In pictures: The history of 3D cinema and 3D television

We look at the evolution of 3D cinema and the rise of 3D TV

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What’s considered the best example of the 3D process? Why, none other than Alfred Hitchcock’s Dial M for Murder, of course. This film was available in 3D when released in 1954, but there are no known play-dates in 3D due to Warner Bros instating a 3D/2-D release policy. The film finally screened in 3D in 1980, and it did so well that it was rereleased in 3D two years later.

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