Safety Last (excerpt) in 3D

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The 3D Sideshow
Rafael 1 Sat, Oct 4, 2014 11:00 AM
Thrill to these depth-defying shorts-all in 3D-that feature everything from amphibians to puppy dogs, the lives of carnival rides to the life of a refrigerator, and the magic of early-20th-century cinema to the hippest new music videos.
The 3D Sideshow
Sequoia 1 Sun, Oct 12, 2014 11:00 AM
Thrill to these depth-defying shorts-all in 3D-that feature everything from amphibians to puppy dogs, the lives of carnival rides to the life of a refrigerator, and the magic of early-20th-century cinema to the hippest new music videos.
Film Info
Country:US
Running Time:4
Director:Harold Lloyd

Description

Commissioned by his granddaughter, Suzanne Lloyd, this iconic sequence, originally shot in 2D, was magically transformed by the 3D conversion wizards at Legend3D (US, 4 min excerpt).


Additional Information


Fred C. Newmeyer (co-Director) was a professional baseball player from 1909 to 1913 before beginning his career as an extra at Universal. He worked his way up the ladder to become a prop man, then assistant director and, finally, director.

Sam Taylor (co-Director) New York-born writer and director with a penchant for comedy. Sometime after 1920, he joined Hal Roach as a full screenwriter, eventually becoming an integral part of Harold Lloyd's writing staff. Taylor directed Laurel & Hardy in one of their last features, Nothing But Trouble (1944).