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The early 1940s

By the early 1940s, every major Hollywood studio was employing the Technicolor process, exemplified by the dazzling spectacles being produced by 20th Century-Fox and M-G-M, including:
  • The Gang’s All Here (1943) – Busby Berkeley’s first film in color
  • Ziegfeld Follies (1945) – a lavish all-star revue film


The Gang's All Here

Director: Busby Berkeley
Studio: 20th Century Studios

Ziegfeld Follies

Director: Lemuel Ayers
Director: Roy Del Ruth
Director: Robert Lewis
Studio: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer & Loews Cineplex Entertainment


The Gang's All Here

Ziegfeld Follies
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