75 years ago, the New York World's Fair unveiled the World of Tomorrow. One of the most popular exhibits was the first black and white polarized 3-D film.
IN TUNE WITH TOMORROW was shown daily in dual-35mm at the Chrysler Pavilion. Sadly, this landmark film does not survive in 3-D. However, NEW DIMENSIONS, the 3-D follow-up produced for the 1940 season does survive and we have restored it from original 35mm Technicolor elements.
We'll be including that short plus some amazing 3-D color images taken at the Fair in our upcoming Blu-ray release, 3-D RARITIES.
A shame the studios aren't releasing more classic 3-D titles to celebrate the occasion. Warner Home Video likes anniversaries, but from them, nothing.
I see that you will also be including the Beany and Cecil short M.L. GUNZBURG PRESENTS NATURAL VISION 3-DIMENSION in your 3-D RARITIES release because Flicker Alley included a still from it in their 2014 calender, for July.