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Stereoscopic Films of the Silent Era

Please note that this is a database of information on films produced in the silent era of world cinema. This is not a listing of available exhibition prints or home video products, since we currently do not rent or sell either.

 
Updated 8 March 2011
 

Friese-Greene
Stereoscopic Process Films

[Friese-Greene Stereoscopic Cinematography Experiment] (1893)

Porter-Waddell
Dual-Strip Anaglyphic Stereoscopic Process Films

Niagara Falls (1915)
[Oriental Dance] (1915)
Rural America (1915)
[Scenes of New York and New Jersey] (1915)

Crespinel
Stereoscopic Process Films

[Crespinel Stereoscopic Film] (1921)

Plasticon
Anaglyphic Stereoscopic Process Films

New York City (1922)
Plasticons (1922)
Washington, D.C. (1923)

Fairhall-Elder
Dual-Strip Anaglyphic Process Films

The Power of Love (1922)

Teleview
Single-Strip Eclipse Process Films

M.A.R.S. (1922)

Parkes?
Single-Strip Anaglyphic Process Films

Grand Canyon (1923)

Ives-Leventhal
Single-Strip Anaglyphic Process Films

Plastigrams (1922)
Luna-cy (1925)
Ouch! (1925)
The Runaway Taxi (1925)
Zowie (1925)

Stereoscopic Process
Single-Strip Anaglyphic Process Films

Ship of Souls (1925)

Debrie
Dual-Strip Anaglyphic Process Films

Napoléon (1927)

Porter-Waddell
Single-Strip Anaglyphic Process Films

Ziegfeld Midnight Frolic (1929)

Unknown
Single-Strip Anaglyphic Process Films

Heartbound (1925)

 

Erroneously Listed Elsewhere
As Stereoscopic Films

Lumière
Experimental Process Films

L’arrivée du train (1903)

Famous Players Film Company
Standard Process Films

Jim the Penman (1915)

Parolini
Experimental Process Films

Rêve d’opium (1921)
Faust (1922)

 

Other Undocumented Stereoscopic Processes

E.W. Hammons-Stewart Natural Vision Process
Developed 1929?
References: Variety-19291106 p. 9.

 
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