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3-D Short Films (Theatrical): 1893 - Present

IMPORTANT NOTE: The following films are less than 50 minutes in duration, and have all been made available to the public in a variety of commercial venues. Many have enjoyed general exhibition alongside their feature-length counterparts, while others have been subject to limited distribution in theme parks and Large Format theaters. Some were even released directly to home video (this category is restricted to movies featuring a scripted dramatic narrative). As with the main list, I've excluded museum exhibits, commercials, single episodes of long-running TV shows, industrial videos, computer games and experimental films (including those screened in specially-designed projection venues at numerous Expo's and trade fairs), unless there seemed a compelling reason for including them. I've also excluded amateur films, except for those with a scripted (dramatic) narrative which have received some kind of commercial distribution, either theatrically or on home video.

Each entry includes title(s), country of origin, copyright year and the name of the 3-D process employed. As with the main filmography, each entry indicates which gauge was employed during principal photography to capture the separate left-right images, and this appears directly after the 'colour (col)', 'black and white (bw)' and/or 'scope' notation. Abbreviations as follows:

16mm = Separate left-right images captured on 16mm film.
1070 = Separate left-right images captured on 10-perf 65mm film (70mm release prints).
1570 = Separate left-right images captured on 15-perf 65mm film (70mm release prints).
35mm = Separate left-right images captured on 35mm film.
3070 = Separate left-right images captured on 30-perf 65mm film (70mm release prints)
65mm = Separate left-right images captured on 5-perf 65mm film (70mm release prints)
70mm = Separate left-right images captured on 5-perf 70mm film.
870 = Separate left-right images captured on 8-perf 65mm film (70mm release prints).
CGI = Applies to computer-animated films whereby the separate left-right images are generated within the digital domain.
digital still photography = Puppet animation photographed by a motion-controlled digital camera which captures every frame twice, at slightly different angles to one another. This results in separate left-right elements which are later configured into a three-dimensional release print.
HD = Separate left-right images captured on HD video.
Super-8 = Separate left-right images captured on Super-8 film.
video = Separate left-right images captured on standard-definition video.

Quasi-dimensional 3-D formats (anaglyph, Pulfrich, etc.) are noted within the body of each entry.

Readers are advised that films shot in a specific format - such as dual-35mm - may have been released in a different 3-D format altogether. For example, nearly all 21st century 3-D films are released in a variety of digital formats (Real-D, Dolby 3-D, etc.), though they may have been shot using twin HD cameras, or created via computer animation. Most 3-D films before 1950 were shot in dual-35mm but released theatrically in single-strip anaglyph format, and in many cases, the original dual-35mm elements may no longer exist.

NB. Where two production dates are given (ie. '1991 / 2010'), this indicates that the film was originally released in 2-D format before being reissued in 'dimensionalized' 3-D. The earlier date reflects the original 2-D version, while the latter date indicates the 3-D re-release.

Be advised: The following list itemizes every known short film exhibited in a commercial venue, but does NOT cover the wide spectrum of 3-D short films in existence. Hundreds of 3-D shorts have been produced for special venue exhibition all over the world, many of them confined to a tiny number of commercial outlets (in some cases, a single theme park!). Dozens of documentaries have been produced for home video, many of them in quasi-dimensional Pulfrich '3-D', and the Japanese have produced a number of non-narrative Adult films for home video which were shot and released in field sequential format. These ultra-obscure items fall outside the scope of this filmography, which exists to catalogue every feature-length 3-D film and to provide an overview of those short films which have enjoyed widespread exhibition and popularity since the invention of moving images. It needs someone with greater resources than mine to provide a truly definitive history of stereoscopic cinema.


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* = Entry incomplete.
870 = 8-perf 65mm film (70mm release print).
1070 = 10-perf 65mm film (70mm release print).
1570 = 15-perf 65mm film (70mm release print).
3070 = 30-perf 65mm film (70mm release print).
bw = Black and white.
col = Colour.
fps = Frames per second.
FS = Field sequential.
(LF) = Large Format (Movies shot and/or released on 8-perf film or larger, including Showscan).
scope = Films with an aspect ratio of 2.35:1 (pre-1971) or 2.39:1 (1971 onwards). Other ratios between 2.00:1 and 2.76:1 are noted within individual entries.
(SV) = Special Venue (theme park films, etc.).
(V) = Films produced for - and released directly to - home video.



NEW ENTRIES (July 2012):

JILLIAN'S TRAVELS: AFRICA (USA - 2011)
MAYAMANIKYAN (India - 2011)
SCRAT'S CONTINENTAL CRACK-UP PART 2 (USA - 2011)
SPACE JUNK (USA - 2012)
TANGLED EVER AFTER (USA - 2012)

UPDATES (July 2012):

A BANDY-LEGGED FRIEND: Long considered a short film, this has been properly identified as a feature film and, as such, has now been dropped from the shorts list and ported over to the main filmography.
COLOURED HOMESPUN: This 'ultra-obscure' film has now been identified once and for all! Embarrassingly, the title turns out to be an English translation of a Hungarian item which has been listed in every 3-D filmography for decades!!
THE LAST REEF: CITIES BENEATH THE SEA: Previously listed as The Last Reef. Copyright date changed from 2011 to 2012.
M.A.R.S. has now been dropped from the list of short films and given its proper place in the list of feature films.
PARADE OF ATTRACTIONS: Long considered a short film, this has been properly identified as a feature film and, as such, has now been dropped from the shorts list and ported over to the main listing.
POLAR QUEST: Previously listed as Arctic Odyssey: Journey to the Top of the World. Copyright date changed from 2010 to 2012.
STARDUST IN YOUR EYES: Added the name of the film's director.


Theatrical Short Films: 1893 - Present (updated June 2011)


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3-DIMENSION
USA - 1953 - col and bw - 35mm
D: Raymond Spottiswoode
Stereo Techniques
1.37:1

3-D JAMBOREE
USA - 1956 - col - 35mm
D: William Beaudine
Natural Vision 3-Dimension
1.37:1

3-D MANIA*
France - 1982 - col

3-D MANIA: ENCOUNTER IN THE THIRD DIMENSION
(see: Encounter in the Third Dimension)

THE III-D OLYMPIAD
USA - 1986 - col - 16mm
D: Alan D. Williams
Elgeet Stereo
0.67:1

3-D SUN
USA (LF) - 2007 - col - HD
D: Melissa Butts, Barry Kimm
1.44:1

6 GIRLS GET THE WEEKEND UNDERWAY
(see: 6 Mädels Rollen ins Wochenend)

6 MÄDELS ROLLEN INS WOCHENEND
(aka: 6 Girls Get the Weekend Underway)
(aka: Six Girls Drive Into the Weekend)
Germany - 1939 - bw - 35mm
D: [uncredited]
Raumfilm-System
1.37:1


A

ABOUT SIBERIA WITH LOVE
О Сибири с любовью

D: Eugeniy Legat, Arkadiy Levitan
Stereo 70
1.37:1

ACROBAT’S EXAMINATION
(see: Artista Vizsga)

ADOLPH ZUKOR INTRODUCES VISTAVISION
[see: Untitled Paravision Film]

ADVENTURES IN ANIMATION 3-D
(aka: Virtual Actors)
Canada (LF) - 2004 - col - 1570
D: Pierre Lachapelle
IMAX 3-D
1.44:1

ADVENTURES IN MUSIC: MELODY
USA - 1953 - col - 35mm
D: Charles A. Nichols, Ward Kimball
Disney 3-D
1.37:1

ADVENTURES IN 3-D
(see: Encounter in the Third Dimension)

THE ADVENTURES OF SAM SPACE
(aka: Space Attack)
USA - 1954 - col - 35mm
D: Arthur C. Pierce, Paul G. Sprunk
1.37:1
[Not released until 1960 when it was converted to widescreen format (2.35:1) via the Superscope 235 process and retitled Space Attack (it went out as support for the 3-D feature September Storm). The original version - with correct 1.37:1 aspect ratio - doesn’t appear to have been screened anywhere until 2003, when a dual-35mm print unspooled at the World 3-D Expo in Hollywood, California. The 3-D format was promoted on 1960 ad-mats as ‘Stereo-Vision’]

AFRICAN ADVENTURE 3-D: SAFARI IN THE OKAVANGO
USA (LF) - 2007 - col - 1570
D: Ben Stassen
nWave 3-D
1.44:1

AGENT VEGA: THE GOLD OF HANZ HAGEN
(see: Hágenovo Zlato 3-D)

LES AILES DU COURAGE
(see: Wings of Courage)

AIR JUNCTION
UK - 1953 - bw - 35mm
D: Leonard Reeve
Stereo Techniques
1.37:1

AIR RACERS 3-D
USA/UK/France (LF) - 2012 - col - HD
D: Jean-Jacques Mantello
1.44:1

AL ALCANCE DE LA MANO
[see: Festival de la Tercera Dimensión, El]

ALIEN ADVENTURE
USA/Belgium (LF) - 1999 - col - CGI
D: Ben Stassen
Iwerks 3-D
1.35:1

ÁLLATKERTI SÉTA
(aka: Walk in the Zoo)
(aka: A Walk in the Zoological Garden)
Hungary - 1952 - col - scope - 35mm
D: Félix Bodrossy, József Gyorffy
Plasztikus Film
2.00:1

AMERICAN BEAUTIES
USA - 1953 - bw - 35mm
D: [uncredited]
1.37:1

AMERICAN LIFE
USA - 1953 - col - 16mm
D: Ernst Wildi
Bolex Stereo
0.67:1

L'AMI DE MONSIEUR
(aka: The Gentleman's Friend)
France - 1935 - bw - 35mm
D: Pierre de Cuvier
Stéréoscopic Lumière
1.37:1

