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September Storm 3D


The long-lost 1960 3-D and Cinemascope feature September Storm is back, fully restored by the 3-D Film Archive!  New DCP now available!

This drama of treasure hunters exploring the Mediterranean Sea was the last 3-D picture filmed in the 1950s, and the first to be released in 3-D CinemaScope. Hoping to impress New York model Joanne Dru, sailor Asher Dann borrows his boss’s boat; con men Mark Stevens and Robert Strauss convince the couple to search for a fortune in sunken gold coins. Director Byron Haskin is best known for the 1953 classic THE WAR OF THE WORLDS; the script is by noir legend W. R. Burnett (THE ASPHALT JUNGLE, HIGH SIERRA). The first feature to include color underwater 3-D footage, SEPTEMBER STORM was long considered lost until the original negative elements were located for this digital restoration. – American Cinematheque


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  • 2016 interview by 3-D SPACE with September Storm co-star Asher Dann
  • Color theatrical trailer for the flat 1960 release
  • Black and white 60 second TV spot for the 1960 3-D release
  • The Adventures of Sam Space, aka Space Attack, a comedy short originally released with September Storm
  • Harmony Lane, a previously lost British short from 1953,
  • 1995 interview by Tony Sloman with Harmony Lane director Lewish Gilbert
Year: 1960
Running Time: 99
Aspect Ratio: 2.39:1
Color Type: Color
Country: U.S.
Language: English

Label: Kino Lorber


Joanne Dru
Mark Stevens
Robert Strauss

Directed by Byron Haskin

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