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Old 06-10-2019, 08:36 PM   #21
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I would like to order this separate from the Kickstarter. It's a cool endeavor but one I'm not interested in. When are preorders for Vol. II slated to go up?
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Still too early for pre-orders I believe, but I'm looking forward to the line up of short 3D films included on the 3-D Rarities 2 disc.
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The film is the main feature with 65 minutes of 3D shorts. Should be good.
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Old 06-11-2019, 06:21 AM   #24
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I would like to order this separate from the Kickstarter. It's a cool endeavor but one I'm not interested in. When are preorders for Vol. II slated to go up?
They have to finish funding the restoration first. ETA for Rarities Vol. II says March 2020 on the Kickstarter page.
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Old 06-14-2019, 06:25 PM   #26
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They have to finish funding the restoration first. ETA for Rarities Vol. II says March 2020 on the Kickstarter page.
Was it pushed back? I thought it was slated for this fall?
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Was it pushed back? I thought it was slated for this fall?
Yes, Pushed back.
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Old 06-16-2019, 07:23 AM   #28
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Yes, Pushed back.
That's too bad. But I'm sure it will be even better for it. And we have others coming to keep us busy until then.
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Old 06-17-2019, 02:13 AM   #29
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Don't worry. It will come out and it will be worth the wait.
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Don't worry. It will come out and it will be worth the wait.
undoubtedly. I can wait for the final product, but I'm dying to learn more about the lineup.

There've been hints and various comments and whisperings about the set for a while now, and I'm intrigued to know what it all adds up to.

... such as this post from last year:
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In gathering material for our 3-D RARITIES II release in late 2018 from Flicker Alley, we've just found 15 minutes of unknown 35mm left and right camera outtakes from a lost Golden Age 3-D film! So far, there are no matches for actual 3-D footage but there might be more rolls where these were found.

I've been looking for rare 3-D material for more than 40 years and STILL get excited with this kind of discovery. Footage is out there, just waiting to be found and restored. The search goes on.

Keep your fingers crossed!

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undoubtedly. I can wait for the final product, but i'm dying to learn more about the lineup.

There've been hints and various comments and whisperings about the set for a while now, and i'm intrigued to know what it all adds up to.

... Such as this post from last year:
top banana?
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Old 06-24-2019, 09:36 PM   #32
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A new feature has been announced for this! I'd say it here but I'm no stooge!
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Old 06-25-2019, 12:04 AM   #33
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top banana?

who knows?


My first thought was of some Son of Sinbad 3D outtakes that were shown a number of years ago, and that there might have been more where those came from, but that's probably a longshot. Mostly I'm just curious about all this footage emerging, whether it was the tip of an iceberg, or the last remnants, whether matches were found, as well as curious about other footage mentioned elsewhere. Exciting to consider the possibilities.


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A new feature has been announced for this! I'd say it here but I'm no stooge!

I never doubted, - you were right about this one Rob!

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects.../posts/2545007
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who knows?


My first thought was of some Son of Sinbad 3D outtakes that were shown a number of years ago, and that there might have been more where those came from, but that's probably a longshot. Mostly I'm just curious about all this footage emerging, whether it was the tip of an iceberg, or the last remnants, whether matches were found, as well as curious about other footage mentioned elsewhere. Exciting to consider the possibilities.





I never doubted, - you were right about this one Rob!

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects.../posts/2545007
Third Dimensional Murder is mentioned in the link above. That also would be great to see as I have only seen the anaglyph version that looks terrible on TCM.
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Third Dimensional Murder is mentioned in the link above. That also would be great to see as I have only seen the anaglyph version that looks terrible on TCM.
I too would badly love to get that one in a 3DFA restoration. Alas, as an MGM short it's owned by Warner Bros., which in recent years has been radio-silent on the 3D front. No doubt Bob is efforting things.
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Old 06-27-2019, 01:05 AM   #36
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Third Dimensional Murder is mentioned in the link above. That also would be great to see as I have only seen the anaglyph version that looks terrible on TCM.

... if only that were a confirmation. I'm sure the 3-D Film Archive would be happy to include it on one of their releases were it a possibility.

The anaglyph version can also be found on youtube, and could definitely benefit the kind of remastering that 3DFA have done on other originally anaglyph projects. As is, it just doesn't work, even by anaglyph standards. I tried 3 different sets of glasses.
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... if only that were a confirmation. I'm sure the 3-D Film Archive would be happy to include it on one of their releases were it a possibility.

The anaglyph version can also be found on youtube, and could definitely benefit the kind of remastering that 3DFA have done on other originally anaglyph projects. As is, it just doesn't work, even by anaglyph standards. I tried 3 different sets of glasses.
You would think WB would at least allow the 3-D Film Archive to include something like Third Dimensional Murder on Rarities II. I mean, it's not like WB will ever do something with it themselves. Again, it's almost the same nonsense that's being perpetrated by Wade Williams.

But I must say, I'm really looking forward to seeing A Day in the Country. I'm sure that is something I'll be watching again and again.
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Old 08-26-2019, 10:13 PM   #38
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Rumor is that it will be released commercially in March of 2020. Anybody have any info (Bob?) as to when it will go out to the $100+ supporters on the kickstarter?
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Old 08-26-2019, 11:09 PM   #39
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Campaign organizer Eric Kurland at 3-D Space will announce the official date via Kickstarter just as soon as we have that locked in.

We are about 95% finished with the feature restoration and it looks spectacular.

Thanks!
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Rumor is that it will be released commercially in March of 2020. Anybody have any info (Bob?) as to when it will go out to the $100+ supporters on the kickstarter?
That late? I thought it was very early 2020. I would have said very early was January or February at the latest.
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