmark Lenticular 3-D Halloween and Christmas Cards
Hanna Hilton Special Edition 3-D Portfolio
Hannah Montana Concert Tour to be a 3-D Film
Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix in IMAX 3-D
Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix in IMAX 3-D Opens with Record-Breaking Boxoffice
Hawthorne's Universal Monsters Train Set features Creature
Hawthorne's Universal Monsters Village features Creature
Hondo premieres in Digital 3-D in the Cannes Classics Program
Honestly, Is That Abe in 3-D?
Horroween 3-D
Hurricane Dean in 3-D
Illinois State University Celebrates 150th with View-Master® Art Exhibit
Is Peter Jackson Making The Hobbit in 3-D?
It Came from Outer Space 8mm 3-D Films
James Cameron's Stereoscopic 3-D camera
Jefferson Stereoptics View-Master® Auctions May 8 and 10, 2007
Jefferson Stereoptics View-Master® Auctions Nov. 13 and 15, 2007
John Wayne's daughter-in-law looking for distributor for 3-D Hondo
JoJo's Circus View-Master® three reel set
Kong, 8th Wonder of the World View-Master® three reel set
Larry Lipton hosts online video tour about the REAL D digital 3-D system
Lazy Town View-Master® three reel set
Lenticular 3-D Movie Poster Checklist 1968-2007
The Mad Magician 8mm 3-D Film
Meant to be Seen (MTBS) releases Stereoscopic 3-D Programming Guide Online
Mission Impossible: III DVD with Lenticular 3-D Cover
Monsters vs. Aliens Changes Release Date
Monsters vs. Aliens in 3-D
Monsters vs. Aliens in 3-D to Hit Theatres on May 15, 2009
The Movie Glass Slide DVD
NASA holds press conference about first 3-D images of the Sun
NASA releases stereo view of Victoria Crater on Mars
National Geographic Films Go REAL D 3-D
NBA All-Star Game presented in first private screening of a live 3-D sports event
New Free Stereoscopic E-Books Available Soon
The Next Dimension: 3-D and the Movies - Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Science and Technology Council Presents Two Nights Exploring the Craft of 3-D Motion Picture Technology
Night at the Museum 3-D Lenticular DVD Cover
Pana-Vista 3-D Viewer
Porky's The Ultimate Collection DVD Boxset with Lenticular Cover
Promotional View-Master® Promotes Peyton Manning Children's Hospital at St. Vincent
Quentin Tarantino wants to make a 3-D Porn Film
Ray Zone 3-D Books and Magazines
Ray Zone 3-D Work Featured in The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen: Black Dossier
REAL D Continues Rapid Expansion by Bringing 3-D Cinema Experience to Nearly 700 Installed Screens Worldwide
Return to Everest 3-D
Robocop Lenticular Cover Edition DVD
Rubies Creature from the Black Lagoon Halloween Mask
Samsung 3-D DLP HDTV Uses DDD TriDef 3D
Sea Monsters: A Prehistoric Adventure in 3-D from National Geographic Giant Screen Films
The Seeker: The Dark is Rising Lenticular 3-D Movie Poster
SeeView Envisions 3-D Previews Inside DVD Cases
Shh3D Issue #5
Shh3-D.com Jones 3-D Halloween Soda Bottle
Shh3D.com Jones Soda Bottle
Shh3D.com Jones Soda Bottle Hanna Hilton Edition
Shh3d.com 3-D Jones Soda Bottles #4, #5, #6 and #7
Shh3D.com Launches its Second Issue
Shh! Presents Courtney Taylor Special Edition 3-D Portfolio
Shrek 4 in 3-D
Sigourney Weaver teams up with director James Cameron, with whom she worked in the 'Aliens' series, for the sci-fi movie 'Avatar' being shot in 3-D
Six-foot Tall View-Master® Display Shows Holiday Images at Dollywood in Pigeon Forge, Tennesee
Soak Magazine features 3-D photos in every issue: February Preview
Spiderman 3 Lenticular Movie Poster
Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over to Show on Outdoor Inflatable Screen in Louisiana
Stacie Lynn 3-D Convention Program
Stanley View-Master® three reel set
Stereo Vision to produce George Clinton's Mothership in 3-D
Stereo World Features Second 3-D Cover
Stereo World Features Swimsuit Encore 2007
Stereo World Vol. 33, No. 1 July/August 2007
Stereoscopic Displays and Applications Conference Update
Stereoscopic Terror: Christopher Schneberger at the 3-D Center of Art and Photography
Synthespian Studios Produces New 3-D Film for Radio City Christmas Spectacular
T3D 2-D to 3-D Conversion Software
TDVision Systems shows 3-D HD System at Las Vegas CES
Tennessee Aquarium Presents 3-D Film About Dinosaurs
Terminator Lenticular Cover Edition DVD
Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas Returns to Theatres in 3-D starting Oct. 19
Tim Burton to make 3-D versions of Alice in Wonderland and Frankenweenie
Tim Burton's Vincent Goes 3-D
U2 3D Preview at Cannes
University of Oregon's The Cultural Forum showing free 3-D Movies through March 2007
USGS 3-D National Park Photos Available Online
View-Master® 1940 Advertising Display Reproductions
View-Master® Advertising Collectibles
View-Master® Reels and Packets Vol. 3 - Showtime and Education set for release in 2009
View-Master® Store Display Ceiling Light Sign from Belgium (1960)
View-Master® Super Sounds Projector with Remote Control
View-Master® Releases New Reel Titles
Who Will Create the 3-D TV Home Standard?
World of Coca-Cola's Secret Formula 4-D Movie
World's Largest 3-D Lenticular Mural certified by Guinness Book of World Records

