Cinema: The New Pictures: Mar. 2, 1936

The Trail of the Lonesome Pine (Paramount). In the first full-length Technicolor feature, Becky Sharp (TIME, May 27), the method of Color Director Robert Edmond Jones was to compose the chromatic values of each sequence as if it were a museum piece rather than an episode in a story. In The Trail of the Lonesome Pine, the first Technicolor feature made outdoors, Producer Walter Wanger and Director Henry Hathaway treat the medium with no such self-conscious awe. Sets, costumes and backgrounds are reproduced as far as possible in their natural hues. No...

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