Revolution in Color?

REVOLUTION IN THE CINEMA—screamed the Paris-Presse. Le Parisien Libéré went one better: MOVIES IN BLACK AND WHITE ARE DEAD.

The subject of such superheated ban-nerlines last week was a new colored movie process called Rouxcolor. Though hardly as colossal as the excitable French puffs made out, the first Rouxcolor films made moviemen sit up & take notice. To many they seemed sharper and more nearly faithful to natural color values than Technicolor itself. Furthermore, Rouxcolor is an impressive cost-cutter: it can be made with an ordinary black& -white camera equipped with a...

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