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2006 Articles

1950's View-Master® Vendor 12-Panel Display Sells on eBay
2007 Stereoscopic Displays and Applications Conference Update
21st Century 3-D's 3DVX3 Digital Stereoscopic Motion Picture Camera
3-D Auction Results J F M A M J J A S O N D
3-D Baseball Cards
3-D Center of Art and Photography to present Jim Gasperini's StereoJet prints and Simon Bell's Los Caros Viejos: Classic American Cars in Cuba in 3-D starting April 6
3-D ETC - The 3-D Experiential Training Company
3-D Center of Art and Photography to present Liquid Magic and 3-D Art from New York City starting August 17
3-D Center of Art and Photography to present Otto Bathurst's High Days and Holidays in 3-D starting Jan. 5
3-D Images of 911 created from CNN Videos
3-D Images of The Face on Mars
3-D Monsters Magazine Online (1964)
3-D movies are a Monster hit
3-D Movies: New Approach to an Old Idea
3-D Photos with Santa
3rd Rock from the Sun 3-D DVD
3-D Theatre at the Regional Science Centre and Planetarium in Kozhikode, India by May, 2006
The 3-D TV Network
5th International 3-D Movie-Video Competition Entries Sought by Stereo Club of Southern California
The Art and Making of Monster House Book
Attack of the Monster House 3-D Book
Australia's The Geelong Advertiser is going 3-D daily starting April 1
The Balkans gets its first 3-D cinema
Brendan Fraser will star in Journey 3-D
Charles "Chuck" Harrision - Dimensional Designer
Chief Joseph / Crazy Horse 3-D book
Chronicles of Narnia 3-D photos in The Weekend Magazine
Cinemark Theatres to add Real D 3-D Cinema Systems
Classic 1954 3-D horror flick The Creature From the Black Lagoon shows in Augusta, Kansas
Close Encounters of a 3-D Kind
Companies Extend Collaboration to Enhance 3-D Entertainment Experience With Flexibility and Low-Cost Benefits of Xilinx® 90mm Programmable Platforms
Coraline to be first stop-motion animated 3-D film
Creature from the Black Lagoon Aquarium Figure (1971)
Creature from the Black Lagoon Classic Toys Trading Card (1993)
Creature from the Black Lagoon Hardback Book by Vargo Statten (1954)
Creature from the Black Lagoon Mechanix Illustrated (1954)
Creature from the Black Lagoon PEZ Dispenser
Creature from the Black Lagoon SOAKY
Creature from the Black Lagoon Squirt Figure
More Creature Collectibles
Danny Elfman scores Deep Sea 3-D with Deborah Lurie
Dark Shadows View-Master® Reels (1969)
Dave Stevens' Sheena 3-D Special #1 Original Art is for sale
David Burkhart's Earthquake Days: The 1906 San Fransisco Earthquake and Fire in 3-D "Coffee Table" Book
DDD Group awarded two patents for Dynamic Depth Cueing technology
Disney's Haunted Mansion 30th Anniversary Ghost Ship 3-D Lenticular Print (1999)
Disney's Haunted Mansion Holiday Nightmare 3-D Lenticular Print
Displays with Depth
Dolby Digital and Infitec to develop a third 3-D Digital Motion Picture System
Eden Reborn 3-D DVD
Fantasy Sci-Fi 3-D TV serial to air in India
Fisher-Price's View-Master® Virtual Viewer Earns Gold Idea Award
Hans Snooks Joins DDD Group PLC Board of Directors
HP Indigo Lenticular 3-D Application now available in Europe, the Middle East and Africa
HumanEyes 3-D to Unveil PrintPro 2.0 at SGIA
IBM 3-D TV for under $1,000
Imageworks 3-D for stereoscopic production established by Sony Pictures' Imageworks
In-Three Inc. Granted Three Additional Patents
Is Marilyn Monroe's First Nude a Stereo Pair?
It's a Big, Big World View-Master® offer from Sony
It Came From Outer Space in 3-D shows in San Fransisco
