Voice from the past...
Today was a highlight at the 3-D Expo, as we saw a program with most all of the 3-D cartoons produced before the 60's, introduced by Jerry Beck. Most notably, Ward Kimball and Chas. Nichols' "Melody" and Jack Hannah's "Working for Peanuts." A wonderful, once-in-a-lifetime experience! Mind you, the rest was also very interesting, including Halas & Batchelor's peculiar "The Owl and the Pussicat", an abstract Norman McLaren, a Woody Woodpecker, Bugs Bunny, and (in outer space), Casper the Friendly Ghost and Popeye! Wow!
Reminds me of a CG Omnimax teaser called "Jasper" that we at
A. Film did around 2000. It was only screened once, at the introduction of the new Danish 3-D system called ColorCode3D, at the Danish Planetarium, which was a big affair.