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    Gallery | (23 images)

    Blood and Sand (1941)

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    Night and Day (1946)

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    La Cucaracha (1934)

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    Becky Sharp (1935)

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    Black Narcissus (1947)

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    Blanche Fury (1948)

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    A Star Is Born (1937)

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    The Mikado (1939)

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    Wilson (1944)

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    The Red Shoes (1948)

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    Heaven Can Wait (1943)

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    Huntley, John (1949): British Technicolor Films. Cornhill, London: Skelton Robinson, on pp. 106–107.

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    Huntley, John (1949): British Technicolor Films. Cornhill, London: Skelton Robinson, on pp. 19–20.

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    Merritt, Russell (2008): Crying in Color. How Hollywood Coped When Technicolor Died. In: Journal of the National Film and Sound Archive, Australia, 3,2/3, pp. 1–16, on pp. 7–8.

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    Merritt, Russell (2008): Crying in Color. How Hollywood Coped When Technicolor Died. In: Journal of the National Film and Sound Archive, Australia, 3,2/3, pp. 1–16, on p. 7.

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    Merritt, Russell (2008): Crying in Color. How Hollywood Coped When Technicolor Died. In: Journal of the National Film and Sound Archive, Australia, 3,2/3, pp. 1–16, on p. 7.

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    Merritt, Russell (2008): Crying in Color. How Hollywood Coped When Technicolor Died. In: Journal of the National Film and Sound Archive, Australia, 3,2/3, pp. 1–16, pp. 1–6.

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    Merritt, Russell (2008): Crying in Color. How Hollywood Coped When Technicolor Died. In: Journal of the National Film and Sound Archive, Australia, 3,2/3, pp. 1–16, on pp. 1–6.

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    O’Brien, Charles (2013): Color as Image Schema. Technicolor Number 3 in King of Jazz. In: Simon Brown, Sarah Street and Liz Watkins (eds.): Color and the Moving Image. History, Theory, Aesthetics, Archive. New York, London: Routledge, pp. 37–46.

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    Keating, Patrick (2010): Hollywood Lighting from the Silent Era to Film Noir. Columbia University Press: New York, on pp. 208–221.

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    Keating, Patrick (2010): Hollywood Lighting from the Silent Era to Film Noir. Columbia University Press: New York, on pp. 201–205.