By the time Vera Cruz was ready for release, 3-D had pretty well shot its wad and a number of films made in the depth process were shown only in flat versions. Color 3-D films from this era were invariably shown with dual synchronized projectors and Polaroid filters and glasses. This rare image shows a color anaglyph system that allowed for a single film to be used in conjunction with less expensive red-blue glasses. Seen without the glasses, the film looks quite normal, but with them the image suddenly has a very realistic depth. If you've got an old pair of red-blue glasses then view this picture with the lenses oriented as shown below.