30 Days of 3D: DAY 3

The first presentation of a 3D motion picture for a paid audience took place at New York’s Astor Theatre in 1915.  It featured a nature travelogue along with selected scenes from the Famous Players feature “Jim the Penman,” reshot in 3D.  The presentation was presented in anaglyph.

Special thanks to Andrew Woods of Curtin University of Technology and Ray Zone of The 3-D Zone for confirming this fact.

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