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#1 Frank Chang

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Posted 14 September 2016 - 10:50 AM

Just wondering. I recently found two intermediate 35mm reels (from the 80s) of the same contents without audio track

(one with color film 35mm reel and another with b/w 35mm reel)

The production is a color production and was not intended at all for b/w release. So the question is why

there is a b/w 35mm film made from the film lab for the entire content (including the scenes that were suppose to be in color)?

 

*One thing I should note is that the released production does have scenes that were intended to have both b/w scenes

and color scenes.


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