To Hollywood, Technicolor is a magic word. On movie marquees, it automatically increases the gross of a film as much as 25%. But during the booming war years the word was not so magical to Technicolor, Inc. Hampered by strikes and shortages, its earnings were just soso.

Last week, Technicolor, Inc. proudly announced that the old magic was finally working for it too. In its annual report, the company reported record net profits of $1,422,752 in 1947, more than three times those of 1946. What was even better, Technicolor was booked up solid...

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