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Technicolor redesign camera and printing process for The Toll of the Sea

After The Gulf Between, Technicolor returned to the laboratory for five more years of research. The result was an entirely redesigned camera and printing process as well as a new feature-length demonstration film.

The release prints of The Toll of the Sea (1922) incorporated the color into the film print itself, eliminating the need for special projection equipment and allowing them to be shown in any theater in the world.

Director

Chester M. Franklin

Studio

Technicolor

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