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Movies with Cinematography by Technicolor

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List of all films where Technicolor, cinematographer, did the cinematography. This list of Technicolor films/movies is sorted alphabetically and includes trailers of the movies when available. While this isn't necessarily a list of all Technicolor movies it does include the most popular ones. The films on this list include both big blockbusters and smaller indie films, but the commonality is that all of these movies were shot by Technicolor.

This list below has a variety of people in it, from Woman Hungry to Glorifying the American Girl.

This list can help answer the questions, "Who is Technicolor?" and "What movies did Technicolor shoot?"

Almost all Technicolor cinematography credits are included. While they usually don't operate the camera, cinematographers like Technicolor are said to have "shot" films. Cinematographers, better known as DPs, have the final say for any lighting and framing during the filming of the movie. These are the most famous movies where Technicolor did the cinematography. You can use the people in this fact-based list to create a new list, re-rank it to fit your views, then share it with your Facebook friends, Twitter followers or with any other social networks you use on a regular basis. {#nodes}
  • Away All Boats

    Clint Eastwood, Jeff Chandler


    Directed byJoseph Pevney

    Away All Boats is a 1956 American war film produced by Universal-International. It was directed by Joseph Pevney and produced by Howard Christie from a screenplay by Ted Sherdeman based on the 1953...  more
  • Bride of the Regiment

    Myrna Loy, Walter Pidgeon


    Directed byJohn Francis Dillon

    Bride of the Regiment is an American musical film directed by John Francis Dillon filmed entirely in Technicolor. The screenplay by Ray Harris and Humphrey Pearson is based on the book of the 1922...  more
  • Bright Lights

    Frank McHugh, Noah Beery


    Directed byMichael Curtiz

    Bright Lights is an all-talking pre-code American musical comedy film photographed entirely in Technicolor and produced and released by First National Pictures, a subsidiary of Warner Brothers....  more
  • Children of Pleasure

    Lawrence Gray, Wynne Gibson


    Directed byHarry Beaumont

    Children of Pleasure is a 1930 American MGM musical comedy film directed by Harry Beaumont originally released with Technicolor sequences. It was adapted from Crane Wilbur's stage success of 1929 The...  more
  • Django

    Franco Nero, José Bódalo


    Directed bySergio Corbucci

    Django is a 1966 Italian Spaghetti Western film directed by Sergio Corbucci and starring Franco Nero in the eponymous role. The film earned a reputation as being one of the most violent films ever...  more
  • Killer Kid: Shoot on Sight

    Terence Hill, Walter Barnes


    Directed byLeopold Lahola

    Duel at Sundown is a 1965 West German and Italian western film directed by Leopold Lahola....  more
  • Fanny Foley Herself

    Edna May Oliver, Rochelle Hudson


    Directed byMelville W. Brown

    Fanny Foley Herself is a 1931 American comedy-drama film that was shot entirely in Technicolor. The film was the second feature to be filmed using a new Technicolor process which removed grain and...  more
  • Fifty Million Frenchmen

    William Gaxton, John Halliday


    Directed byLloyd Bacon

    Fifty Million Frenchmen is a 1931 all-talking pre-code musical comedy film photographed entirely in Technicolor. The film was produced and released by Warner Brothers, and was based on Cole Porter's...  more
  • Follow Thru

    Thelma Todd, Eugene Pallette


    Directed byLloyd Corrigan

    Follow Thru is a 1930 musical comedy film photographed entirely in Technicolor. It was the second all-color all-talking feature to be produced by Paramount Pictures. The film was based on the popular...  more
  • General Crack

    John Barrymore, Armida


    Directed byAlan Crosland

    General Crack is a part-talkie historical costume drama film with Technicolor sequences which was produced by Warner Bros., filmed in 1929 and released early in 1930. The film was directed by Alan...  more
  • Glorifying the American Girl

    Irving Berlin, Johnny Weissmuller


    Directed byMillard Webb

    Glorifying the American Girl is a 1929 musical comedy film produced by Florenz Ziegfeld that highlights Ziegfeld Follies performers. The last third of the film is basically a Follies production, with...  more
  • Gold Diggers of Broadway

    George Raft, Nick Lucas


    Directed byRoy Del Ruth

    Gold Diggers of Broadway is a 1929 Warner Bros. comedy/musical film which is historically important as the second two-strip Technicolor all-talking feature length movie. Gold Diggers of Broadway was...  more
  • Golden Dawn

    Noah Beery, Sr.


