|Directed by||William Castle|
|Produced by||Sam Katzman|
|Screenplay by||Robert E. Kent|
|Story by||Robert E. Kent|
|Music by||Ross DiMaggio|
|Cinematography||Lester H. White, Lothrop B. Worth|
|Edited by||William A. Lyon|
|Distributed by||Columbia Pictures|
|May 29, 1953|
|Box office||$2.6 million|
Fort Ti is a 1953 American 3-D Western film directed by William Castle, and starring George Montgomery and Joan Vohs. Written by Robert E. Kent, the film is the first Western to be released in 3-D and the first 3-D feature to be released in Technicolor by a major studio. Fort Ti was produced by Esskay Pictures Corporation, and was distributed by Columbia Pictures in the United States.
- George Montgomery as Capt. Jedediah Horn
- Joan Vohs as Fortune Mallory
- Irving Bacon as Sgt. Monday Wash
- James Seay as Mark Chesney
- Ben Astar as François Leroy
- Phyllis Fowler as Running Otter
- Howard Petrie as Maj. Robert Rogers
- Cicely Browne as Bess Chesney
- Lester Matthews as Lord Jeffrey Amherst
- George Leigh as Capt. Delecroix
- Louis Merrill as Raoul de Moreau
- Rusty Hamer as Jed's nephew (uncredited)
3-D supervision was by M.L. Gunzburg, creator of the Natural Vision 3-D system that had initiated the 3-D boom, previously used on Bwana Devil and House of Wax. The film was shot at Columbia Studios and on location in Utah and Southern California.
Fort Ti earned an estimated $2.6 million domestically during its first year of release.
In 1982, Fort Ti became the first 3-D film to be broadcast on television in the United Kingdom. The following year, it became the first 3-D film to be broadcast on television in the United States along with the Three Stooges 3-D short Pardon My Backfire.
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