02 Feb 2023
Collection 3D Arсhive
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Collection 3D Arсhive

Did you know that for the first time 3D technologies in cinema appeared back in the 1920s, and the first stereo film shown publicly commercially was in 1922. 

The installation of two film cameras assembled on one "rig" was developed by the film producer Harry Fairall and cinematographer Robert Elder.

The motion picture "The Power of Love", which was released in 1922 in the USA in the era of silent cinema, was not only the first 3D film, but also the first interactive film. Stereo glasses with light filters were used for viewing, and two projectors broadcast the movie at once. At the same time, the viewer had the opportunity to choose the ending of the film — a happy ending or a tragic ending: the choice could be made by closing the right or left eye — the projectors in this case broadcast not a combined image for the 3d effect, but completely different episodes.

The short-term "Golden Age" of stereo cinema began in 1952. It was then that the first color stereoscopic film Bwana Devil was released, which was shown using a dual projector. Due to the fact that such a projector could only hold the film for an hour of screening, cinemas arranged intermissions. Either on purpose or by accident, but pauses were made in the most interesting places of the film, and the viewer willy-nilly returned to the hall to find out how it ended. The next stereo film was released in 1953 – it became the "House of Wax". In addition to the fact that it was a stereo film, that is, with a "three-dimensional" picture, it also became the first film voiced using stereo technology, that is, with a "three-dimensional" sound.

Creature from the Black Lagoon 3D 1954

A scientific expedition goes into the wilds of the Amazon in search of ancient fossils and encounters an inhabitant of the Black Lagoon - a prehistoric reptile.


House of Wax 3D 1953

Dr. Henry Jared was a genius. He created a magnificent wax museum, filling it with historical characters from Mark Antony and Cleopatra to Lincoln and his killer. But, unfortunately, the museum was not popular and its companion decided to burn everything to get insurance. Trying to save his brainchild, the doctor disappears in the fire.

A few years later, a new museum opens, more like a "Room of Horrors", filled with scenes of murder, violence and torture. His characters are so similar to real people! What is the reason for this incredible similarity? Why do people disappear near the museum?


Kiss Me Kate 3D 1953

Actor and director Fred Graham and Cole Porter are working together on a musical based on the great William Shakespeare's comedy The Taming of the Shrew. They both believe that the only woman capable of playing the obstinate Katerina can only be Lilly Vanessi, Fred's ex-wife. The troubles associated with the production begin when Louis Lane, the composer's new girlfriend, declares that she will play Bianca, Katerina's younger sister.

Playing the role of Petruchio, handsome Fred willingly agrees to prick his ex-wife more painfully. Meanwhile, Louis' dancing partner was Calhoun turns out to be a gambler and signs several thousand dollars' worth of debt on behalf of Fred.On the day of the premiere, two gangsters Lippy and Slug come to get a favor...

The Mask 3D 1961

Driven mad by nightmares, the cause of which, in his opinion, is an ancient mask worn once, a young archaeologist commits suicide. But before that, he sends the mask to his psychiatrist, who will soon also have to plunge into the surreal world of madness, beyond the control of scientific medical explanation.

Taza, Son of Cochise 3D 1954

Rock Hudson plays the main role of Taza, whose father, the legendary Cochise, is dying. Taza promises Cochise that he will be faithful to his ideals, and will support the peaceful traditions of the tribe. But Taza's brother wants to unite the Cochise tribe with another bloodthirsty captive led by Geronimo, who opposes peace with the white settlers. Taza must defeat his brother to keep his word to his father...

The technologies of interaction between the screen and the viewer have been improving and changing since the very beginning of cinema, entertainment is taking on new forms, contact with the public is becoming closer and closer, the realism of the picture exceeds any, the wildest expectations. See the collection 3d arhive on our website.

Creature from the Black Lagoon 3D Blu Ray 1954
A scientific expedition goes to the Amazon in search of ancient fossils and encounters an inhabitant of the Black Lagoon - a prehistoric reptile.
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House of Wax 3D Blu Ray 1953
Dr. Henry Jared was a genius. He created a magnificent 3D wax museum, filling it with historical characters from Mark Antony and Cleopatra to Lincoln and his assassin.
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Kiss Me Kate 3D Blu Ray 1953
The film version of the most popular Broadway musical. Shot in a stereoscopic image, the film was also released in the usual version. Featuring a clever and very funny script, the picture tells about the course of the musical production of The Taming of the Shrew by William Shakespeare and about the events taking place in the lives of the actors involved in the production.
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The Mask 3D Blu Ray 1961
Driven mad by nightmares he believes is caused by an ancient mask he once wore, the young archaeologist commits suicide.
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Taza, Son of Cochise 3D Blu Ray 1954
The movie Taza, Son of Cochise 3D, the two sons of Apache chief cochise (Jeff Chandler) have conflicting views on white people who tremble on their land; Taza (Rock Hudson) advocates peaceful coexistence, but his younger brother naiche (Bart Roberts) joins Geronimo on the warpath
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