    Directed byRay Enright

    Golden Dawn is a musical operetta released by Warner Bros. Pictures, photographed entirely in Technicolor, and starring Walter Woolf King and Noah Beery. The film is based on the semi-hit stage...  more
  • Heroes of the West

    Walter Chiari, Raimondo Vianello


    Directed bySteno

    Heroes of the West is a 1964 Italian Spaghetti Western film directed by Steno....  more
  • Hold Everything

    Joe E. Brown, Georges Carpentier


    Directed byRoy Del Ruth

    Hold Everything is a 1930 early all-talking film. It was the first musical comedy film to be released that was photographed entirely in early two-color Technicolor. It was adapted from the...  more
  • Kiss Me Again

    Walter Pidgeon, Edward Everett Horton


    Directed byWilliam A. Seiter

    Kiss Me Again is a musical operetta film filmed entirely in Technicolor. It was originally released in the United States as Toast of the Legion late in 1930, but was quickly withdrawn when Warner...  more
  • Mamba

    Eleanor Boardman, Ralph Forbes


    Directed byAlbert S. Rogell

    Mamba was released by Tiffany Pictures. It was shot entirely in Technicolor and stars Jean Hersholt, Eleanor Boardman, Ralph Forbes, Josef Swickard, Claude Fleming, William Stanton and William von...  more
  • Manhattan Parade

    Joe Smith, Charles Butterworth


    Directed byLloyd Bacon

    Manhattan Parade is a 1931 musical comedy film photographed entirely in Technicolor. It was originally intended to be released, in the United States, early in 1931, but was shelved due to public...  more
  • Merrill's Marauders

    Jeff Chandler, Peter Brown


    Directed bySamuel Fuller

    Merrill's Marauders is a 1962 Cinemascope war film directed and co-written by Samuel Fuller based on the exploits of the long range penetration jungle warfare unit of the same name in the Burma...  more

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  • No, No, Nanette

    ZaSu Pitts, Louise Fazenda


    Directed byClarence G. Badger

    No, No, Nanette is an all-talking pre-code musical comedy film with Technicolor sequences produced and released by First National Pictures, a subsidiary of Warner Bros.. It was adapted from the play...  more
  • On with the Show

    Ethel Waters, Joe E. Brown


    Directed byAlan Crosland

    On with the Show! is a 1929 American musical film released by Warner Bros. The film is noted as the first ever all-talking, all-color feature length movie, and the second color movie released by...  more
  • Paris

    ZaSu Pitts, Jason Robards


    Directed byClarence G. Badger

    Paris is a black-and-white musical comedy film with Technicolor sequences: four of ten reels were originally photographed in Technicolor. Paris was the fourth color movie released by Warner Bros.;...  more
  • Rio Rita

    Bebe Daniels, John Boles


    Directed byLuther Reed

    Rio Rita is a 1929 RKO Pictures musical comedy starring Bebe Daniels and John Boles along with the comedy team of Wheeler & Woolsey. The film is based on the 1927 stage musical produced by Florenz...  more
  • Sally

    Marilyn Miller, Alexander Gray


    Directed byJohn Francis Dillon

    Sally is the third all talking all-color feature movie ever made. It was photographed in the Technicolor process. Sally was also the sixth feature movie to contain color that had been released by...  more
  • Show Girl in Hollywood

    Loretta Young, Al Jolson


    Directed byMervyn LeRoy

    Show Girl in Hollywood is a 1930 American all-talking musical comedy-drama film with Technicolor sequences, produced and distributed by First National Pictures, a subsidiary of Warner Bros.. The film...  more