A few of the experts were muttering in mutinous tones about the Age of 3-D and its ramifications: ¶Producer Nunnally (The Senator Was Indiscreet) Johnson, on writing stories for a wide screen: "Just sit down at the typewriter. Only, from now on, put the paper in sideways."
¶ British Producer Sir Michael (The Man in the White Suit) Balcon: "It bores the pants off me to be worrying about whether I'm seeing a picture out of my left eye or my right."
¶Director George (Shane) Stevens: "[Wide-screen] is a process ideally suited for high-school commencement photographs."
¶ Screenwriter Richard (Titanic) Breen: "For the moment...