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- Subject: Bravo, Technicolor
- From: JimErkson at aol.com
- Date: Sun, 22 Jun 1997 17:57:08 -0400 (EDT)
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I saw Batman & Robin this weekend, and was absolutely enthralled by the look
of the print. Noting that Technicolor was featured in the credits, I did a
bit of research today and discovered that this film is one of the first in a
revival of the Technicolor die-transfer process.
The fact that I went to see this movie with no prior knowledge of the
revival of this process, and was moved enough by the look of it to say "wow"
a couple of times during the showing, is perhaps testiment to superiority of
I will be counting the days to the re-issue of "The Wizard of Oz"
No, I am in no way affiliated with Technicolor, etc.-etc.
Jim Erickson, Colorist, Colorlab
** thanks to 525 Post for contributing to the TIG in 1997
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