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Very first color motion picture images restored

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Very first color motion picture images restored

Postby Charles » Wed Sep 19, 2012 12:10 pm

Take a look at this fascinating video as film technologists and archivists in the UK describe how the very first color moving picture images from as long ago as 1902 have been restored for all the world to watch and enjoy...

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Re: Very first color motion picture images restored

Postby Charles » Fri Sep 21, 2012 1:02 am

More amazing color footage to enjoy from film's earliest days. This is from 1922. It's a test of Kodak's Kodachrome Color Film. This is the heart of silent movie days and everything was in black in white back then. Look at the vibrancy and life of this footage. Imagine if it was in widespread use 90 to 100 years ago.

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