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retrowonderland Large handmade Star Wars magnet. $3 or any 2 or more magnets in my shop for $2.50 each. #magnet #handmade #starwarsfan #starwars #1970s #vintagefilm #vintagemovie #georgelucas #carriefisher #instahandmade #ighandmade 5h

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vintagemovieclub Day 26 of the #silver_screen_challenge from @silver_screen_splendor the Old Hollywood star you most like to have as a best friend. I choose Ms Doris Day. She was bubbly, happy, considerate and we share a love of dogs so think we would get a long superbly. #dorisday #classichollywood #goldenagecinema #hollywood #silverscreen #vintagefilm #vintagemovies #goldenagehollywood #vintagehollywood #classicfilm #hollywood #oldhollywood #classicmovies 8h
  •   doris_day_everyday She is a very happy personal that loves life but she isn't at all what her "image" makes her out to be! 8h
  •   vintagemovieclub @doris_day_everyday no, I know.. I have her biography :/ didn't think of her self first hand. Always felt sorry for her because of everything by Absolutely adore her. Makes me so happy to watch her films 8h
  •   doris_day_everyday I know I'm so glad she had so many friends to love her. And Terry. She's has had a hard life! 8h

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grapefruitmoongallery Today in 1909, Kinemacolor, the first successful color motion picture process, is first shown to the general public at the Palace Theatre in London in a program of twenty-one short films.
Kinemacolor was the first successful color motion picture process, used commercially from 1908 to 1914. It was invented by George Albert Smith of Brighton, England in 1906. He was influenced by the work of William Norman Lascelles Davidson and, more directly, Edward Raymond Turner. It was launched by Charles Urban’s Urban Trading Co. of London in 1908. From 1909 on, the process was known as Kinemacolor. It was a two-color additive color process, photographing and projecting a black-and-white film behind alternating red and green filters.
In 2012, the National Media Museum in Bradford, England discovered a very early three-color alternating-filter film, dated to 1902, made by Edward Raymond Turner. It is believed to be the earliest color movie footage known. Turner’s process, for which Charles Urban had provided financial backing, was adapted by Smith after Turner’s sudden death in 1903, and this in turn became Kinemacolor.
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kalihaze Surprise to my eyes! I always wondered what was in that strange colored bag so I opened it and found my Gmas camera made somewhere between 1977-1982 fully loaded with lenses, flash, some attachments, and even the original manual. Photo taken by Me. #Yashica #YashicaFRII #film #filmcamera #oldcamera #vintage #vintagecamera #vintagefilm #35mm #50mm 13h

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