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According to the extensive research by the 3-D Film Archive, Jim the Penman (1915) and The Morals of Marcus (1915) were both presented in anaglyphic 3-D format June 10, 1915 at the Astor Theater in New York.
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Was not shot in 3-D as previously reported. According to the Moving Picture World, some test footage was shot of (among other things) John Mason enacting scenes from the film (although not specifically from the film). Marie Doro has often been miscredited as being in "Jim the Penman," but was actually a subject of another test. "Jim the Penman" as a feature was shot flat and released flat only.
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