AMONGST THE WILD ANIMALS
Среди зверей

USSR - 1949 - col - 35mm
D: Ya. Kaplunov
Stereokino
1.37:1

AMOR, AMORES
(aka: Love, Loves)
Spain - 2002 - col - HD and CGI
D: Pedro Prada Blanco
1.78:1

ANIMAL PLAY
Игры животных

(aka: Baby Animals)
(aka: Games of Animals)
USSR - 1980 - col - 65mm
D: Nelya Gulchuk
Stereo 70
1.37:1

ANIMALVISION 3-D
(see: SOS Planet)

ANIME VISION
アニメビジョン Vol. 7
Japan (V) - 1987 - col - 35mm
D: [various]
Partial 3-D
1.33:1

APT. 51: DEVIL BAT*
USA (V) - 2004 - col and bw - video
Field sequential 3-D
1.33:1

ARABIA 3-D
USA (LF) - 2010 - col - 1570
D: Greg MacGillivray
IMAX 3-D
1.44:1

AROUND AND ABOUT
UK - 1952 - bw - 35mm
D: Danny Carter
Stereo Techniques
1.37:1

AROUND IS AROUND
UK - 1951 - col - 35mm
D: Norman MacLaren
Stereo Techniques
1.37:1

THE ARRIVAL OF A TRAIN AT LA CIOTAT
(see: Arrivée d’un Train en Gare de la Ciotat, L’)

L’ARRIVÉE D’UN TRAIN EN GARE DE LA CIOTAT
(aka: The Arrival of a Train at La Ciotat)
France - 1934 - bw - 35mm
D: Louis Lumière
Stéréoscopic Lumière
1.37:1
[Some commentators claim this demonstration film was shot in 1903, though it's clear from a wealth of more reliable sources that the Lumière brothers didn't produce the material until 1934]

ARTISTA VIZSGA
(aka: Acrobat's Examination)
Hungary - 1952 - bw - scope - 35mm
D: Félix Bodrossy
Plasztikus Film
2.00:1

ASSIGNMENT A-BOMB
(see: Doom Town)

ATASHIN'CHI 3-D: THE MOVIE
劇場版3D あたしンち
Japan - 2010 - col - CGI
D: Wataru Takahashi
1.85:1

AUDIOSCOPIKS
USA - 1936 - col - 35mm
D: John A. Norling
Norling-Leventhal 3-Dimensions (partly)
1.37:1

DAS AUGE
Germany - 2009 - col - HD
D: Nikolai Vialkowitsch
1.85:1


B

BABY ANIMALS
(see: Animal Play)

BAIKAL, OH THE BEAUTY
Байкал: красота какая

USSR - 1982 - col - 65mm
D: Eugeniy Legat
Stereo 70
1.37:1

BAILE ESPAÑOL
[see: Festival de la Tercera Dimensión, El]

BANDIT ISLAND
USA - 1953 - bw - 35mm
D: Arthur Hilton
Stereovision
1.37:1
[Comprised of stereoscopic footage shot for the otherwise 2-D feature The Big Chase (see entry in main listing). Apparently, the short version was released first, to capitalize on contemporary interest in 3-D material, followed a year later by its ‘flat’ feature-length counterpart]

BARGE DWELLERS
(aka: Uncle Bill and the Dredge Dwellers)
USA - 1978 - col - Super-8
D: Lenny Lipton
Lipton Three-Dimensional Filmmaking System
1.37:1

BASTARD VEGA: THE GOLD OF HANZ HAGEN
(see: Hágenovo Zlato 3-D)

A BATTLE IN AN OLD CITY
戰古城
Hong Kong - 1953 - col - 35mm
D: Ho Pik-kin, Tsang Mung-wan
Zhongguo 3-D
1.37:1

BELLA STARR
[see: In the Dressing Room of Bella Starr]

BELLS
Колокола

(aka: Ten Bells)
USSR - 1988 - col - 65mm
D: Nikolai Fomin
Stereo 70
1.37:1

BERMUDA: ISLAND OF DREAMS
USA - 1953 - col - 16mm
D: Ernst Wildi
Bolex Stereo
0.67:1

A BETTER MOUSETRAP
(aka: Mousetrapped)
USA (LF) - 1997/2004 - col
D: Ron Labbe
Dimensionalized (2-D to 3-D)
1.44:1

THE BLACK SWAN
UK - 1952 - bw - 35mm
D: Leonard Reeve
Stereo Techniques
1.37:1

THE BLONDE SLAVE'S REVENGE
USA - 1953 - bw - 35mm
D: Klaytan W. Kirby
1.37:1

BLOOD SHOT
USA - 2009 - col - HD
D: David James Christian
1.78:1

BLUE MAGIC
(see: Ocean Wonderland)

BLUE MAN GROUP: MIND BLAST*
USA (LF) - 2012 - col
D: David Russo
1.44:1

B.O.B.'s BIG BREAK
USA (V) - 2009 - col - CGI
D: Robert Porter
1.78:1

BOO MOON
USA - 1954 - col - 35mm
D: Seymour Kneitel
Stereotoon
1.85:1

BORN TO BE WILD
USA (LF) - 2011 - col - 1570
D: David Lickley
IMAX 3-D
1.44:1

THE BOXER
Canada (LF) - 2000 - col - CGI
D: Pierre Lachapelle
1.44:1

BREAKING THROUGH
Canada (LF) (SV) - 1993 - col - 1570
D: [uncredited]
IMAX 3-D
1.44:1

BREATHE
UK - 2010 - col - HD
D: Liam Garvo
1.85:1

BUGS!
UK/Canada (LF) - 2003 - col - 870
D: Mike Slee
IMAX 3-D
1.35:1

BULLFIGHTING IN SPAIN
[see: Festival de la Tercera Dimensión, El]

BURI3D
USA - 2008 - col - HD
D: Matthew McNeil
1.85:1

THE BUTLER'S IN LOVE
USA - 2008 - col - HD
D: David Arquette
1.85:1

BY APPOINTMENT ONLY
USA - 2007/2008 - col - scope
D: John Faust
Dimensionalized (2-D to 3-D)
2.39:1


C

CAMPUS CAPERS
(see: College Capers)

CAMPUS PANTY RAIDS
(see: College Capers)

CAPTAIN EO
USA (SV) - 1986 - col - scope - 65mm
D: Francis Ford Coppola
Disney 3-D
2.20:1

THE CAR AND ITS FACTORY
(see: Wagen und Sein Werk, Der)

THE CARETAKER
USA - 2010 - col - HD
D: Sean Isroelit
1.85:1

CARMENESQUE
USA - 1953 - col - 35mm
D: Sol Lesser
Stereo-Cine
1.37:1
[Intended for inclusion in The 3-D Follies (see entry in main listing), but released independently - in 2-D format only - when that film was abandoned during production]

CARNIVAL IN APRIL
USA - 1953 - bw - 35mm
D: Will Cowan
Universal 3-D
1.85:1

CARS TOONS: TOKYO MATER
[see: Tokyo Mater]

CHARMING AUGUSTINE
USA - 2006 - bw - 16mm
D: Zoe Beloff
Bolex Stereo
0.67:1

CHLUPÁCI
(aka: Shaggies)
Czech Republic - 2001 - col - CGI
D: Michal Žabka
1.37:1

CIRQUE DU SOLEIL: JOURNEY OF MAN
Canada/USA (LF) - 1999 - col - 1570
D: Keith Melton
IMAX Solido 3-D
1.44:1

CITY OF RUINS
(see: Miasto Ruin)

CLOSE ENOUGH TO TOUCH
(see: Zum Greifen Nah)

COCK-CROW
Italy - 2009 - col - HD
D: David Zamagni, Nadia Ranocchi
1.85:1

COCKTAIL AT SLOPPY JOE'S
USA - 1953 - bw - 35mm
D: [uncredited]
1.37:1
[Apparently released in 2-D only]

COLLEGE CAPERS
(aka: Campus Capers)
(aka: Campus Panty Raids)
USA - 1953 - bw - 35mm
D: Will Cowan
Stereovision
1.37:1

COLOURED HOMESPUN
[see: Színes Szőttes]

THE COLOR OF GOLD
USA (V) - 1998 - col - HD
D: Jan Welt
1.78:1

COME CLOSER
USA - 1952 - col - 16mm
D: Hy Hirsh
1.37:1

CONCERT CONCEPT
(see: Plastische Vorstellung)

CONCERTO
Кино-концерт

(aka: Kino-Concert)
(aka: Kino-Concerto)
(aka: Land of Youth)
(aka: Leningrad Concert Hall)
(aka: Russian Salad)
(aka: World of Youth)
Russia - 1941 - bw and col - 35mm
D: Aleksandr N. Andreyevskiy
Stereokino
0.67:1

THE CORONATION OF THE QUEEN
UK - 1953 - col - 35mm
D: Danny Carter
Dudley 3-D
1.37:1

COSMIC JOURNEY: THROUGH HUBBLE AND CASSINI
USA (LF) - 2011 - col
D: Jonathan Kitzen
Dimensionalized (2-D to 3-D)
1.44:1

COYOTE FALLS
USA - 2010 - col - CGI
D: Matthew O'Callaghan
1.85:1

CRYSTALS
Кристаллы

USSR - 1948 - col - 35mm
D: Ya. Kaplunov
Stereokino
1.37:1

CUENTO DE NATIVIDAD
(aka: X-mas Tale)
Spain - 2001 - col - Video and CGI
D: Xosé Lois Lopez
1.85:1

CYBERWORLD
Canada/USA (LF) - 2000 - col - CGI
D: Brummbaer, Colin Davies, Elaine Despins
1.44:1


D

DAFFY'S RHAPSODY*
USA - 2012 - col - CGI
D: Matthew O'Callaghan

DAIMON
Italy - 2007 - col - HD
D: David Zamagni, Nadia Ranocchi
1.85:1

DA JIANG ZHANG
大奖章
China - 1960 - col - 35mm
D: Zhang Chaoqun
1.37:1
[No English title. The Chinese title translates as 'Medallion]

