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[article link] Blu-Ray/Restoration of The Godfather Trilogy.


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#1 Steve Phipps

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Posted 01 October 2008 - 05:45 AM

Short article about the restoration of The Godfather trilogy.

Then they had to do the color correction. This was a harder job than usual. The colors on the negative hadn't faded much, but in this case, that wasn't the issue. The colors on the negative bore little resemblance to those on the theatrical print. Gordon Willis, the cinematographer, had manipulated the colors in the film lab

http://www.slate.com...40/pagenum/all/
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#2 Robert Tagliaferri

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Posted 01 October 2008 - 05:27 PM

Yup, went to see Part I last week. Saw it at the AMC24 in downtown Toronto. Looked incredible on the digital projectors there.
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