3-D Movies: A History and Filmography of Stereoscopic Cinema (McFarland Classics) (Paperback)
3-D Movies is the first full and accurate history of the 3-D film from the earliest part of the twentieth century to the present. Full technical specifications are included, sometimes with equipment photos. An exhaustive filmography covers over 200 films with never-before-published credits and details.
The serious researcher and 3-D fan alike will be delighted to find here details unavailable from any other source on such features as The Creature from the Black Lagoon, Dial M for Murder, House of Wax, Captain EO, Metalstorm, Hondo, Kiss Me Kate, Miss Sadie Thompson.... The book is profusely illustrated with stills, ad illustrations and behind-the-scenes photos.
The late R.M. Hayes was a commercial ads producer in Atlanta, Georgia.