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Discussion in 'Movies, TV and Music' started by Daniel from Montréal, Oct 19, 2004.
It sure beats the older bleeding colorization process but I've always wondered if the guys colorizing the movies just make stuff up when it comes to saying what color pants a character has or do they use more technology that says, well after running it through the "what color is it" software we've determined that those pants are indeed bright orange, his shirt forest green and his neck tie is neon red. What?
Keep it B&W!
It wont be the same seeing Moe clobber Curly in full color.