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Technicolor

Tech·ni·col·or / ˈtekniˌkələr/ • n. trademark a process of color cinematography using synchronized monochrome films, each of a different color, to produce a movie in color. ∎  (technicolor) inf. vivid color: [as adj.] a technicolor bruise. DERIVATIVES: tech·ni·col·ored adj.

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Technicolor

Technicolor Trade name of the colour film process invented by Herbert T. Calmus and Daniel F. Comstock, still used in the majority of motion pictures. A primitive Technicolor first appeared in 1917, and in 1933 Walt Disney used three-colour Technicolor for the animated film Flowers and Trees.

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