James Cameron to produce 3-D Adventure Movie for Rogue Pictures
James Cameron's Message At NAB: Push 3-D Into Theaters
Japanese Researcher Shows Off Real 3-D Images in the Air
Jefferson Stereoptics View-Master® Auctions March 28 and 30, 2006
Jefferson Stereoptics View-Master® Auctions Dec. 5 and 7, 2006
Johnny Depp and Kate Winslet to narrate Deep Sea 3-D
Jolie in 3-D
Keep both eyes out for 3-D horror film Scar to star Angela Bettis
Kodak and Real D to Deliver Digital 3-D Cinema in Australia
Komamura Horseman 3-D Stereo Camera is now available
Komamura Horseman 3-D Camera is to be Released this Summer
Life Time Fitness View-Master® Reel
Live 3-D Sports in Movie Theatres by 2007
Margulies & Associates Wins Award with Giant View-Master® Made of Cans
Marilyn Monroe 3-D Filmstrip sells for $5,500
Modern Postcard's 3-D Mailer Goes Back to the Future
Monster House 3-D Lenticular Movie Poster
NASA to bring the Sun into the Third Dimension
National Graphics wins patent for 3-D printing
National Stereoscopic Association National Convention is July 11 - 17 in Miami
NeoChroma Envisions a Digital Stereoscopic Viewer for Photography and Mobile Markets
New Star Wars Lenticular Posters from Mello Smello
New Survey Finds 39 Million Adults Would Go To The Movies More Often For Feature-Length 3-D Films
The Nightmare Before Christmas in 3-D Poster
Ocean Tomo Offers CircleScan 3-D Patent at Auction
Phantograms: a 3-D Photography Exhibit to open Aug. 5 at The Front Porch Gallery in Carlsbad, California
Philips 3-D intelligent display solution, based on WOWvx technology, enables exciting 3-D viewing experiences for high-impact out-of-home advertising
Philips 3-D Solutions introduce 42-inch 3-D WOW display with enhanced depth performance
Philips 3-D TV that works
Philips: 3-D TV to appear in 2008
Prince's Trust 30th Birthday becomes first ever live 3-D TV Broadcast
Prototype 3-D Mobile Handset developed by DDD, Texas Instruments and Ocuity
Rare 3-D Camera used to film Scar
ReelTOOL software recommended for scanning and converting View-Master® Personal® images
Regis and Kelly Go 3-D for Oct. 31 Halloween Show
Ripley's Believe It or Not Books feature Lenticular 3-D Covers
Rolling Stone #1,000 features 3-D Cover Art
Sensio and Universal to release classic 3-D titles on DVD
Shanahan Gallery Presents The Third Dimension
Solid Eye Displays 3-D for the PSP (PlayStation Portable)
Star Trek 3-D posters produced by Mello Smello
Star Wars: New 12"x18" 3-D Lenticular Posters
Star Wars: Padme Amidala 3-D Animation Lenticular Poster
Star Wars Television in 3-D
Super 3DStation Allows True, Polarized Stereo Viewing on your Computer
Superman Returns in Empire Magazine 3-D Issue
Superman Returns 7-11 Lenticular Cup
Superman Returns to fly in 3-D at IMAX™ Theatres
Superman Returns View-Master® 3-reel set to be released March 23
Superman Returns Wal-Mart Lenticular Gift Card
Superman's 3-D Adventures
The Stereoscopic Society - 2006 Events
Three Doors to 3-D
Total Film magazine features Superman Returns Lenticular Cover
U2 Making 3-D Concert Film
Umami Cafe uses View-Master® reels for Kids Men
Universal Monsters Illustrated Creature from the Black Lagoon Trading Cards (1994)
Universal Monsters of the Silver Screen Trading Cards
View-Master® in Fine Art Display
View-Master® Releases New Reel Titles
Wisconsin firm produces 3-D cover for Rolling Stone's 1,000th Issue
World 3-D Film Expo II is Sept. 8 - 17, 2006, in Hollywood
World 3-D Film Expo II is Sept. 8 through 17 in Hollywood
The World's Largest 3-D Theatre

