Cinema: Third Dimension

The 3-D revolution continued, with some sporadic flare-shooting on the side. ¶ Warner Bros., which stopped production and cut salaries a month ago, announced "44 top-bracket pictures," to be released by September 1954. Since 20 of these have already been completed, actual production will be down about one-third. Warners is preparing a new 3-D system: "widescreen WarnerScope," described as a new process under development for "many years . . . With expansive use of 3-D photography . . . Warner Color and WarnerPhonic Sound ... we have just begun to tap the enormous...

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