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Technicolor movies : the history of dye transfer printing / by Richard W. Haines.

Jefferson, NC : McFarland and Company, [1993] .
ISBN 9780899508566, 0899508561

Location Call Number Status Consortium Loan
George Washington
Gelman stacks
TR853 .H28 1993 Available Request
Visual Arts Collection (N-NX,TR) Lower Level
TR853 .H28 Available Request
Van Ness stacks
TR 853 .H28 1993 Available Request
George Mason
Fenwick stacks
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Founders Library stacks
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Subjects Color cinematography -- Printing processes -- Dye transfer -- History.
Color cinematography -- Printing processes -- Dye transfer.
Color motion pictures -- United States -- History.
Color motion pictures.
United States.
Description xvi, 152 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Copyright Date [1993]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 145-147) and index.
Contents 1. Two Strip Technicolor. Technicolor Process Number One: Two Strip Additive Color. Technicolor Process Number Two: Two Strip Cemented Positive. Technicolor Process Number Three: Two Strip Dye Transfer. The Matrix. The Blank. Two Strip Technicolor in the Thirties -- 2. Three Strip Technicolor. Technicolor Process Number Four: Three Strip Dye Transfer. Successive Exposure Animation. Live Action Photography. The Three Strip Camera, 1932-1955. Three Strip Matrices. The Gray Printer. Color Timing. Opticals. Reclaim Blank. Color Consultant. Monopack. True Life Adventures. Blue Track Technicolor. 16mm Dye Transfer Prints. The British Lab. The Technicolor Package. Technicolor Films in the Thirties and Forties -- 3. Consent Decree. Distribution Versus Exhibition. The Government Versus Technicolor. Eastmancolor Negative. Other Color Processes. Safety Base Film. Television -- 4. The Fabulous Fifties. Technicolor Process Number Five: Three Strip Dye Transfer Print Derived from Color Negative. Cinerama. 3-D. CinemaScope. VistaVision. Widescreen "Flat" Films. First Generation Opticals. The Wet Gate Optical Printer. Thrillarama. CinemaScope 55. Superscope. Todd AO. Technirama and Super Technirama. Panavision. Other Anamorphic Systems. MGM Camera 65 and Ultra Panavision 70. Technicolor Italiana. End of an Era -- 5. Decline and Demise. This "Was" Cinerama. Kalmus Dies. Techniscope. Super Panavision 70 and Panavision 70. Automatic Selective Printing. Sovscope 70. 8mm and Super 8mm Dye Transfer. Technicolor on Television. Color Reversal Internegative. Demise. Technicolor Process Number Six: Eastmancolor. Purge. Decline in Exhibition. The Platter. Fallout -- 6. Eastmancolor Today. Continuous High Speed Contact Printer. The Beijing Film Lab.
Genre History.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)28634844
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Haines, Richard W., 1957-
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