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2005 Articles

18th Annual Stereoscopic Displays and Applications Conference is scheduled for Jan. 15 - 19, 2006 in San Jose
1950s Coin-Op Bettie Page 3-D Peepshow Viewer
2001: A Space Odyssey Lenticular Posters to Sell at Auction
2006 Stereoscopic Displays and Applications (SD&A) Conference Advance Program Now Available
3-D and Naughty Book is published by SHH! Productions
3-D Auction Results J A S O N D
3-D Center of Art and Photography Shows Dimensions in Politics and More 3-D Sea Adventures in May and June
3-D Center of Art and Photography takes you to Lenticular Heaven on July 1
3-D Center of Art and Photography presents Quiet Depths and Art in Depth Sept. 29 through Nov. 6
3-D Center of Art and Photography presents exhibition of 3-D advertising and Further 3-D Sea Adventures Part 2
3-D Center of Art and Photography to present Mike Wilder's The Carnivorous Syndrome in 3-D, starting Dec. 1: An exhibition of 3-D Time Lapse Video
3-D Cinema: Viewing the Future
3-D Digital Cinema Gains Momentum with First-Ever Showing at Large Format Conference in Los Angeles
3-D Film Festival at The Paramount Cinema in New Zealand starts Dec. 4
3-D Filmmakers: Conversations with Creators of Stereoscopic Motion Pictures - A new book by Ray Zone
3-D Films Hit the Screen at Britain's National Film Theatre Dec. 7 through 18
3-D Glasses Coming Back?
3-D Medium on the Small Screen is a Large Disappointment
3-D Review Online Magazine Celebrates its 3rD Year
3-D Screen Tracks Movement Using Light Beam and No Glasses
3-D Stereoscopic Weekend coming to Cleveland, Ohio April 30 and May 1, 2005
3-D TV by 2010
3DVX Stereoscopic Video Camera
Adventures in 3 Dimensions at the Science Museum of Virginia
Adventures in Animation 3-D playing at large format theatres
The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl in 3-D McDonald's Happy Meals Toys
The Ant Bully is 3rd IMAX 3-D Adventure
Aspiring Filmmaker turns room into 3-D Museum
Association of Moving Image Archivists forms 3-D Moving Image Group
Avon Books Using 3-D Images for Limited Edition Covers
Award Winning Monster Mania Convention Program features the Creature from the Black Lagoon
Announcing the first ever NSA Digital Group Slide Show
ASU’s Decision Theater ushers in new age of public policy
Barbie and the Magic of Pegasus 3-D DVD
Batman Begins Lenticular Postercard
Big3D.com Worldwide Wins Lenticular Industry Award for Spy Kids 3-D Poster
Bill Douglas Centre for the History of Cinema and Pop Culture
Brazil Stock Market Tourism: BOVESPA through 3-D Glasses
Cascade Stereoscopic Club of Portland, Oregon
Chicken Little in Disney Digital 3-D™
College Lessons Go 3-D
The Color of Gold in 3-D DVD
Comic book colorist claims to have invented View-Master®
Creature from the Black Lagoon Magazine Covers
Creature from the Black Lagoon 3-D sculpture
Creature from the Black Lagoon Trading Cards Part 2
Creature from the Black Lagoon to be shown in 3-D at the historic Missouri Theatre in Columbia, MO on April 8, 2005
The Daily Mail in England offers 3-D posters in Weekend Magazine Promotion
DDD Awarded Key Korean Patent Covering 2-D to 3-D Conversion
DDD Launches 3-D TV Set Top Conversion Box
Disney, Dolby and Digital Cinema - The Plan to Install 100 3-D Digital Systems in Theatres this Fall
Duran Duran releases 3-D Live DVD
EC Comics Three Dimensional EC Classics #1 Brings Large Price at Auction
eDimensional rubbishes Nintendo 3-D rumors
The Famous Monster Movie Art of Basil Gogos to be published in Collector's Book
The First 3-D Television Serial in India
Florida Times-Union Prints Super Bowl 3-D Newspaper
Fly Me To The Moon, the First Computer Generated Feature Film in Real 3-D begins production
Free NVIDIA 3-D Stereo Drivers Allow Anaglyphic Stereo Conversion of Almost Any Video Game
Friday the 13th Part 3 in 3-D DVD
Fruit by the Foot 3-D X-treme
Georgia 3-DFest to be held Feb. 12, 2005
Glasses Free Live 3-D Television breakthrough introduced at IFA in Berlin
Happy Feet in IMAX® 3-D
