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Very cute - Kodak 1922 Kodachrome Film test (video)

 
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Very cute - Kodak 1922 Kodachrome Film test (video)
Color film test from 1922 transports viewers back to the silent era.
The Jazz Age springs to life in a hazy palette of soft colors in an early Kodachrome color screen test in New Jersey from 1922. Actresses Mae Murray, Hope Hampton and Mary Eaton still shine in the preserved piece of film history as movie buffs anxiously await the 2013 Oscars.
Pretty actresses appear rosy but pale - nearly translucent - as ethereal hues flicker across forgotten film frames, close to a century old.
As the Academy Awards approach, some cinephiles have rediscovered one of the earliest known pieces of color film while retracing the medium's history.



Sabrina Negri, a film student from Italy, preserved the early Kodachrome color film from 1922 at the Haghefilm archive in Amsterdam in 2009.
Silent film sirens Mae Murray from "The Merry Widow" and Hope Hampton from "The Gold Diggers" - no strangers to the camera lens - lapped up the warm lighting and attention at Paragon Studios in Fort Lee, NJ
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People back in those times were so classy.
If something can corrupt you, you're corrupted already.

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THOMAS PAINE (1737-1809)

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Re: Very cute - Kodak 1922 Kodachrome Film test (video)
People back in those times were so classy.
 Quoting: TDJ



Tks. is true in this video shines magic and beauty Smiley
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People back in those times were so classy.
 Quoting: TDJ


Hollywood was just as scummy then as it is now. Full of lesbians, homos and child molesters. The Hollywood Jew Mob had a tight grip on the town in the early days. It was like Las Vegas was in it's infancy. If you stepped out of line you wound up bleeding in an alley or dead. It was only when the Jew Mob discovered that any publicity is good publicity that they began to lighten up and allow people like Hedda Hopper to write and speak honestly about what was really going on.
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Re: Very cute - Kodak 1922 Kodachrome Film test (video)
Impressive in many ways, worth watching.
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Re: Very cute - Kodak 1922 Kodachrome Film test (video)
Impressive in many ways, worth watching.
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Oh, yes Smiley
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Thank you, I've been interested in motion picture history lately, good to see this.
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Re: Very cute - Kodak 1922 Kodachrome Film test (video)
Thank you, I've been interested in motion picture history lately, good to see this.
 Quoting: Vision Thing


I'm glad you appreciated Smiley
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Re: Very cute - Kodak 1922 Kodachrome Film test (video)
Kodak was told about the fallout...
It was screwing up the negatives.
No whistleblowers, there.
The people were not told.



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In 1997, when the National Cancer Institute acting under congressional directive assessed milk contamination, it found that fallout from the tests would eventually cause between 11,000 and 212,000 thyroid cancers. The cancer risk fell primarily to those who had been children, with girls being at twice the risk of boys. Those who believed that they were leading healthy farm lives by drinking fresh milk got the highest doses.

An atomic Kodak moment was playing out in a parallel political and economic universe in the very same period. The photographic film company found its film was getting fogged because the corn husks it was using to make packaging had become contaminated with fallout. Kodak threatened to sue. The government quickly provided data on anticipated patterns of fallout to Kodak and the rest of the photographic film industry so they could protect their products.[8] Was it because Kodak knew too much? Was it because film was more precious than milk?



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I also want to thank the chairman and ranking member for
holding this hearing. I share the concern of many constituents
and people across the nation who have been horrified to learn
of the radiation ``experiments'' on unknowing citizens
perpetrated by our government. Of course, it was a different
world in the 1940's and 1950's and we were fighting a Cold War.
The United States government made mistakes in its haste, fear
and ignorance.
But I cannot understand why the National Cancer Institute
has allegedly withheld information now, in the 1990's, after we
had won the Cold War. It is reprehensible that our citizens
were intentionally exposed to radioactivity and yet those who
knew remained silent--even in the face of evidence that said if
we provided treatment and information early, we might alleviate
suffering or prevent diseases.
Vision Thing

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The video is worth a look rose
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Re: Very cute - Kodak 1922 Kodachrome Film test (video)
People back in those times were so classy.
 Quoting: TDJ


They sure were, I would love to bang the hell out of that first broad.
WAR INSIDE MY HEAD.
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Re: Very cute - Kodak 1922 Kodachrome Film test (video)
The video is worth a look rose
 Quoting: Vision Thing


Smiley

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