DAY & NIGHT
USA - 2010 - col - CGI
D: Teddy Newton
1.85:1

A DAY AT THE DEL MAR FAIR
USA - 1987 - col - Super-8
D: Owen C. (Wes) Western
Western 3-D
1.66:1

DAYDREAM
(see: Fun Fun Fun 3-D Adventure)

A DAY IN THE COUNTRY
(aka: Stereo-Laffs)
USA - 1941 - bw - 35mm
D: Jack Rieger
1.37:1
[Though touted for distribution in 1941 as Stereo-Laffs, this film appears to have gone unscreened until 1953, when it was released in single-strip/anaglyphic format under the title A Day in the Country. A restored dual-35mm version (with left-right elements derived from an anaglyph print) was first screened in 2006 at the World 3-D Film Expo II in Hollywood, California. Info on this film's history (including the original title) was unearthed by 3-D historian Jeff Joseph of SabuCat Productions]

DAY OFF IN MOSCOW
Выходной день в Москве

USSR - 1938 - bw - 35mm
D: Nikolai Ekk
1.37:1

A DAY OF WONDERFUL IMPRESSIONS
День чудесных впечатлений

USSR - 1949 - col - 35mm
D: Aleksandr Rou
Stereokino
1.37:1

DEAD HEAT
(aka: Racer)
Japan (V) - 1987 - col - 35mm
D: Toshifumi Kawase, Hayami Go
1.33:1

DEADLY TANTRUM
UK - 2006/2008 - col
D: Mike Mort
Dimensionalized (2-D to 3-D)
1.85:1

DEAR FATTY
USA - 2008 - col
D: Hsin-I Tseng
Dimensionalized (2-D to 3-D)
1.85:1

DEEP OCEAN EXPERIENCE
UK (V) - 2011 - col - CGI
D: Jonathan Knape
1.78:1

DEEP SEA 3-D
Canada/USA (LF) - 2006 - col - 1570
D: Howard Hall
IMAX 3-D
1.44:1

DEFENDING MALDITO
Canada - 2010 - col - HD
D: Christian Blaze, Crystal-Dawn Rosales
1.85:1

DELUSION
Germany - 2008 - col - HD
D: Christina Kinne
1.85:1

DENMARK LIVE*
Denmark? - 1974 - col - 35mm
1.37:1

DESDE LA BARRERA
[see: Festival de la Tercera Dimensión, El]

DESTINATION ANCARES
(see: Destino Ancares)

DESTINO ANCARES
(aka: Destination Ancares)
Spain - 2006 - col - HD and CGI
D: Xosé Lois Lopez
1.37:1

DETECTIVE CONAN: CONAN VS. KID - SHARK & JEWEL
名探偵コナン コナンvsキッド Shark & Jewel
Japan (LF) - 2005 - col - 1570
D: Masato Satô
1.44:1

THE DIMENSIONS OF OLDSMOBILE QUALITY
USA - 1981 - col - scope - 35mm
D: David Seago
Future Dimensions
2.35:1

DINOSAURS ALIVE!
USA (LF) - 2007 - col - 1570 and CGI
D: David Clark
IMAX 3-D
1.44:1

DINOSAURS: GIANTS OF PATAGONIA
Canada (LF) - 2007 - col - 1570
D: Marc Fafard
IMAX Solido 3-D
1.44:1

THE DISTANT THAMES
(aka: Royal River)
UK - 1951 - col - 35mm
D: Brian Smith
Stereo Techniques
1.37:1

DOLPHINS & WHALES 3-D: TRIBES OF THE OCEAN
USA (LF) - 2007 - col - HD
D: Jean-Jacques Mantello
1.44:1

DOOM TOWN
(aka: Assignment A-Bomb)
USA - 1953 - bw and col - 35mm
D: [uncredited]
Todd-Dunning 3-D
1.37:1

DOUGRAM VS. ROUND-FACER
火星の戦士ダグラム
Japan (V) - 1987 - col - 35mm
D: Kiyoshi Egami
1.33:1

DOWN THE HATCH
USA - 1953 - bw - 35mm
D: Jules White
Natural Vision 3-Dimension
1.85:1

DRÖMSEX I 3-D*
Sweden - 1972 - bw
D: Torgny Wickman
1.37:1
[Adult short film. I was unable to confirm the film’s technical details, though one reference claims it was exhibited in single-strip/anaglyph format, with the audience wearing ‘red-green’ glasses. If true, the film was either shot dual-35mm for a single-strip release print, or photographed with an anaglyphic camera attachment]

DUEL
決闘
Japan - 1953 - bw - 35mm
D: Tsuneo Tabata
Shochiku Natural Vision
1.37:1


E

ECHOES OF THE SUN
Canada/Japan (LF) - 1990 - col - 1570
D: Roman Kroitor, Nelson Max
IMAX Solido 3-D
1.44:1

EGYPT 3-D: SECRETS OF THE MUMMIES
(see: Mummies 3-D: Secrets of the Pharaohs)

EINFACH CONFIDENTIAL*
(aka: Simply Continental)
W.Germany - 1953 - col - 35mm
Raumfilm-System
1.37:1

ELEPHANTS DREAM
Netherlands - 2006/2010 - col
D: Bassam Kurdali
Dimensionalized (2-D to 3-D)
1.85:1

ENCOUNTER IN THE THIRD DIMENSION
(aka: 3-D Mania: Encounter in the Third Dimension)
(aka: Adventures in 3-D)
USA/Belgium (LF) - 1998 - col - 35mm and CGI
D: Ben Stassen
Iwerks 3-D
1.35:1

EROTEK DIMENSIONS
USA (V) - 2001 - col - video
D: Nick Constable [as: Nicholas Scot]
1.33:1

EVEREST: CONQUERING THIN AIR
USA/Canada (LF) - 2013 - col - 1570
D: Greg MacGillivray
IMAX 3-D
1.44:1

EXPERIMENTS IN LOVE
USA - 1976 - col - 35mm
D: Daniel L. Symmes
Quadravision 4-D
1.37:1

THE EXTREME NATURE OF BATS
USA (LF) - 2010 - col - HD
D: Greg Passmore
1.44:1

EYE ON THE BALL
UK - 1952 - col - 35mm
D: Peter Bradford
Stereo Techniques
1.37:1


F

FALLING IN LOVE AGAIN
Canada (LF) - 2003 - col - CGI
D: Munro Ferguson
IMAX SANDDE
1.44:1

FALL MAGIC OF CRIMEA (PENINSULA)*
Осенние этюды Крыма

USSR - 1973 - col - 65mm
Stereo 70
1.37:1

FAMILY CIRCUS
[see: Magic Circus]

THE FASTEST RACE IN HISTORY
UK - 2009 - col - HD
D: Duncan Humphreys
1.85:1

EL FESTIVAL DE LA TERCERA DIMENSIÓN
(aka: Festival in 3-D)
Spain - 1953 - bw - 35mm
D: Luis Torreblanca
Stereo Techniques
1.37:1
[Three short documentary films, produced especially for this compilation: Al Alcance de la Mano, Baile Español and Desde la Barrera. The latter title has often been listed - erroneously - as a separate production in its own right, under the titles Bullfighting in Spain and Spanish Bullfighting]

FESTIVAL IN 3-D
(see: Festival de la Tercera Dimensión, El)

FEU INTÉRIEUR
France - 2010 - col - HD
D: Céline Tricart
1.85:1

FILM #6
UK - 1951 - bw - 16mm
D: Harry Smith
1.37:1

FLATLAND: SEARCH FOR THE 3rd DIMENSION
USA (LF) - 2012 - col - CGI
D: Jeffrey Travis, Dano Johnson
1.44:1

FLIGHT OF THE BUTTERFLIES
UK/Canada (LF) - 2012 - col - 1570
D: Mike Slee
IMAX 3-D
1.44:1

DAS FLOß
(aka: The Raft)
Germany - 2004/2008 - col - scope
D: Jan Thüring
Dimensionalized (2-D to 3-D)
2.39:1

THE FLOWER OF PELOPONES
(see: Greece, The)

FLOWERS IN THE SKY
Canada (LF) - 1990 - col - 1570
D: Michael Scott
IMAX Magic Carpet
1.44:1

FLYING AT YA’: ANDROID KIKAIDER*
飛び出す人造人間キカイダー
(aka: The Kikaida 3-D Movie)
(aka: Kikaider: The Movie)
Japan - 1973 - col
D: Hidetoshi Kitamura
Partial 3-D
1.85:1

FLYING FROM THE MOVIE SCREEN: INAZUMAN*
飛び出す立体映画イナズマン
(aka: Inazuman: The Movie)
Japan - 1974 - col
D: Minoru Yamada
Partial 3-D
1.85:1

FLYING MONSTERS 3-D WITH DAVID ATTENBOROUGH
UK (TV) (LF) - 2010 - col - HD
D: Matthew Dyas
1.78:1
[This film premiered on UK TV and was subsequently screened internationally in cinemas and IMAX theaters]

FOREST
USA - 1978 - col - Super-8
D: Larry Cuba
Lipton Three-Dimensional Filmmaking System
1.37:1

THE FOUNDLING
UK (SV) - 2010 - col - scope - HD
D: Barney Cokeliss
2.39:1

THE FOUNTAIN
USA - 2001/2008 - col
D: Joel Moser, Thomas D. Moser
Dimensionalized (2-D to 3-D)
1.85:1

FOUR-D
USA - 1953 - col - 16mm
D: H.G. Hawes
Nord 3-D
0.67:1

FUN FUN FUN 3-D ADVENTURE*
Fun Fun Fun
アニーの3Dアドベンチャー
(aka: Daydream)
Japan - 1987 - col - scope - 35mm
StereoVision
2.35:1

