Blu-ray Release: Paravision Dreams: The Golden Age 3-D Films of Pine and Thomas

Blu-ray Release Date: Sept. 6, 2022
Price: Blu-ray $34.99
Studio: Kino Lorber

This collection includes three classic 3-D films in glorious Technicolor! 

SANGAREE (1953) – Fernando Lamas stars as Dr. Carlos Morales, son of an indentured servant, who rises to power in the state of Georgia shortly after the Revolutionary War. Romance, political intrigue and a plague outbreak in Savannah highlight this lush historical drama. Co-starring Arlene Dahl and Patricia Medina. 

Those Redheads from Seattle (1953)

THOSE REDHEADS FROM SEATTLE (1953) – Four ruby-haired, golden-voiced young women arrive in Alaskan Gold Rush territory to help their father run his newspaper—only to find him murdered. The Klondike gets all fired up as these redheads get work at a saloon and search for the killer. Starring Rhonda Fleming, Gene Barry and Agnes Moorehead. 

JIVARO (1954) – Fernando Lamas and Rhonda Fleming team up for this romantic and thrilling adventure, also known as Lost Treasure of the Amazon. Alice Parker (Fleming) arrives at the Brazilian trading outpost of Rio Galdez (Lamas) in search of her fiancé (Richard Denning), an alcoholic engineer who has ventured into treacherous headhunter country on a quest for gold. Co-starring Brian Keith, Rita Moreno and Lon Chaney Jr. 3-D Restorations by 3-D Film Archive.

Special Features:

-January 25, 1955 Lux Radio Theatre Adaptation with Arlene Dahl and Cesar Romero
-Before/After Restoration Demo
-3-D and 2-D Release Trailer

-Audio Commentary by Film Historians Hillary Hess, Greg Kintz, Jack Theakston and Bob Furmanek
-2006 Interview with Rhonda Fleming
-Before/After Restoration Demo
-Theatrical Trailer

-Audio Commentary with Mike Ballew, Hillary Hess, Greg Kintz and Jack Theakston
-A Shot by Shot Stereoscopic Analysis
-Theatrical Trailer

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About Laurence

Founder and editor Laurence Lerman saw Alfred Hitchcock’s North by Northwest when he was 13 years old and that’s all it took. He has been writing about film and video for more than a quarter of a century for magazines, anthologies, websites and most recently, Video Business magazine, where he served as the Reviews Editor for 15 years.