Harold Lloyd Comedy Collection DVD includes 3-D photos and glasses
Harold Lloyd Comedy Collection on DVD is Must See 3-D™
Harold Lloyd Comedy Collection on DVD Variety Advertising Supplement in 3-D
Hershey's Really Big 3-D Show
Holland Experience 3-D Movie Theatre
House of Wax Trading Cards Part 2
I Love the 80's: 3-D to air on VH1 in October
IMAX 3-D Screen Opens July 14 at Pittsburgh Mills Mall
IMAX files new motion against In-Three in Patent Infringement Case
IMAX NASCAR 3-D The Soundtrack
IMAX technology converts 2-D 35mm films to 3-D
In-Three Inc. announces the debut of its unique Dimensionalization® Process that Converts Any Flat 2-D Live Action or CGI Feature Motion Pictures into Fully Realistic 3-D Motion Pictures
In-Three / IMAX Trial Date Pushed Back
In-Three Inc. Defeats IMAX’s Efforts to Enjoin It From Converting Motion Pictures into 3-D
In-Three Inc. Files for Reexamination of Geshwind Patent
In-Three / IMAX Trial Date Pushed Back
In-Three Inc. Launches Expanded Web Site
In-Three participates in Director's Guild of America Digital Day
In-Three Inc. receives a positive court order as IMAX fails to secure an early trial date in patent dispute
In-Three Inc. Seeks a Preliminary Injunction to Prevent IMAX From Willfully Infringing Its Dimensionalization® Patent Rights
India's 3-D Soap Serial Should Debut Before Christmas
James Cameron's Aliens of the Deep in IMAX 3-D Opens Jan. 28, 2005
Jaws 3-D Original Movie Poster Art sells at auction for over $1,300
Jefferson Stereoptics View-Master® Auctions Feb. 8 and 10, 2005
Jefferson Stereoptics View-Master® Auctions Nay 31 and June 2, 2005
Jefferson Stereoptics View-Master® Auctions Aug. 30 and Sept. 1, 2005
Journey to the Center of the Earth in 3-D
King Kong may roar in 3-D
Kodak Stereo 3-D Display
Landmark View-Master® water tower to be torn down
Laporte County Indiana Herald Argus Prints 3-D Newspaper
Lilo and Stitch Pleakley View-Master® Pin
M&M's Candies Star Wars III Round Lenticular Collector's Tin
MacGyver 2nd Season DVD to feature 3-D cover art
Magnificent Desolation: Walking on the Moon 3-D opens Sept. 23
Making Tele-Contact: 3-D Film and The Creature from the Black Lagoon
Mary Lewis, fomer View-Master® sculptor continues to create artwork
Monster House is the second major 3-D film to use REAL D Technology
Monster Magic Action Trading Cards
Montreal company credited with technology for NBC-TV's Medium 3-D episode
NASA's STEREO Spacecraft to Scan Sun in 3-D
NASA Web Software Zooms to Moon Images in 3-D
NASCAR 3-D Surpasses $20 Million in IMAX
National Geographic Kids Prints 3-D Issue in September in USA and October in South Africa
National Stereoscopic Association 2005 Convention is July 13 through 18 in Irving, Texas
NBC and TV Guide go 3-D with Acclaimed Drama Series Medium
News of the World Fantastic Four 3-D poster
Night of the Living Dead 3-D could be in Theatres January 2006
Opticality Unveils Gigantic 3-D Display in Japan
Overcoming the Stigma of 3-D: James Cameron's Aliens of the Deep
Patent Office Grants In-Three Request for Reexamination of 3-D Conversion Patent Licensed to IMAX
Perficere and Provence at The 3-D Center for Art and Photography April 1 through May 15, 2005
Photo3-D 303 Kit Adds Macintosh Software
Photo 3-D Kit for Macintosh
Planar 3-D Monitor uses Polararized Glasses
The Polar Express: An IMAX Experience Steams Past $40 Million
Polar Express 3-D Director Robert Zemeckis Recognized with Visual Effects Society Lifetime Achievement Award
The Polar Express in 3-D DVD
The Polar Express in IMAX 3-D to return to 62 Screens on Nov. 23
Ray Zone's 3-D Slide Show is in its 10th year at Los Angeles Public Libraries
Real 3-Deal for Mann Theatres
Real D Deal Deploys Digital 3-D Cinema to top theatre circuits in U.S., Canada and Mexico
Robots Lenticular Postercard
Rod Serling to Introduce 3-D Episode of NBC-TVs Medium
Rolling Stone No. 1,000 May Issue to feature first ever 3-D cover
Russia's Lovely Lenticular Nudes
Sawyer's View-Master® Decimal Conversion Chart
Sawyer's View-Master® Five Year Employee Service Lens and Shutter Pin