FUR OF FLYING
USA - 2010 - col - scope - CGI
D: Matthew O'Callaghan
2.39:1

FURUSATO: WORLD HERITAGE SITES VIEWED FROM SPACE
Furusato
宇宙からみた世界遺産
Japan (LF) - 2010 - col - HD
D: Hiromi Kusaka

1.44:1

G

GALAPAGOS: THE ENCHANTED VOYAGE
Canada/USA (LF) - 1999 - col - 870
D: Al Giddings, David Clark
Iwerks 3-D
1.35:1

GAMES OF ANIMALS
(see: Animal Play)

GARTENSCHAU IN DRESDEN*
Germany - 1937 - col - 35mm
Raumfilm-System
1.37:1

THE GENTLEMAN’S FRIEND
(see: Ami de Monsieur, L’)

GHOST BEACH
USA - 2009 - col - 16mm
D: Ian Sundahl
Bolex Stereo
0.67:1

GO, QTARO! WAR AT 100th SIZE
*
オバケのQ太郎 進め!1/100大作戦
Japan - 1987 - col - 35mm
D: Shô Tsukada

GRAND CANYON
USA - 1923 - bw - 35mm
D: Devel Walter Parkes
Parkes 3-D
1.33:1
[Most listings to date have described the Parkes 3-D process as dual-35mm in origin, though some confusion is generated by author Ray Zone in his 2007 book Stereoscopic Cinema and the Origins of 3-D Film 1838-1952. He writes: “[Edward] Connor noted that a May 1923 screening on a single strip of film that required no glasses for 3-D viewing was made by the American Releasing Corporation in a rented projection room in New York City. Walter Parkes of Oakland, California, shot the scenes of the Grand Canyon that were projected”. It’s possible this autostereoscopic version was merely a test, derived from the original dual-35mm negative, and that the release version was single-strip/anaglyphic (as noted in most sources), but Zone makes no mention of any other configuration]

GRAND CANYON ADVENTURE: RIVER AT RISK
USA (LF) - 2008 - col - 1570
D: Greg MacGillivray
IMAX 3-D
1.44:1

GRAND CANYON: THE HIDDEN SECRETS
USA (LF) - 1984/2009 - col - 1570
D: Kieth Merrill
IMAX DMR 3-D (2-D to 3-D)
1.44:1

GREAT WHITE 3-D
Canada (LF) - 2012 - col - 1570
D: Bob Talbot
IMAX 3-D
1.44:1

THE GREECE
Цветок Пелопоннеса

(aka: The Flower of Pelopones)
Russia - 2000 - col - 65mm
D: Dmitriy Masurenkov, Sergey Rozhkov
Stereo 70
1.37:1


H

HÁGENOVO ZLATO 3-D
(aka: Agent Vega: The Gold of Hanz Hagen)
(aka: Bastard Vega: The Gold of Hanz Hagen)
Czech Republic (V) - 2003 - col - video
D: Jaroslav Kasal
Nu-View 3-D (fioeld sequential)
1.33:1

HANDSHAKE WITH A BEAR
Вашу лапу медведь

USSR - 1969 - col - 65mm
D: Tamara Lisitsian
Stereo 70
1.37:1

HAPPY YOUTH*
欢乐的童年
China - 1960 - col - 35mm
1.37:1

HARDWOOD
USA - 2007/2008 - col
D: Christopher Frascino
Dimensionalized (2-D to 3-D)
1.37:1

HARMONY LANE
UK - 1954 - bw
D: Byron Gill
[Announced as a 3-D movie, and listed that way in several sources, but there’s no evidence it went into production utilizing a stereoscopic process, and it doesn’t appear to have been screened anywhere in 3-D]

HAUNTED CASTLE
USA/Belgium (LF) - 2000 - col - CGI / 35mm / video
D: Ben Stassen
nWave 3-D
ArriVision
1.44:1

HAUNTED LIGHTHOUSE
USA (SV) - 2003 - col - scope - 65mm
D: Joe Dante
2.20:1

HAUNTS OF THE OLDE COUNTRY
USA (LF) - 1992 - col - 870
D: Keith Melton
Iwerks 3-D
1.35:1

HAWAIIAN NIGHTS
USA - 1954 - bw - 35mm
D: Will Cowan
Universal 3-D
1.37:1
[Apparently not shown in 3-D until 2006, when it was screened at World 3-D Film Expo II in Hollywood, California]

HAWAIIAN VACATION
USA - 2011 - col - CGI
D: Gary Rydstrom
1.85:1

HELLO, SOCHI
Здравствуй, Сочи!

USSR - 1977 - col - 65mm
D: Genrikh Brenner
Stereo 70
1.37:1

HERCULES AND THE PRINCESS OF TROY
(aka: Hercules vs. the Sea Monster)
USA/Italy (TV) - 1965 - col
D: Albert Band
[TV movie, filmed and broadcast in 2-D, but reconfigured on US home video in field sequential format. The 3-D effect is negligible, and unrepresentative of ‘real’ stereo-vision]

HERCULES VS. THE SEA MONSTER
[see: Hercules and the Princess of Troy]

THE HIDDEN DIMENSION
Canada/USA (LF) - 1997 - col - 1570
D: Paul Cox
IMAX 3-D
1.44:1

HONG KONG CORONATION PARADE
舞龍大會
Hong Kong - 1953 - bw - 35mm
D: Chiu Shu-sun
1.37:1

THE HORSE-CHILD IN APPLES
[see: Spotted Foal, The]

HUANGPU RIVER BANK*
黄浦江畔
China - 1960 - col - 35mm
1.37:1

HUBBLE 3-D
Canada/USA (LF) - 2010 - col - 3070
D: Toni Myers
3D30
1.44:1

HUNKS IN 3-D
USA (V) - 1997 - col - video
D: Marvin Jones
Field sequential 3-D
1.33:1

HYPNOTIC HICK
USA - 1953 - col - 35mm
D: Don Patterson
Lantz 3-D
1.37:1


I

I AM MARKED
[see: Someone's After Me]

IMAGINE
Canada (LF) - 1994 - col - 1570
D: John Weiley
IMAX 3-D
1.44:1

THE IMAX NUTCRACKER
USA/Canada (LF) - 1997 - col - 1570
D: Christine Edzard
IMAX 3-D
1.44:1

INAZUMAN: THE MOVIE
(see: Flying from the Movie Screen: Inazuman)

THE INCREDIBLE INVASION OF THE 20,000 GIANT ROBOTS FROM OUTER SPACE
Netherlands - 2000 - col - Video and CGI
D: Elmer Kaan, Alexander Lentjes
1.85:1

INDIAN SUMMER
USA - 1953 - col - 16mm
D: Ernst Wildi
Bolex Stereo
0.67:1

INTERTOPIA*
USA (LF) - 1993 - col - 870
Iwerks 3-D
1.35:1

IN THE DRESSING ROOM OF BELLA STARR
USA - 1953 - bw - 35mm
D: [uncredited]
1.37:1

INTO THE DEEP
Canada/Japan/USA/France (LF) - 1994 - col - 1570
D: Howard Hall
IMAX 3-D
1.44:1

IN TUNE WITH TOMORROW
USA (SV) - 1939 - bw - 35mm
D: John A. Norling
Loucks & Norling 3-Dimensions
1.37:1
[This black and white short was created as a promotional item for the Chrysler corporation and exhibited at the 1939-40 New York World’s Fair. It was replaced at the Fair in 1940 by a new version of the same film, New Dimensions (1940, qv), shot in color]

I TAWT I TAW A PUDDY TAT!
USA - 2012 - col - scope - CGI
D: Matthew O'Callaghan
2.39:1

IT'S TOUGH TO BE A BUG
USA - 1998 - col - scope - CGI
D: Chris Bailey
2.20:1


J

JAKO AND THE PET THIEF
(see: Jako y el Ladrón de Mascotas)

JAKO Y EL LADRÓN DE MASCOTAS
(aka: Jako and the Pet Thief)
Spain - 2002 - col - CGI
D: Yanco Epesteguia
1.37:1

JILLIAN'S TRAVELS: AFRICA
USA (LF) - 2011 - col - HD
D: Craig Tanner
1.44:1

JIM THE PENMAN
[see: Untitled Porter-Waddell Demonstration Film]

JOURNEY TO A BLACK HOLE*
USA (LF) - 2012 - col
D: Adolf Schaller, Donna Tracy
1.44:1

JUMPING OUT SUNDAY
[see: Runaway Sunday]

JUMP, QTARO! BAKEBAKE’S GRAND STRATAGEM*
オバケのQ太郎 とびだせ!バケバケ大作戦
Japan - 1986 - col - 35mm
D: Hiroshi Sasagawa

JUNE
USA (LF) - 2003 - col - CGI
D: Munro Ferguson
IMAX SANDDE
1.44:1


K

KARANDASH ON ICE
Карандаш на льду

USSR - 1948 - col - 35mm
D: Vladimir V. Nemolyaev
Stereokino
1.37:1

KATER
(aka: Tomcat)
Germany - 2005/2008 - col
D: Tine Kluth
Dimensionalized (2-D to 3-D)
1.85:1

THE KIKAIDA 3-D MOVIE
(see: Flying at Ya': Android Kikaider)

KIKAIDER: THE MOVIE
(see: Flying at Ya': Android Kikaider)

KILLING BEE
Germany - 2010 - col - HD
D: Raymond Boy
1.85:1

KINO-CONCERT
(see: Concerto)

KINO-CONCERTO
(see: Concerto)

KNICK KNACK
USA - 1989 - col - CGI
D: John Lasseter
1.85:1

KOLMIULOTTEISIA KUVIA
Finland - 1990 - bw - 35mm
D: Juho Gartz
1.37:1


L

EL LAGO DE LOS CISNES
(aka: Swan Lake)
Spain - 1953 - col - 35mm
D: Francisco Rovira Beleta
1.37:1

