HarryCarter Posted August 2, 2016 Author Report Share Posted August 2, 2016 There are some early color kinescopes in existence. One I know of is the 1956 Jack and the Beanstalk starring Joel Grey (this aired opposite the I Love Lucy episode "Off to Florida.") Some Ernie Kovacs works exist as lenticular color kinescopes. They appear to be in black and white, but when projected through a prism, they are in color. Kinescopes were on both 35mm and 16mm, but 16mm was more common because it was less expensive. I've seen the Lady in the Dark broadcast and Ann's great in it. I think Lady in the Dark has a great score, but there's something about the show that never quite grabs me. Maybe because there aren't many songs in the score. The Ginger Rogers movie cut "My Ship" - the show's most important song! If I can't get too invested in the musical with Ginger or Ann, two of my very favorites, I don't think I could ever been completely won over by the show. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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