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Gopnik's Daily Pic: Jazz Age color

By Blake Gopnik

A feed from my morning musings about art and objects at

Daily Pic: Watch some of the earliest color movie footage, shot in 1922 on experimental Kodak stock, more than a decade before color features were released. Uncannily, the color pulls the black-and-white Jazz Age into the present.

By Blake Gopnik  | October 12, 2010; 9:15 AM ET
Categories:  Blake Gopnik, Movies  | Tags:  Daily Pic  
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