LALIM
[see: Nalim]

LAND OF SUN
Солнечный край

USSR - 1950 - col - 35mm
D: Matvey Volodarsky
Stereokino
1.37:1

LAND OF YOUTH
(see: Concerto)

THE LAST BUFFALO
Canada/USA (LF) - 1990 - col - 1570
D: Stephen Low
IMAX 3-D
1.44:1

THE LAST REEF: CITIES BENEATH THE SEA
USA (LF) - 2012 - col - HD
D: Luke Cresswell, Steve McNicholas
1.44:1

LEGEND OF VIXEN: MONSTER MELON*
女狐怪奇伝説 妖女メロン
Japan (V) - 1987 - col
D: Masayuki Kusumi
1.33:1

LEGENDS OF FLIGHT
Canada (LF) - 2010 - col - 1570
D: Stephen Low
IMAX 3-D
1.44:1

LENINGRAD CONCERT HALL
(see: Concerto)

LEONARDO'S DREAM
USA/Italy (LF) - 1989 - col - scope - 65mm
D: Douglas Trumbull
Showscan 3-D
2.20:1

L5: FIRST CITY IN SPACE
USA/Canada (LF) - 1996 - col - 1570
D: Toni Myers, Allan Kroeker
IMAX 3-D
1.44:1

LIGHTNING 3-D
USA (LF) - 2011 - col - HD and CGI
D: Jonathan Kitzen
1.44:1

LI JIANG YOU JI*
漓江游记
China - 1959 - col
1.37:1
[No English title. The Chinese title translates as 'Lijiang River Travels']

LIONS 3-D: ROAR OF THE KALAHARI
USA (LF) - 2003/2006 - col
D: Tim Liversedge
IMAX DMR 3-D (2-D to 3-D)
1.44:1
[Dimensionalized version of the 2-D short Roar: Lions of the Kalahari (2003)]

THE LISTENING DEAD
USA - 2005/2008 - bw
D: Phil Mucci
Dimensionalized (2-D to 3-D)
1.85:1

THE LITTLE PRINCE
Belgium (LF) (SV) - 2010 - col - CGI
D: Mark Osborne
nWave 3-D
1.44:1

LONDON TRIBUTE
UK - 1953 - bw - 35mm
D: Robert M. Angell
Stereo Techniques
1.37:1

LOVE FOR SALE
USA - 1953 - bw - 35mm
D: [uncredited]
1.37:1

LOVE, LOVES
(see: Amor, Amores)

LUMBER JACK RABBIT
USA - 1953 - col - 35mm
D: Charles M. (Chuck) Jones
Burton 3-D
1.66:1

LA LUNA
USA - 2011 - col - scope - CGI
D: Enrico Casarosa
2.39:1

LUNA-CY
USA - 1925 - bw - 35mm
D: Jacob F. Leventhal
Stereoscopiks
1.33:1

LUST IN 3-D*
W.Germany - 1970 - col
[Amateur X-rated short film, once available on VHS in single-strip/anaglyphic format. Most likely filmed in dual-strip (16mm or 35mm)]


M

MADONNA AND HER BUBBLES
USA - 1953 - bw - 35mm
D: Klaytan W. Kirby
1.37:1

A MAGICIAN’S ADVENTURES*
魔术师的奇遇
(aka: Wondrous Encounters of a Magician)
China - 1962 - col - scope - 35mm
D: Sang Hu
2.35:1
[Notable as China’s first 3-D narrative in colour and widescreen, though it’s unclear how the 2.35:1 ratio was achieved in this instance. Some sources indicate the film was shot in single-strip/over-under format, expanding on the principles first employed in 1952 by Hungarian filmmaker Félix Bodrossy, inventor of the Plasztikus Film process (pre-empting the US over-under format Spacevision, introduced in 1966). Less reliable sources claim the film was shot in anaglyph format, indicating the use of an anaglyphic camera attachment, which seems unlikely. However, some sources claim the film was projected theatrically in anaglyph, possibly alongside a polarized version. However, it’s also possible the film was shot in dual-35mm and composed for 2.35:1 within the Academy 1.37:1 frame(s), optically extracted during post-production (the same process was used in 1960 for September Storm, see entry in main listing). Investigations are ongoing]

MAGIC JOURNEYS
USA (LF) - 1982 - col - scope - 65mm
D: Murray Lerner
Disney 3-D
2.20:1

THE MAGIC LAKE
Волшебное Озеро

USSR - 1979 - col - 65mm
D: Ivan Ivanov-Vano
Stereo 70
1.37:1

MAGIC REEF
USA (LF) (SV) - 1989 - col - scope - 65mm
D: Siegfried Baldzuhn
Iwerks 3-D
2.20:1

MAGNIFICENT DESOLATION: WALKING ON THE MOON
Canada/USA (LF) - 2005 - col - 1570
D: Mark Cowen
IMAX 3-D
1.44:1

MARTIN & KETIL PÅ MÆLKEVEJEN*
Denmark - 2006 - col

MASTERS OF SPORT*
Мастер спорта

USSR - 1950 - bw - 35mm
Stereokino
1.37:1

MAYAMANIKYAN
India (V) - 2011 - col - CGI
D: Haneesh Babu
1.85:1

MELODY
[see: Adventures in Music: Melody]

MELODY OF YOUTH*
青春的旋律
China - 1960 - col - 35mm
1.37:1

THE MERRY COMPETITION
(see: Színes Szőttes)

METROSCOPIX
USA - 1953 - bw - 35mm
D: John A. Norling, Jacob F. Leventhal, George Sidney
Norling-Leventhal 3-Dimensions
Metroscopix
1.37:1

MIASTO RUIN
(aka: City of Ruins)
Poland - 2010 - col - CGI
D: Damian Nenow
1.85:1

MICROWORLDS
USA - 2010 - col - HD
D: Greg Passmore
1.85:1

THE MILWAUKEE BRAVES VERSUS THE CHICAGO CUBS BASEBALL GAME
USA - 1953 - bw - 16mm
D: Bernard Howard
Bolex Stereo
0.67:1

MIRIAMI PIKNIK
(aka: Scarecrow)
Estonia/Russia (LF) - 2007 - col - digital still photography
D: Andres Tenusaar
1.44:1

MISADVENTURES IN 3-D
USA/Belgium (LF) - 2003 - col - 1570 and CGI
D: Ben Stassen
nWave 3-D
1.44:1

M.L. GUNZBURG PRESENTS 3-D
(see: Time for Beany)

MOLECULES TO THE MAX!
USA (LF) (SV) - 2009 - col - CGI
D: V. Owen Bush
Dimensionalized (2-D to 3-D)
1.44:1
[Originally released in 2-D, then rendered in 3-D for subsequent re-release]

MOON MAN
Canada (LF) - 2004 - col - CGI
D: Paul Morstad
IMAX SANDDE
1.44:1

MOSCOW IN HOLIDAYS
Московские Этюды

Russia - 2003 - col - 65mm
D: Alexander Melkumov
Stereo 70
1.37:1

MOTOR RHYTHM
(see: New Dimensions)

MOUSETRAPPED
(see: Better Mousetrap, A)

MOVIES OF THE FUTURE
USA - 1922 - bw - 35mm
D: William Van Doren Kelley
Plasticon 3-D
1.33:1
[Footage from this film was later incorporated into Thru’ the Trees: Washington, D.C. (1923, qv)]

MUMMIES: SECRETS OF THE PHARAOH
[see: Mummies 3-D: Secrets of the Pharaoh]

MUMMIES 3-D: SECRETS OF THE PHARAOH
(aka: Egypt 3-D: Secrets of the Mummies)
USA (LF) - 2007/2008 - col
D: Keith Melton
IMAX DMR 3-D (2-D to 3-D)
1.44:1
[Dimensionalized version of the 2-D Large Format film Mummies: Secrets of the Pharaohs (2007). A shortened 22-minute version was released in digital 3-D format under the title Egypt 3-D: Secrets of the Mummies, designed as part of National Geographic’s touring exhibition ‘Tutankhamun and the Golden Age of the Pharaohs’, launched in October 2008]

MY DREAM
마이 드림
S.Korea - 2011 - col - HD
D: Joy Park Joo-sang
1.85:1
[Originally released as a short film, this was subsequently exapnded and released in feature-length form in 2011 (see entry in main filmography)]

MY MOLDOVA
Моя Молдова

USSR - 1982 - col - 65mm
D: A. Bujanov
Stereo 70
1.37:1


N

NALIM
Налим

USSR - 1953 - col - 35mm
D: Alex Zolotnitskiy
Stereokino
1.37:1

NASCAR 3-D: THE IMAX EXPERIENCE
Canada/USA (LF) - 2004 - col - 1570
D: Simon Wincer
IMAX 3-D
1.44:1

NAT 'KING' COLE AND RUSS MORGAN'S ORCHESTRA
USA - 1953 - bw - 35mm
D: Will Cowan
Universal 3-D 1.37:1
[Title sometimes miscredited as Nat ‘King’ Cole Sings “Pretend”]

NAT ‘KING’ COLE SINGS “PRETEND”
[see: Nat ‘King’ Cole and Russ Morgan’s Orchestra]

NATURE TRAIL
USA / 1986 / col / Super-8
D: Bill Shepard
Powell 3-D
1.33:1

NATURE TRAIL TO HELL
[see: Nature Trail]

THE NEW AUDIOSCOPIKS
USA - 1938 - bw - 35mm
D: John A. Norling, Jacob F. Leventhal
Norling-Leventhal 3-Dimensions
1.37:1

NEW DIMENSIONS
(aka: Motor Rhythm)
USA - 1940 - col - 35mm
D: John A. Norling
Loucks & Norling 3-Dimensions
1.37:1
[Re-edited version, Motor Rhythm, released in 1953. See also: In Tune With Tomorrow]

NEW YORK CITY
[see: Thru’ the Trees: Washington D.C.]