See the Discovery Science Center in Santa Ana, California in 3-D
Sharks Get Make-Over in United Nations Backed 3-D Film
Sharp 3-D Notebook Awarded NASA Tech Briefs Product of the Year Award; DDD TriDef® Software Solutions Power 'Gold Winner'
Shrek 3-D Screen Grabs
Spongebob Squarepants 3-D Ocean Motion Ride
Star Trek: The Experience Borg Invasion 4-D Monorail Train
Star Trek: Borg Invasion 4-D Souvenirs
Star Wars films to be re-mastered in 3-D
Star Wars III Australian Lenticular Pins
Star Wars III: Revenge of the Sith Lenticular Postercard
Star Wars III-D Items Hit Stores
More Star Wars III-D Items
More Star Wars III-D Collectibles
3-D Images of Star Wars Miniatures
Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith Vividvision 3-D Poster Cards
Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith Trivia Quest Features Four Different Lenticular Covers
Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith Topps Lenticular Trading Cards
Stereo Space Combat 3-D Arcade Game Free Download
Stereo World magazine back issues
StereoVision Entertaiment Announces Agreement to Produce Hawaiian Tropic 3-D Film
StereoVision Announces Plan to Launch 200 SVX TRU 3-D Theatres
Stereoscopic Photography Lecture with John Waldsmith at The Johnson-Shaw Stereoscopic Museum on Oct. 22
Steven Spielberg's Secret Project Could Take 3-D Inside the Movie
Surfari in IMAX® 3-D
The Adventures of Shark Boy and Lava Girl
The Adventures of Shark Boy and Lava Girl in 3-D
The Adventures of Shark Boy and Lava Girl in 3-D DVD
The Tom Corbett Space Cadet® View-Master® Conspiracy Theory
Three-Dimensional Thinking - As the digital-cinema era looms, so perhaps does a new era of 3-D
Threshold of the Future: 3-D Cinema Comes of Age by Ray Zone
Tom Wilson's Pop Fun Art
Toshiba Acheives Breakthrough Flatbed Display in 3-D
Transitions: A 3DD (3-D Digital) Cinema Update
True 3-D Research at The University of Washington
TV Guide Features Five Collectible Star Wars 3-D Lenticular Covers
The Undead 3-D begins filming in L.A.
View-Master® The Backyardigans Boxset
View-Master® Batman 3-reel set
View-Master® Batman Boxset
View-Master® Batman Begins 3-reel pack
View-Master® Chicken Little 3-reel set
View-Master® Donald Duck, Huckleberry Hound and Yogi Bear Cardboard Standees
View-Master® Employee Cuff Links
View-Master® Extreme Sports 3-reel set
View-Master® Inducted into The National Toy Hall of Fame®
View-Master® Is Used to Bring Businesses to Polk County Florida
View-Master® Justice League 3-reel set
View-Master® Justice League Model "O" Viewer set
View-Master® Krypto the Superdog 3-reel set
View-Master® Manitou Cliff Dwellings 3-reel set
View-Master® Miss Spider's Sunny Patch Friends 3-reel set
View-Master® Model E Double Reel Pin
View-Master® Mucha Lucha 3-reel set
View-Master® part of Sight Seeing Exhibit in Chicago
View-Master® Pooh's Heffalump Movie 3-reel set
View-Master® President Eisenhower Cardboard Standee
View-Master® Rankin-Bass' Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer Island of Misfit Toys 3-reel set
View-Master® Releases New Reel Titles
View-Master® Releases New Reel Titles
View-Master® Robots 3-reel set
View-Master® Robots IMAX Model "O" Viewer set
View-Master® Scooby Doo Super Sound Talking Reels Set
View-Master® Sleeping Beauty Sign (1959)
View-Master® Super Sound FX Viewers and Reels
View-Master® Teen Titans 3-reel set
View-Master® The Wiggles 3-reel set
View-Master® WINX 3-reel set
View-Master® Tom Corbett Cardboard Standee
View-Master® Water Tower Falls
Vladmasters and the Apt Ensemble to perform Aug. 27 at the Artists Television Access in San Fransisco
Will 3-D Save the Day for Hollywood
Will the next Mario be Stereo...scopic?
World Cup Soccer in lifesize, holgraphic 3-D by 2018
World Enteractive Interview: Rick McCallum, Producer of Star Wars, talks about 3-D Digital Cinema
The World of 3-D Movies Free Online book
World of 3-D Movies book to be added to free Stereoscopic Displays and Applications Virtual Library
X6D - The New 6-Dimensional Cinema Xperience

