In 1932, the Technicolor Corporation created a unique process system to present full-color presentations using images captured only on black-and-white film. Instead of looking to one of the major studios to premiere their full-color process, they looked to Walt Disney and animation. The story of Technicolor and its longtime connection with Walt Disney Productions is the subject […]
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