NIAGARA FALLS
[see: Untitled Porter-Waddell Demonstration Film]

NORTHERN TOWERS
UK - 1952 - bw - 35mm
D: Roy Harris
Stereo Techniques
1.37:1

O NOTICIERO DO ESPACIAL
(aka: Space News)
Spain - 2003 - col - CGI
D: Yanco Epesteguia
1.37:1

NOW IS THE TIME (TO PUT ON YOUR GLASSES)
UK/Canada - 1951 - col - 35mm
D: Norman McLaren
Stereo Techniques
1.37:1

NUDE 66*
USA?/Japan - 1986 - col - scope - 35mm
StereoVision
2.35:1


O

O CANADA
Canada - 1952 - col - 35mm
D: Evelyn Lambart
1.37:1

OCEAN WONDERLAND
(aka: Blue Magic)
UK/France (LF) - 2003 - col - HD
D: Jean-Jacques Mantello
1.44:1

ONE PIECE 3-D: MUGIWARA CHASE
One Piece 3-D
麦わらチェイス
(aka: One Piece 3-D: Straw Hat Chase)
Japan - 2011 - col - CGI
D: Hiroyuki Sato
1.85:1
[This 30-minute short was released on a double-bill with the 40-minute short Toriko 3-D: Begin! The Gourmet Adventure!! (2011, qv) to create a feature-length theatrical  programme]

ONE PIECE 3-D: STRAW HAT CHASE
(see: One Piece 3-D: Mugiwara Chase)

ON THE BALL
UK - 1952 - bw - 35mm
D: Peter Bradford
Stereo Techniques
1.37:1

ON THE STEPPES
В степи

USSR - 1950 - col - 35mm
D: A. Ulyantsev, Boris Buneev
Stereokino
1.37:1

OUCH!
USA - 1925 - bw - 35mm
D: Jacob F. Leventhal
Stereoscopiks
1.33:1

THE OWL AND THE PUSSYCAT
UK - 1953 - col - 35mm
D: John Halas
Stereo Techniques
1.37:1


P

PACKAGING... THE THIRD DIMENSION
USA - 1953 - col - 16mm
D: Bernard Howard
Bolex Stereo
0.67:1

PAINT MISBEHAVIN'
Canada (LF) - 1997 - col - CGI
D: Roman Kroitor
IMAX SANDDE
1.44:1

PANASONIC 'GLIDER'
USA/Japan - 1981 - col - CGI
D: Randy Roberts, Richard Hollander
1.85:1

PANDAVISION
USA (LF) - 2002 - col - CGI
D: Ben Stassen
nWave 3-D
1.35:1 (870 version)
2.20:1 (70mm version)

PARADE OF YOUTH
Парад молодости

USSR - 1948 - col - 35mm
D: Matvey Volodarskiy
Stereokinobr> 1.37:1

PARDON MY BACKFIRE
USA - 1953 - col - 35mm
D: Jules White
Columbia 3-D
1.85:1

PARTLY CLOUDY
USA - 2009 - col - CGI
D: Peter Sohn
1.85:1

PATHWAYS IN THE PARK
В аллеях парка

USSR - 1952 - col - 35mm
D: Andrei G. Boltyanskiy
Stereokino
1.37:1

THE PENCIL ON ICE
[see: Karandash on Ice]

PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD'S MAGIC MOVIES
(see: Thrills for You)

PERSIAN SLAVE MARKET
USA - 1953 - bw - 35mm
D: [uncredited]
1.37:1

PETE ROLEUM AND HIS COUSINS
USA (SV) - 1939 - col
D: Joseph Losey
[Though listed in many 3-D filmographies over the years, I could find no evidence to confirm that this animated puppet short - produced as part of an exhibition at the 1939-40 New York World's Fair -  was produced or exhibited in anything other than 'regular' 2-D]

EL PEZ QUE HABLA
(aka: Talking Fish)
Spain - 2001 - col - HD and CGI
D: Enrique Criado
1.85:1

PIKACHU'S OCEAN ADVENTURE*
ピカチュウの海洋アドベンチャー
Japan - 2006 - col - scope - HD
2.39:1

PIRATES
USA (LF) (SV) - 1999 - col - 870
D: Keith Melton
Iwerks 3-D
1.35:1

PLASTICONS
[see: Thru’ the Trees: Washington D.C.]

PLASTIGRAMS
USA - 1922 - bw - 35mm
D: Jacob F. Leventhal
Plastigram 3-D
1.33:1

PLASTISCHER WIES’N-BUMMEL
(aka: Stroll in the Meadow)
W.Germany (SV) - 1953 - col - 35mm
D: Werner Jacobs
Raumfilm-System
1.37:1

PLASTISCHE VORSTELLUNG
(aka: Concert Concept)
W.Germany (SV) - 1953 - col - 35mm
D: Curt A. Engel
Raumfilm-System
1.37:1

POLA LUX*
W.Germany - 1953 - col - 35mm
Pola Lux 3-D
1.37:1

POLAR QUEST
Canada (LF) - 2010 - col - 1570
D: David Lickley
IMAX 3-D
1.44:1<>br>
POPEYE: THE ACE OF SPACE
USA - 1953 - col - 35mm
D: Seymour Kneitel
Stereotoon
1.85:1

POWER IN PERSPECTIVE
UK - 1956 - col - 35mm
D: Alan Pendry
Spacemaster 3-D
1.66:1

POWER RANGERS IN 3-D
(see: Power Rangers: Triple Force!)

POWER RANGERS: TRIPLE FORCE!
(aka: Power Rangers in 3-D)
(aka: Trakeena's Revenge)
USA (V) - 2000 - col
D: Ryuta Tazaki
Pulfrich 3-D
1.33:1

PUMP-ACTION
UK - 2000 - col - CGI
D: Phil McNally
1.33:1


R

RABID RIDER
USA - 2010 - col - CGI
D: Matthew O'Callaghan
1.85:1

RACER
(see: Dead Heat)

THE RAFT
(see: Floß, Das)

DER RAUMFILM
(aka: Spatial Film)
W.Germany - 1939 - bw - 35mm
D: [uncredited]
Raumfilm-System
1.37:1

REACH OUT AND TOUCH ME*
[Vols. 1 - 3]
USA (V) - 2005 to 2007 - col
D: Bob Rudy, Steve Volponi
Reelvision 3-D (2-D to 3-D)
1.33:1

'REAL LIFE' TRAILER
USA - 1979 - col - 35mm
D: Albert Brooks
Dimension 3
1.85:1

RED CRABS: AUSTRALIA'S CHRISTMAS ISLAND
Australia (LF) (SV) - 2011 - col - HD
D: Mark Simpfendorfer
1.44:1

RESCUE
USA (LF) - 2011 - col - HD
D: Stephen Low
1.44:1

RHYTHM IN THREE
(see: Ritmo in Tre)

RITMO IN TRE*
(aka: Rhythm in Three)
Italy - 1953 - col
D: Guido Guerrasio
Tridimensionale Christiani
1.37:1
[Technical details for 'Tridimensionale Christiani' have proved elusive. Some sources claim it's dual-35mm, but I haven't been able to verify this assertion]

RITOS E LENDAS DA CATEDRAL*
(aka: Tales from St. James Cathedral)
Spain - 1999 - col - CGI
D: Carlos Sedes

RIVIERA
France - 1936 - bw - 35mm
D: Pierre de Cuvier
Stéréoscopic Lumière
1.37:1

ROAR: LIONS OF THE KALAHARI
[see: Lions 3-D: Roar of the Kalahari]

ROCKY MARCIANO CHAMPION VS. JERSEY JOE WALCOTT CHALLENGER
USA - 1953 - bw - 35mm
D: Nathan L. Halpern
Stereo-Cine
1.37:1

ROYAL REVIEW
UK - 1953 - col - 35mm
D: Robert M. Angell
Stereo Techniques
Spacemaster 3-D
Pathé 3-D
1.37:1

ROYAL RIVER
(see: Distant Thames, The)

RUNAWAY SUNDAY
飛び出した日曜日
Japan - 1953 - bw - 35mm
D: Takeo Murata
Tovision
1.37:1

A RUNAWAY TAXI
USA - 1925 - col - 35mm
D: Jacob F. Leventhal
Stereoscopiks
1.33:1

RUNNING WITH BULLS
USA (LF) - 2012 - col - HD
D: Aubrey Powell
1.44:1

RURAL AMERICA
[see: Untitled Porter-Waddell Demonstration Film]

RUSSIAN SALAD
(see: Concerto)

RUSSIAN SKETCHES
Русские этюды

USSR - 1969 - col - 65mm
D: Yekaterina Stashevskaya
Stereo 70
1.37:1


S

SANTA LIGHTS UP NEW YORK*
USA (SV) - 2001 - col - CGI
D: Jeff Kleiser, Diana Walczak
Kleiser-Walczak 3-D

SANTA VS. THE SNOWMAN
USA (LF) - 1997/2002 - col
D: John A. Davis
Dimensionalized (2-D to 3-D)
1.44:1

SCARECROW
(see: Miriami Piknik)

SCRAT'S CONTINENTAL CRACK-UP
USA - 2010 - col - scope - CGI
D: Steve Martino, Mike Thurmeier
2.39:1

SCRAT'S CONTINENTAL CRACK-UP PART 2
USA - 2011 - col - scope - CGI
D: Steve Martino, Mike Thurmeier
2.39:1

SEA DREAM
USA - 1978 - col - scope - 35mm
D: Murray Lerner
Spacevision
2.35:1

SEA MONSTERS: A PREHISTORIC ADVENTURE
USA (LF) - 2007 - col - CGI
D: Sean MacLeod Phillips
1.44:1