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2004 Articles

2004 National Stereoscopic Association Exposition Update
3 Days of 3-D Film Festival to unspool Feb. 27 - 29, 2004, in New York
3-D Center of Art and Photography
3-D Review Online Magazine Receives Monster Kid Cool Site Award
3-D Review Online Magazine Wins Godzilla Planet Award
3-D Thursdays at The Film Forum in New York March 4 through April 8, 2004
3-D Visions: Stereography by Robert Bloomberg on Display Nov. 7, 2004
65th Anniversary View-Master® set Introduced at 2004 Toy Fair
Aabra Ka Daabra - India's First 3-D Plus Film
Anachrome 3-D Glasses
Anachrome 3-D to Photograph and Film 2004 Olympics in 3-D
Anachrome's Cinema 3D/6 Concept for Theatrical 3-D Projection
Anaglyph Maker ver.1.08
Bally® Creature from the Black Lagoon 3-D Pinball Machine (1992)
Batman vs. Catwoman: Catfight Show and 3-D Ride at Six Flags, New Jersey
Bringing the Martian Landscape to the Silver Screen
Consumer Electronics Show 2004 features 3-D seminars
Creature from the Black Lagoon 3-D TV Glasses
Creature from the Black Lagoon: The Legacy Collection DVD
Creature from the Black Lagoon Trading Cards
Curve Doubles Viewing Angle of 3-D Displays
DDD Group plc Awarded Key European Patent Covering 3-D Transmission
Disney's 3-D Movies
Eastman Kodak Announces Plans to Introduce a new 3-D Display without needing to wear Special Glasses
Etudes in Red and Cyan at the 3-D Center of Art and Photography in Portland, Oregon
Excerpts from the movie SPY KIDS 3-D: Game Over presented in Sensio™ 3-D format at Consumer Electronics Show 2004
Experiencing Star Trek Borg Invasion 4D
Famous Monsters of Filmland #64 (1970)
Famous Monsters of Filmland #120 (1975)
Final Destination 3-D
Freddy's Dead 3-D Glasses (1991)
Friday the 13th Part 3 in 3-D 45 rpm single (1982)
Friday the 13th Part 3 in 3-D One-sheet Movie Poster 3-D Version (1982)
Friday the 13th 3-D Soundtrack Album (1982)
Ft. Worth Star-Telegram in 3-D
Godzilla in IMAX 3-D
Hal Lifson's 1966!
Hal Lifson's 1966! Music CD
Harold Lloyd's Hollywood Nudes in 3-D - First Look
Harold Lloyd's Hollywood Nudes in 3-D
Harrison Ford Set to Star in 3-D Sci-Fi Movie Godspeed
House of Wax Trading Cards
Hulk 2004 Annual with Lenticular 3-D Cover
IMAX Bugs! in 3-D: A Rainforest Adventure to be Released on Sensio 3-D DVD
The Incredibles View-Master® Projector/Telescope
The Incredibles View-Master® Reels
Is This Tomorrow Presents 3-D Comic on July 12, 2004
Jefferson Stereoptics View-Master® Auctions March 9 and 11, 2004
Jefferson Stereoptics View-Master® Auctions Sept. 13 and 14, 2004
Jerry Goldsmith 1929 -2004
Kid Stuff: Great Toys from Our Childhood Features View-Master® in Museum Display
Lord of the Rings - The Fellowship of the Ring, The Two Towers and The Return of the King Action Flipz Lenticular 3-D Cards
Lord of the Rings - The Two Towers 5x7 Promotional Lenticular 3-D Card
Lord of the Rings - The Two Towers Fell Free Magazine 3-D Cover
Loreo MKII 3-D Camera and Viewer Photokit
Loreo 3-D Lens in a Cap
Lou Gehrig Stereoview at Auction Dec. 10 and 11
Mars 3-D Movies for Museums
Mars Attacked: 3-D Photos of Mars
Marvel ComX3D features classic Spider-Man, The Hulk and X-Men comics in 3-D
Missouri State Parks and Historic Sites in 3-D
Monster Kid #5 3-Dmentia
Monster World #4 (1965)
Nanosaur II: Hatchling Video Game Hatches in Two 3-D Formats - Anaglyphic and LCD Shutter Glasses
National Stereoscopic Association Eastern Midwest Regional Meeting to be held in Akron, Ohio, May 1 and 2, 2004
National Stereoscopic Association National Convention to be held July 7 - 12, 2004 in Portland, Oregon
Ocean Wonderland in 3-D
Old Photo Process Gives Clarity to Past
PhotoED Magazine Winter 2003 3-D Issue
Playtone and IMAX® 3-D Space Film Lifts Off Into Production
Polar Express Digital Press Kit
The Polar Express in IMAX 3-D
Polar Express Opens Big in IMAX 3-D
Reel 3-D Enterprises Closes 3-D Supply Retail Business
Sensio 3-D Processor Brings Magic of 3-D Movies to Home Theatres
Sharp Corporation Introduces 3-D LCD Monitor
Spider-Man 3-D Ride
Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over DVD
Star Trek Borg Invasion 4-D Opens March 18, 2004, at The Las Vegas Hilton
Star Trek: The Experience® Borg Invasion 4-D™
Starlight Express will shine in 3-D
Starlight Express 3-D Opens in UK
Stereoscopic Displays and Applications Conference to be held Jan. 17 - 19, 2005, in San Jose, California
View-Master® 3-D Pictures Used at Point-of-Purchase (1953)
View-Master® Atomic Tests in 3-D Three Reel Set
View-Master® Evergreen Aviation Museum Three Reel Set
View-Master® General Motors Overdrive 2003 Models Reel
View-Master® Kennedy Reel #1305 sells at auction for nearly $500
View-Master® Plant in Beaverton Oregon could be Torn Down for Redevelopment
View-Master® Reels and Packets Vol. 1 World Travel
View-Master® Reels and Packets Vol. 2 U.S.A. and Canada
View-Master® Star Trek 1970s Advertisement
View*Productions Fallingwater Revised Exterior View-Master® Reel
View* Productions Introduces New View-Master® Viewer Packaging
View*Productions Sampler View-Master® Reel
Waldsmith 3-D Auction to be held May 1, 2004
Waldsmith 3-D Auction to be held Nov. 6, 2004
Wonderfalls DVD features View-Master® Themed Artwork
Wonderfalls TV Series Features View-Master®-Like Scene Transitions
World 3-D Film Expo 3-D Photos
World 3-D Film Expo Nominated for a Rondo Award as Best Fan Event
World 3-D Film Expo wins Rondo Award for Best Fan Event
XILINX chips help bring 3-D to home theaters in Sensio’s award winning 3-D wireless system

