The Golden Closet Entertainment Memorabilia Newsletter Dec. 2011
This month, The Golden Closet is pleased to present the following wardrobes from classic Technicolor films to celebrate their contributions in bringing cinema to life:
Lauren Bacall’s skirt suit from the film “Woman’s World,” Anthony Quinn’s pirate coat from “Against All Flags,” Donna Reed’s western costume from “Backlash,” and a collection of costumes from “Pearl Harbor.” Our collection continues to expand each week, so be sure to bookmark www.thegoldencloset.com to keep updated on all the latest news regarding new items, and read our featured story this month celebrating the anniversary of Hollywood in Technicolor.
Featured Story: Anniversary of Hollywood in Technicolor
89 years ago, the silent film, “The Toll of the Sea,” opened in New York City. While this film was not the first feature length color film (that honor goes to “With Our King and Queen Through India” from 1912) or the first Technicolor film (that honor goes to “The Gulf Between” from 1917), it was a real breakthrough as the first general release film to use Technicolor. Up to that point, previous color films required special projectors with near-constant attention from a technician to make viewing possible. “The Toll of the Sea” became the first film to use the two-color Technicolor process, allowing film to be shown on a standard film projector. This month, The Golden Closet is pleased to feature wardrobes from classic Technicolor films to celebrate their contributions in bringing cinema to life.
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