a 3-D Movie and Video 20 Year Retrospective
No collection is complete without this incredible assortment of
rare material. The SCSC DVD contains well over one hour of 3-D fun,
including short films, videos and computer generated imagery. Plus, its
field sequential 3-D format can be viewed with readily
available, inexpensive hardware. Get your copy now! A portion of
the proceeds of the sales of this item go to support the Stereo Club of Southern
California. This DVD is in field sequential 3D format.
For use with our shutter glasses or 3D
HMD displays. Never before offered at this price!
||SCSC 3D DVD
SCSC 3-D DVD contains clips from the following 3-D movies and videos:
Olypmpics -- Bill Shepard Nature Trail -- Owen Western Weekend
Panorama -- Ray Hannisian Hot Air Ballooning in the Colorado
Rockies -- Ray Hannisian Travels in Guatemala -- VRex
Concerto in 3-D -- Oliver Dean An Afternoon of Culture at the
Dorothy Chandler -- Ray Zone Main Street Electrical Parade --
Al Razutis Meditations --Al Razutis Nagual -- Al Razutis Virtual
Flesh -- Al Razutis Statues -- Larry Ashley Skate 3-D
-- Stereomedia Productions New Dimensions in Transportation --
Ray Hannisian A Night at the Opera -- Ray Hannisian Utah’s
Canyon Lands, Baja Peninsula -- VRex Robo Jones -- Ron Labbe A
Better Mousetrap -- VRex Elysium -- Don Radovich Terror in
the Archives -- VRex V-Rex Promo Reel -- VRex Space Rescue
-- VRex Wreck of the Rhone -- i-Art Corp. Fairy Tale --
Aaron Ross Cruise the Circuit -- Ray Hannisian A Virtual Visit
to New York -- Tom Riederer Ocean Adventure -- Harold Baize Burning
Man 3-D: A Burning Question -- Peter G. Hanson Make Your Mark
following bonus material:
John Hart Getting
into 3-D Movies -- Alan Williams The Bolex Stereo 16mm --
Larry Brown The Elgeet Stereo 16mm -- Scott Stephen Direct
Anaglyph -- David Starkman & Susan Pinsky The Formation of
the SCSC Movie Division -- Owen Western Over/Under Elmo Super 8mm
-- Bill Shepard The Powell Unit for Over/Under Super 8mm --
Oliver Dean Consumer 3-D Video -- Ray Zone The 3-D Oeuvre
minutes running time, Color, NTSC, 4:3, 3-D Field Sequential, English
||SCSC 3D DVD
Read what R.M.
Hayes says about some of these films in:
Movies, A History and Filmography of Stereoscopic Cinema
The III-D Olympiad (
Stereo Club of Southern California; February 20, 1986). Filmed in
Elgeet Stereo (16mm side-by-side .67:1). Director Alan D. Williams.
Script Tony Alderson, Alan D. Williams and members of the crew and
cast. Narration and music Oliver Dean and Alan D. Williams.
Cinematographers Stuart Weisbuch and David Starkman. Cameras Box
H16 and Éclair ACL. Production Manager John Hart. Art Director
Tony Alderson. Wardrobe Daphne Shepard. Budget Director Oliver
Dean. Continuity Bill Shepard. Props Susan Pinsky.
A Movie Division of the Stereo Club
of Southern California production. Filmed in Los Angeles. Kodachrome
25 (Yale Labs). Optical sound. 6 minutes.
Cast: Holly Weisbuch, Earl Colgan,
Alan D. Williams, David Starkman, Bill Shepard, Oliver Dean, Susan
Pinsky, Stuart Weisbuch, Daphne Shepard and George Skelley.
This amateur production, the first
movie by the Stereo Club of Southern California, was not released
theatrically but has been publicly exhibited. It spoofed the Los
Angeles Olympics in a series of unconnected, comic outdoor sports
events including the backwards race, the javelin catch, the standing
race and the long, long, long jump among others. Some of the
"amateurs" involved in the production have also been
associated with professional filmmaking.
-- p. 347
Nature Trail (June
28, 1986). Filmed in Powell 3-D (super 8 side-by-side version 1.33:1).
Producer David Jantzow. Director and 3-D cinematographer Bill
Shepard. Writers David Jantzow, Bill Shepard and Daphne Shepard.
Suggested by "Nature Trail to Hell in 3-D" by "Weird
Al" Yankovic. 3-D technology Marc Powell. Camera Chinon.
Filmed in Southern California. Kodachrome 40 (Ektachrome prints by
Yale Labs). Magnetic sound. 3 minutes, 55 seconds.
Cast: Sherry MacCarthy, Amy Shepard
and Michelle Vensky (Nature Trail cheerleaders), Gary Shelby (Jason
Voorhees), Butch Barbata (Ro-Man) and David Youngberg (Smoky the
This amateur short, a parody of
Friday the 13th-Part III (q.v.) and National Forest Service
television commercials was not released theatrically but was publicly
exhibited. The story: Three high school cheerleaders hiking down a
nature trail are attacked by Jason who murders one with an axe while
the other two escape only to be set upon by Ro-Man who rips the arm
off one and throws it into the bushes where it is eaten by a giant
rat. The third cheerleader lights a fire to warm and comfort her, but
she is reprimanded by Smoky the Bear. They walk off in the horizon,
arm in arm, followed by Jason and Ro-Man also arm in arm. Extremely
-- p. 276
(Western; August 1984) Filmed in Western 3-D (Super 8 side-by-side
vertical 1.66:1). Filmmaker Owen C. (Wes) Western
Kodachrome 40 (Technicolor through
Tru-Color). Magnetic sound.
This amateur short was not released
theatrically but has had extremely wide exhibition to numerous
organizations and clubs. It was filmed with a substantially modified
Elmo ESM-1 Stereo Movie Unit (see photo on page 367). This film is a
collection of entertaining things to do in the Southern California
area and includes a drive through Balboa Park in San Diego, various
performers in the park, the Imperial Beach sand castle building
championships and hot-air ballooning in the north country.
-- p. 365