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Dressed to Kill - Sherlock Holmes in SXS 3D for your 3DTV

The classic Sherlock Holmes film starring Basil Rathbone and Nigel Bruce is now in Converted 3D

Sherlock Holmes sets out to discover why a trio of murderous villains, including a dangerously attractive female, are desperate to obtain three unassuming and inexpensive little music boxes.

Duration: 1.11.55


Instructions for use.

The film is in 1920x1080 Full HD MP4 in the side by side format that works on all 3DTVs

1. Just download the mp4 file
2. Burn the file onto a dvd and then play it on a blu-ray player.
3. Copy the file onto a USB memory stick and plug it into your 3DTV
4. Some 3DTV auto detect the 3D film, or use your remote to turn on 3D and select side by side



My name is Phil Brown (3D Phil)
I am a multi award winning 3D film maker with 30 years experience, I am releasing all of my collection of native 3D side by side anamorphic films that will play on any 3DTV.

Advantages to Digital Download ?

Instant download to your computer, so no waiting
Cheaper to purchase than on disc
No Postage costs.
No damaged discs during delivery
Free lifetime replacement if file is lost



If you dont yet own a 3DTV dont worry, you can still watch these 3D side by side films on your PC by using a pair of the old style Red/Cyan cardboard 3D glasses (contact me to buy a pair) and the free downloadable KMPlayer software, load the MP4 into the KMPlayer, click on the 3D icon and the software will instantly convert the MP4 SXS file into the old style Anaglyph 3D format. The player even allows you to watch the 3D film in 2D if you prefer.

This is a great solution to try out 3D before you purchase a full blown 3DTV.
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File Type MP4
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