Cinecolor and SuperCinecolor Frames

Film Courtesy of Jeff Joseph - Sabucat Productions

Jack and the Beanstalk, 1952, in SuperCinecolor used Eastmancolor negative and an adaptation of the older 2 color printing system which added a third color record. Abbott and Costello's only musical. They also appeared in the SuperCinecolor production, "Abbott and Costello Meet Captain Kidd".

Film Courtesy of Doug Bull

Son of Belle Star, 1953, in Cinecolor. Despite the availability of Eastmancolor and Ansco Color monopack color films since 1949, most Cinecolor product continued to be 2-color prints made from bipack negatives.

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