Movies we might consider seeing in 3D
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Year first released: 1952
Director: Arch Oboler
Why we'd consider: Nobody's going to say that this 1952 chestnut, which was based on the same true story as 1996's lion-run-amuck drama "The Ghost and the Darkness," is a great movie, but it made history as the first 3-D feature-length movie and it would be intriguing and retro-charming to see how the old-process technology could be tinkered with, assuming the original elements still exist. Plus, who wouldn't want to see a movie with the tagline "A LION in your lap! A LOVER in your arms!" We would also accept a reprocessed re-release of "House of Wax," and no, not the Paris Hilton one.
- Daniel Fienberg