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Sam and His Musket (1935). Anson-Dyer’s colour cartoon, produced by Anglia Films Ltd.
Credit: Courtesy of BFI National Archive. Photographs by Barbara Flueckiger.
All the Fun of the ‘air (1937)
“ADVERTISING. Animated advertising film for Bush radios, to the tune of “The Old Bull and Bush”. People walking to a fair on Hampstead Heath. Comic interludes from the fair; swings, coconut shy, snake charmer etc. A couple enter the “Old Bull and Bush Inn”. CU the sign inn, a bee stings the bull, which runs off; the bush springs to life and recommends Bush radios (272).” (NFA Catalogue).
Credit: Courtesy of BFI National Archive. Photograph by Barbara Flueckiger.
Original Technical Papers and Primary Sources
Fernstrom, Ray (1936): Introducing Dunning Color. In: International Photographer, November 1936, pp. 10, 28, 30.
Brown, Simon (2012): Technical Appendix. In: Sarah Street: Colour Films in Britain. The Negotiation of Innovation 1900-55. Basingstoke, Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 259-287, on p. 271.
Frost, George; Oppenheim, S. Chesterfield (1960): Technical History of Professional Color Motion Pictures. The Patent, Trademark and Copyright Foundation, George Washington University, Washington, D.C., 1960, p. 37. (Mimeographed.). (according to Ryan 1977: 112)
Klein, Adrian Bernhard = Cornwell-Clyne (1940): Colour Cinematography. Boston: American Photographic Pub. Co., 2nd revised edition, p. 227.
Limbacher (1969): Four Aspects of the Film. A History of the Development of Color, Sound, 3-D and Widescreen Films and Their Contribution to the Art of the Motion Picture. New York: Brussel & Brussel 1969, p. 45.
Nowotny, Robert A. (1983): The Way of All Flesh Tones. A History of Color Motion Picture Processes, 1895-1929. New York: Garland Pub., p. 273.
Ryan, Roderick T. (1977): A History of Motion Picture Color Technology. London: Focal Press, p. 106.