War Movie “Cease Fire!” (1953) 

“Cease Fire!” (1953) – One-Of-A-Kind 3-D Korean War Battlefield Combat Drama

One of the most unusual 3-D movies ever made, “Cease Fire!” began as an idea by director Owen Crump, who scripted military-themed short films for Warner Brothers during WW2. Crump approached producer Hal B. Wallis (“Casablanca”) with his concept for Cease Fire! Shooting a dramatic war film – using real U.S. Army Soldiers and being shot ON the battlefield during an active time of war.

Most 3-D movies of the era used the format to accentuate and exaggerate artifice. Cease Fire! is the rare production to employ the stereoscopic process to heighten reality, emphasizing the brutality of combat, the vastness of a cold, unfamiliar terrain and the isolation felt by a patrol of valiant fighting men. Part documentary, part drama and part cinéma vérité, Cease Fire! still remains a unique and remarkable achievement in filmmaking.

Originally released in theaters on November 24, 1953. For education, entertainment, enlightenment and inspiration. We hope you enjoy and even learn something. Never forget!
Credit to : LionHeart FilmWorks

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