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MARC21-007: Refined categories of color of motion picture
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Early in the history of tinting, a tint was created by dipping film in a bath of chemical dyes to get a dominant hue. Later raw stock became available already tinted in eleven stock shades: peach blow, blue for moonlight, amber for firelight, etc.
The tinting of a film may be in whole or in part. Tinting was common until the advent of sound.
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