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2003 Articles

3-D Mania - Encounter in the Third Dimension Presskit
3-D Monsters #1 (1964)
3-Dimension Entertainment World (1953)
Abbott and Costello meet The Creature from the Black Lagoon
Alien Worlds 3-D Comic Book and Poster (1984)
Anaglyph Maker 3-D ver. 1.07
Branson, Missouri View-Master® Three-Reel Set
Crazy Horse Memorial View-Master®Three-Reel Set
Creature from the Black Lagoon Soundtrack CD
Daredevil Magic in Motion Cards
Disney Store The Little Mermaid Lenticular Card
Elvis Presley's Graceland at Christmas View-Master® Three-Reel Set
Erotek Dimensions 3-D DVD
Foundations of the Stereoscopic Cinema
Galidor Lenticular Card
Ghost Ship DVD with Lenticular Cover
Ginger Stanley - The Creature from the Black Lagoon's Underwater Mate
Godzilla 3-D The Unused Script (1983)
Historic Charleston: Stereographs from the Civil War Era View-Master® Reel
The Hulk Magic in Motion Cards
I SPY™ View-Master® Three-Reel Set
IMAX Planning 3-D Sequels to Into the Deep and Space Station
IMAX Shrek 3-D
Ingersoll Stereocard Uncut Sheets
Jefferson Stereoptics View-Master® and Stereoview Auctions October 2003
Kellogg's Canadian Star Wars 3-D Cards (1997)
Keystone Stereoview Guidebook World War Through the Stereoscope (1927) on CD
Kidaida 3-D Movie (1973)
Kodak Dynamic Imaging Prototype Lenticular Card
Le Secret Des Yeux
The Lenticular List
Lewis & Clark View-Master® Reels
Loreo Lite 3-D Viewer
The "Lost" View-Master® Creature from the Black Lagoon Movie Preview Reel
Major League Baseball 2003 All-Star Game 3-D Souvenir Program
Marilyn Monroe 3-D Book
Marvel ComX3D
Matrix Reloaded Lenticular Products
Missouri State Fair View-Master® Reels
Monster Kid 3-D Monster Spree
Monster Kid Depth Ray from the Third Dimension
Monster Planet of Godzilla 3-D Ride Simulator
NASCAR 3-D: The IMAX Experience
New York City Times Square 2000 View-Master® Reels
On Location with View-Master and Tru-Vue - Behind the Scenes in the 1950s on DVD and VHS
Pepsi Play for One Billion Dollars Lenticular Display
Photo3-D 303 Kit
PicMaster ver. 3.8
Pro-Shades for the Stereo Realist
SOS Planet Presskit
Spiderman Lenticular and 3-D Cards from Italy and Mexico
Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over
Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over 5 in 1 Watch
Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over Arnold's Over the Top Sunglasses
Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over Backpack
Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over Books
Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over CD Cardz
Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over FM Watch
Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over Got Milk Poster
Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over Game for Game Boy Advance Platform
Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over Kraft Snack Booklet
Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over Lenticular 3-D Movie Poster
Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over Limited Edition Framed Film Cel
Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over McDonald's 3-D Happy Meals
Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over Movie Soundtrack
Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over Promotional 3-D Anaglyphic Glasses
Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over Radio Sweepstakes
Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over SpyPak from Homewood Suites by Hilton
Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over Sunglasses
Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over Tony's Pizza Anaglyphic 3-D Trading Cards
Star Wars Episode One Motion Cards Uncut Sheet
St. Louis World's Fair Through the Stereoscope on CD
StereoPhoto Maker ver. 2.05
Stereo World Magazine
Stereo Views, An Illustrated History and Price Guide 2nd Edition by John Waldsmith
Sunecho.com View-Master® Reel
Three Dimensional Photography - Principles of Stereoscopy
Third Dimensional Murder (1941)
View-Master® Santa Claus Cardboard Standee
View-Master® Viewer featured in Mary J. Blige Music Video
Women of Star Trek in Motion Album
World 3-D Film Expo Announces Film Lineup
World 3-D Film Expo DVD
World 3-D Film Expo Festival
World 3-D Film Expo Limited Edition Poster
World 3-D Film Expo Souvenir Book
World 3-D Film Expo Update
X-Men 2, X-Men United 3-D Poster

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Auction Results


Five Minneapolis opening of the N.P.R.R. stereoviews

Five D.W. Webb Northern Pacific Railroad stereoviews sold for $495 with one bid. Text on the card reads, Celebration At Minneapolis of the Opening of the N.P.R.R. Sept 3d, 1883 - By Not Less Than 100,000 People, Among the Distinguished Being President Arthur, Gen. U.S. Grant, Gen. Sheridan and Others.

The images features views of the city with banners and decorations for the celebration. Two views show bridges with model type trains. One view shows the Anthony Kelly & Co. Grocers building, with a crowd in front and a wagon. Another shows a building with large banners and decorations and many people about. Four of the cards have a writeup on back about the event.

Penn Railroad stereoview.

A stereoview by an unknown maker titled Bridge on Penn RR sold for $303 with seven bids. The images shows a 4-4-0 diamond-stacked locomotive pulling a boxcar stopped on a stone bridge, c. 1870s. The locomotive is a type used during the Civil War. The engineer is in the cab window and has just pulled the whistle cord. One man stands on the front of the tender and a third man stands on the boxcar roof. The boxcar is marked "No. 461 Grain & Merchandise." Real photos on a yellow mount.

California Central Pacific Railroad stereoview.

A Central Pacific Railroad locomotive stereoview sold for $865 with 23 bids. The rare and wonderful stereoview is a stereo pair taken by famed western photographer Alfred A. Hart of a Central Pacific Railroad locomotive at J Street in Sacramento, California. First generation photographs with great contrast on the mount of Alfred A. Hart of Sacramento, circa 1870. Size 3 1/4" x 6 3/4", flat yellow mount in very good condition. Alfred A. Hart (1816-1908) was the official photographer of the Central Pacific Railroad, the western section of the transcontinental railroad. He later sold his negatives to Carleton Watkins, another famous California photographer.

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We need the Dogpatch U.S.A. reel #1. Contact us if you have this reel for sale. Needed to complete a set as we already have reels #2 and #3. Original Dogpatch U.S.A. Packet also wanted.
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