More Lost 3-D Has Surfaced
A Once Burst Bubble Is Happily Restored
Here was something new from maverick producer Arch Oboler, a Fourth Dimension to top the Three he had pioneered in first depth feature that was Bwana Devil in 1952. Over a decade had passed since 3-D's tide went out. Oboler was dealt dirt by partners from Bwana Devil and spent much of 1953-54 in courts. For visionary he was, Arch got short shrift and little credit for dollars mostly made by others. The Bubble was meant to restore his leadership in depth fields and show 1966 how effective improved 3-D could be. His "Fourth" dimension amounted to objects that could seemingly "float" off the screen and into audience space. It should have been a click, was in several opener dates, but somehow the ball dropped, and The Bubble wound a casualty of perhaps doggy distribution. Whatever the reason, it disappeared.
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