Definitions for "1950s in film"
Films of the 1950s were of a broad scope and wide variety. As a result of the coming of television, the studios and companies sought to put audiences back in theaters. Using the strength of film production, they used a more broad and vast scope in presenting their films through widescreen and big-approach methods, such as Cinemascope, Vista Vision, and Cinerama as well as gimmicks like 3-D film.