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How did movies change to compete with tv in the 1950's?

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They went to a wide screen format to have an advantage over the square box of a TV screen.
Movies Became 3D in the 1950's to lure in the dwindling customers, also to improve the movie going thrill movie theaters showed full color wide screen movies as well
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