SEARCH FOR MIYUU*
ポケモン3Dアドベンチャー ミュウを探せ!
Japan - 2005 - col - scope - 35mm
2.39:1

SEA REX
USA (LF) - 2010 - col - CGI
D: Ronan Chapalain, Pascal Vuong
1.44:1

SEARS SALES
USA - 1953 - col - 16mm
D: Bernard Howard
Bolex Stereo
0.67:1

SEA TURTLES 3-D
USA/France (LF) - 2013 - col - HD
D: Jean-Jacques Mantello
1.44:1

SEBASTIAN'S VOODOO
USA - 2008 - col
D: Joaquin Baldwin
Dimensionalized (2-D to 3-D)
1.85:1

THE SELF-ASSURED KARANDASH
Самоуверенный карандаш

USSR - 1955 - col - 35mm
D: Vladimir Sukhobokov
Stereokino
1.37:1

SHADOW LAND OR LIGHT FROM THE OTHER SIDE
USA - 2000 - bw - 16mm
D: Zoe Beloff
Bolex Stereo
0.67:1

SHAGGIES
(see: Chlupáci)

SHARKS 3-D
UK/France/Bahamas (LF) - 2004 - col - HD
D: Jean-Jacques Mantello
1.44:1

SHONENTAI: CUBIC FANTASY*
少年隊 キュービックファンタジー
Japan (V) - 1987 - col - video
Field sequential 3-D
1.33:1

SHREK 4-D
USA (SV) - 2003 - col - scope - CGI
D: Simon J. Smith
2.20:1

SIMPLY CONTINENTAL
(see: Einfach Continental)

SIX GIRLS DRIVE INTO THE WEEKEND
(see: 6 Mädels Rollen ins Wochenend)

SKY DOG
(see: Wings Over the North 4-D: A Bush Plane Adventure)

A SOLID EXPLANATION
UK - 1951 - bw - 35mm
D: Peter Bradford
Stereo Techniques
1.37:1

SOMEONE'S AFTER ME
私は狙われている
Japan - 1953 - bw - 35mm
D: Shigeru Tajiri
Tovision
1.37:1

SOS PLANET
(aka: Animalvision 3-D)
USA/Belgium (LF) - 2002 - col - 1570
D: Ben Stassen
nWave 3-D
1.44:1

SOUVENIR
Сувенир

USSR - 1977 - col - 65mm
D: Elbert Tuganov
Stereo 70
1.37:1

SPACE ATTACK
(see: Adventures of Sam Space, The)

SPACE JUNK
U
SA (LF) - 2012 - col - CGI and 1570
D: Melissa Butts
IMAX 3-D
1.44:1

SPACE NEWS
(see: Noticiero de Espacial, O)

SPACE STATION
Canada/USA (LF) - 2002 - col - 3070
D: Toni Myers
3D30
1.44:1

SPANISH BULLFIGHTING
[see: Festival de la Tercera Dimensión, El]

SPATIAL FILM
(see: Raumfilm, Der)

SPECTATOR 3-D
USA - 2005 - col - HD
D: Christopher S. Potter
1.85:1

SPOOKS!
USA - 1953 - bw - 35mm
D: Jules White
Columbia 3-D
1.85:1

SPORTING YOUTH
(see: Sportoló Fiatalok)

SPORTOLÓ FIATOLOK
(aka: Sporting Youth)
Hungary - 1953 - bw - scope - 35mm
D: Tibor Préda
Plasztikus Film
2.00:1

SPORTS DAY
UK - 2010 - col - HD
D: Giles Alderson
1.85:1

THE SPOTTED FOAL
Жеребёнок в яблоках

USSR - 1980 - col - 65mm
D: Elbert Tuganov
Stereo 70
1.37:1

SPRING HAS COME TO HELSINKI*
Finland - 1953 - col - 16mm
D: Stig Schubert
Bolex Stereo
0.67:1

STARDUST IN YOUR EYES
USA - 1953 - bw - 35mm
D: Phil Tucker
Tru-Stereo
1.37:1

STAR OF THE SCREEN
Netherlands - 1953 - col - 35mm
D: Joop Geesink
1.37:1

STEREO FILM
USA - 1952 - col - 16mm
D: Oscar Fischinger
1.37:1

STEREO HIRADÓ EGY
(aka: Stereo Newsreel One)
Hungary - 1952 - col - scope - 35mm
D: Félix Bodrossy
Plasztikus Film
2.00:1

STEREO HIRADÓ HÁROM
(aka: Stereo Newsreel Three)
Hungary - 1954 - col - scope - 35mm
D: Félix Bodrossy
Plasztikus Film
2.00:1

STEREO HIRADÓ KETTO
(aka: Stereo Newsreel Two)
Hungary - 1953 - col - scope - 35mm
D: Félix Bodrossy
Plasztikus Film
2.00:1

STEREO-LAFFS
(see: Day in the Country, A)

STEREO NEWSREEL ONE
(see: Stereo Hiradó Egy)

STEREO NEWSREEL THREE
(see: Stereo Hiradó Három)

STEREO NEWSREEL TWO
(see: Stereo Hiradó Ketto)

STILL LIFE
Canada - 2005/2008 - col
D: Jon Knautz
Dimensionalized (2-D to 3-D)
1.85:1

STROLL IN THE MEADOW
(see: Plastischer Wies’n-bummel)

S21
Australia - 2009 - col - HD
D: Olivier Parthonnaud
1.85:1

SUMMER ISLAND
UK - 1953 - col - 35mm
D: Robert M. Angell
Stereo Techniques
1.37:1

SUNDAY IN STEREO
USA - 1953 - col - 16mm
D: David Mange, Milton Fruchtman
Bolex Stereo
0.67:1

SUNSHINE MINERS
UK - 1951 - bw - 16mm
D: Jack Chambers
Bolex Stereo
0.67:1

SWAN LAKE
(see: Lago de los Cisnes, El)

SZÍNES SZŐTTES
(aka: The Merry Competition)
Hungary - 1953 - col - scope - 35mm
D: Félix Máriássy
Plasztikus Film
2.00:1
[The title translates roughly as 'Coloured Homespun', which is somewhat embarrassing, since that very same title has been listed as a separate 'lost' film for many years! No information had been forthcoming on this ultra-obscure item, until a simple Google translation put the matter to rest once and for all!!]



T

TALES FROM ST. JAMES CATHEDRAL
(see: Ritos e Lendas da Catedral)

TALKING FISH
(see: Pez que Habla, El)

TALL TALES OF THE SOUTH
USA (SV) - 2000 - col - scope - 65mm
D: Keith Melton
2.20:1

TANGLED EVER AFTER
USA - 2012 - col - scope - CGI
D: Nathan Greno, Byron Howard
2.39:1

TÉLI REGE
(aka: Wintertime Tale)
Hungary - 1952 - col - scope - 35mm
D: Félix Bodrossy
Plasztikus Film
2.00:1

THE TELL-TALE HEART
USA - 1953 - col
D: Ted Parmelee
[Sometimes credited as a 3-D movie, though this animated short wasn’t filmed or exhibited in a dimensional process]

TEN BELLS
(see: Bells)

THIRD DIMENSIONAL MURDER
USA - 1941 - bw - 35mm
D: George Sidney
Metroscopix
1.37:1

THIS IS BOLEX STEREO
USA - 1953 - col - 16mm
D: Larry Crolins, Harry Reiff, Ewing Krainin, John F. Storr
Bolex Stereo
0.67:1

THIS IS PROGRESS
USA - 1953 - col - 16mm
D: Raphael G. Wolff
Maurer 3-D
1.37:1

THRILLS FOR YOU
(aka: Pennsylvania Railroad’s Magic Movies)
USA - 1939 - bw - 35mm
D: John A. Norling
Loucks & Norling 3-Dimension
1.37:1

THRU’ THE TREES: WASHINGTON D.C.
USA - 1922 - bw - 35mm
D: William Van Doren Kelley
Plasticon 3-D
1.33:1
[Research by 3-D historians Jack Theakston, Jeff Joseph, Bob Furmanek and Daniel L. Symmes reveals that this elusive item was one of only two films produced in the Plasticon 3-D process. Intended for demonstration purposes only, it doesn’t appear to have been publicly exhibited until 2006, when it was reconfigured in dual-35mm for the World 3-D Film Expo II in Hollywood, California. The film comprises material shot in Washington DC and New York City, along with inserts from the only other bona fide Plasticon film, Movies of the Future (1922, qv). As such, this entry has been listed under separate (non-existent) titles for many years: ‘New York City’, ‘Plasticons’ and ‘Washington DC’]

TIME FOR BEANY
(aka: M.L. Gunzburg Presents 3-D)
USA - 1952 - bw - 35mm
D: Arch Oboler
Natural Vision 3-Dimension
1.37:1

A TINKERDOODLE CHRISTMAS
USA (SV) - 2003 - col - CGI
D: Eric Wilson
1.78:1

TO BULGARIA IN WINTER
Зимой в Болгарию

USSR - 1980 - col - 65mm
D: Alexander Melkumov
Stereo 70
1.37:1

TOKYO MATER
USA - 2008 - col - CGI
D: John Lasseter, Rob Gibbs
1.85:1

TOMCAT
(see: Kater)

TORIKO 3-D: BEGIN! THE GOURMET ADVENTURE!!
トリコ 3D 開幕!グルメアドベンチャー!!
Japan - 2011 - col - CGI
D: Junji Shimizu
1.85:1
[This 40-minute short was released on a double-bill with the 30-minute short One Piece 3-D: Mugiwara Chase (One Piece 3-D: Mugiwara Cheisu, 2011, qv) to create a feature-length theatrical  programme]

TORNADO ALLEY
USA (LF) - 2011 - col - 1570
D: Sean Casey
IMAX 3-D
1.44:1

TO THE ARCTIC
USA (LF) - 2012 - col - 1570
D: Greg MacGillivray
IMAX 3-D
1.44:1

TRAKEENA'S REVENGE
(see: Power Rangers: Triple Force!)

TRANSITIONS
Canada (LF) - 1986 - col - 1570
D: Colin Low, Tony Ianzelo
IMAX 3-D
1.44:1

T-REX: BACK TO THE CRETACEOUS
Canada/USA (LF) - 1998 - col - 1570
D: Brett Leonard
IMAX 3-D
1.44:1

TRIAL
*
Finland - 2007 - col - HD
D: Kasimir Lehto, Sami Laitinen

THE TRIAL OF JACK
USA - 2004 - col - 16mm
D: Shari Berman
1.37:1

TRIORAMA
USA - 1953 - col - 16mm
D: Ernst Wildi, David Mange, Milton Fruchtman, Larry Crolins, Harry Reiff, Ewing Krainin, John F. Storr
Bolex Stereo
0.67:1

T2 3-D: BATTLE ACROSS TIME
USA (SV) - 1996 - col - scope - 65mm
D: James Cameron, John Bruno, Stan Winston
2.30:1

TWIRLIGIG
UK/Canada - 1952 - col - 35mm
D: Evelyn Lambart
Stereo Techniques
1.37:1

TWO GUYS FROM TICK RIDGE*
USA - 1972 - col - 16mm
Optovision
1.37:1


U

ULTIMATE FLIGHT: ZAC'S FLYING DREAM
(see: Ultimate G’s)

ULTIMATE G's
(aka: Ultimate Flight: Zac's Flying Dream)
Canada/Japan (LF) - 2000 - col - 870
D: Keith Melton
Iwerks 3-D
1.35:1

THE ULTIMATE WAVE: TAHITI 3-D
USA (LF) - 2010 - col - 1570
D: Stephen Low
IMAX 3-D
1.44:1

ULTRA B: DICTATOR B•B FROM THE BLACK HOLE*
ウルトラB ブラックホールからの独裁者B・B!!
Japan - 1988 - col - 35mm
D: Masuji Harada

UNCLE BILL AND THE DREDGE DWELLERS
(see: Barge Dwellers)

UNDER THE SEA
USA/Canada (LF) - 2009 - col - 1570
D: Howard Hall
IMAX 3-D
1.44:1

THE UNIVERSE: 7 WONDERS OF THE SOLAR SYSTEM*
USA (TV) - 2010 - col
Dimensionalized (2-D to 3-D)
1.78:1
[Originally broadcast in 2-D as part of an ongoing series (The Universe) on The History Channel, then 'dimensionalized' for home video]

UNTITLED FRIESE-GREENE STEREOSCOPIC FILMS
UK - 1893 - bw - 100mm
D: William Friese-Greene
Friese-Greene Stereoscopic Process
1.33:1

UNTITLED LUMIÈRE STEREOSCOPIC FILMS
France - 1934 - bw - 35mm
D: Louis Lumière
Stéréoscopic Lumière
1.37:1

UNTITLED PARAVISION FILM
USA - 1953 - col - 35mm
D: Don Hartman
Paravision
1.37:1
[Promotional item for Paravision, a dual-35mm format developed by Paramount Pictures. The film was shown at trade screenings only, and was never exhibited on a commercial basis. A number of sources mistakenly list the title as ‘Adolph Zukor Introduces VistaVision’, but the film doesn’t appear to have been given an official name, and its subject matter has nothing to do with the large-screen VistaVision process]

UNTITLED PORTER-WADDELL DEMONSTRATION FILM
USA - 1915 - bw - 35mm
D: Edwin S. Porter
Porter-Waddell Stereoscopic Process
1.33:1
[3-D historians Ray Zone and Daniel L. Symmes recently untangled this film’s complex history. It was first screened at the Astor Theater, New York, in June 1915, comprising material often listed as separate entries in their own right - ‘Rural America’ and ‘Niagara Falls’. However, these represent only the subject matter of individual reels within this demonstration, and were never conceived as independent items. The demo also includes stereoscopic footage taken on the set of a 2-D feature film, Jim the Penman (1915), which has caused some confusion over the years, leading most 3-D researchers to believe - erroneously - that part (or all) of JTP was also filmed in 3-D. This is not the case, as Messrs. Zone and Symmes have demonstrated]


V

VÁLEČNÍK BEZ SRDCE
(aka: Warrior Without Heart)
Czech Republic (V) - 2003 - col - video
D: Jaroslav Kasal
Nu-View 3-D (field sequential)
1.33:1
VINCENT
USA - 1982 - bw
D: Tim Burton
[Planned for stereoscopic conversion in 2007 via the Disney Digital 3-D process, as a support item for the dimensional re-release of The Nightmare Before Christmas (see entry in main listing), but the project was scrapped at the very last minute]

VINTAGE '28
UK - 1953 - col - 35mm
D: Robert M. Angell
Stereo Techniques
1.37:1

VIRTUAL ACTORS
(see: Adventures in Animation 3-D)


W

DER WAGEN UND SEIN WERK
(aka: The Car and Its Factory)
W.Germany - 1953 - col - 35mm
D: Curt A. Engel
Raumfilm-System
1.37:1

WAKING THE T. REX: THE STORY OF SUE
USA (LF) - 2010 - col - CGI
D: David Clark
1.44:1

WALK IN THE ZOO
(see: Állatkerti Séta)

A WALK IN THE ZOOLOGICAL GARDEN
(see: Állatkerti Séta)

WARRIOR WITHOUT HEART
(see: Válečník Bez Srdce)

WASHINGTON D.C.
[see: Thru' the Trees: Washington D.C.]

WATER: THE SOURCE OF LIFE
USA - 1984 - col - scope - 65mm
D: Werner Schumann
StereoSpace 2000
2.20:1

WAY DOWN WEST
USA - 1978 - col - 16mm
D: David Starkman
Bolex Stereo
0.67:1

A WAY OF THINKING
USA - 1954 - col - 16mm
D: Floyd Ramsdell
Ramsdell 3-D
1.37:1

WE ARE BORN OF STARS
Canada/Japan (LF) - 1985 - col - CGI
D: Nelson Max
Omnimax 3-D
1.44:1

WEDGES
USA - 1978 - col - Super-8
D: Richard Hollander
Lipton Three-Dimensional Filmmaking System
1.37:1

WEEKEND PANORAMA
USA / 1984 / col / Super-8
D: Owen C. (Wes) Western
Western 3-D
1.66:1

DER WEIßE TRAUM
(aka: The White Dream)
W.Germany - 1953 - col - 35mm
D: Curt A. Engel
Raumfilm-System
1.37:1

WHEN MEN ARE SINGING
Когда поют мужчины

USSR - 1980 - col - 65mm
D: Kheyno Pars
Stereo 70
1.37:1

WHEN THE ISLANDS COME ALIVE
Когда оживают острова

USSR - 1982 - col - 65mm
D: Nelya Gulchuck
Stereo 70
1.37:1

THE WHITE DREAM
(see: Weiße Traum, Der)

WILDERNESS*
Canada (LF) - 1986 - col - 870
Iwerks 3-D
1.35:1

WILD OCEAN
Canada (LF) - 2008 - col - 1570 / 3070 / HD / 35mm
D: Luke Cresswell, Steve McNicholas
IMAX Solido 3-D
3D30
Fusion 3-D
Dual-35mm
1.44:1

THE WILD RIDE
USA - 1977 - col - scope - 35mm
D: Daniel L. Symmes
StereoVision
2.35:1

WILD SAFARI 3-D: A SOUTH AFRICAN ADVENTURE
USA/Belgium (LF) - 2004 - col - 1570
D: Ben Stassen
nWave 3-D
1.44:1

WINGS OF COURAGE
(aka: Les Ailes du Courage)
USA/France (LF) - 1995 - col - 1570
D: Jean-Jacques Annaud
IMAX 3-D
1.44:1

WINGS OVER THE NORTH 4-D: A BUSH PLANE ADVENTURE
(aka: Sky Dog)
Canada (SV) - 2004 - col - 870
D: David Lickley
Iwerks 3-D
1.35:1

THE WINNERS*
USA - 1981 - col - 35mm
StereoVision
1.37:1

WINTERTIME TALE
(see: Téli Rege)

WONDROUS ENCOUNTERS OF A MAGICIAN
(see: Magician’s Adventures, A)

WORKING FOR PEANUTS
USA - 1953 - col - 35mm
D: Jack Hannah
Disney 3-D
1.37:1

WORLD OF YOUTH
(see: Concerto)


X

X-MAS TALE
(see: Cuento de Natividad)


Y

YOSEMITE VALLEY
USA - 1922 - bw - 35mm
D: Harry K. Fairall
Fairall Process
1.33:1

YOU AND STONE CONTAINER
USA - 1953 - col - 16mm
D: Bernard Howard
Bolex Stereo
0.67:1

YOU CAN NEARLY TOUCH IT
(see: Zum Greifen Nah)

YOUR PAW, BEAR
[see: Handshake With a Bear]


Z

ZIEGFELD MIDNIGHT FROLIC
USA - 1929 - bw - 35mm
D: Joseph Stanley
Porter-Waddell Stereoscopic Process (partly)
1.33:1

ZOO SNAPSHOTS
USA - 1953 - col - 16mm
D: J.S. Frieze
Bolex Stereo
0.67:1

ZOWIE
USA - 1925 - bw - 35mm
D: Jacob F. Leventhal
Stereoscopiks
1.33:1

ZUM GREIFEN NAH
(aka: Close Enough to Touch)
(aka: You Can Nearly Touch It)
Germany - 1937 - bw - 35mm
D: Curt A. Engel
Raumfilm-System
1.37:1



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