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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}
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  • Son of the Gods

    Constance Bennett, Richard Barthelmess

    Released1930

    Directed byFrank Lloyd

    Son of the Gods is an all-talking pre-code romantic drama film with Technicolor sequences, produced and released by First National Pictures, a subsidiary of Warner Bros.. It was adapted from the...  more
  • Song of the Flame

    Noah Beery, Sr.

    Released1930

    Directed byAlan Crosland

    Song of the Flame is an all-talking pre-code musical operetta film photographed entirely in Technicolor. It was produced and distributed by First National Pictures, a subsidiary of Warner Brothers....  more
  • Song of the West

    Ann Sothern, Joe E. Brown

    Released1930

    Directed byRay Enright

    Song of the West is a musical operetta film produced by Warner Brothers, and photographed entirely in Technicolor. It was based on the 1928 Broadway musical Rainbow by Vincent Youmans, Oscar...  more
  • Sweet Kitty Bellairs

    Walter Pidgeon, Ernest Torrence

    Released1930

    Directed byAlfred E. Green

    Sweet Kitty Bellairs is a 1930 American musical comedy film directed by Alfred E. Green. The film is based on the 1900 novel, The Bath Comedy by Agnes and Egerton Castle. Shot entirely in...  more
  • The Battle of Gettysburg is a 1955 American documentary film about the Battle of Gettysburg during the American Civil War. The film was nominated for two Academy Awards. The documentary was filmed in...  more
  • The Black Fox

    Mu Chu, Kuang Chao Chiang

    Released1962

    Directed byRun Run Shaw, Chun Yen

    The Black Fox is a 1962 Hong Kong thriller film directed by Yan Jun. The film was produced under the Shaw Brothers banner in the mandarin language....  more
  • The Cavalier

    Richard Talmadge, Barbara Bedford

    Released1928

    Directed byIrvin Willat

    The Cavalier is a western directed by Irvin Willat, distributed by Tiffany Studios, and starring Richard Talmadge and Barbara Bedford....  more
  • The Desert Song

    Myrna Loy, John Boles

    Released1929

    Directed byRoy Del Ruth

    The Desert Song is a 1929 American operetta film directed by Roy Del Ruth and starring John Boles, Carlotta King and Myrna Loy. It was photographed partly in two-color Technicolor, the first film...  more
  • The Life of the Party

    Charles Butterworth, Charles Judels

    Released1930

    Directed byRoy Del Ruth

    The Life of the Party is a 1930 American musical comedy film photographed entirely in Technicolor. The musical numbers of this film were cut out before general release in the United States because...  more
  • The Rogue Song

    Lawrence Tibbett, Catherine Dale Owen

    Released1930

    Directed byLionel Barrymore

    The Rogue Song is a 1930 romantic musical film which tells the story of a Russian bandit who falls in love with a princess, but takes his revenge on her when her brother rapes and kills his sister....  more
  • The Runaround

    Mary Brian, Marie Prevost

    Released1931

    Directed byWilliam James Craft

    The Runaround is a comedy-drama film that was photographed entirely in Technicolor. It was directed by William James Craft, from a screenplay by Alfred Jackson and Barney Sarecky, based on a story by...  more
  • The Vagabond King

    Jeanette MacDonald, Lillian Roth

    Released1930

    Directed byLudwig Berger

    The Vagabond King is a 1930 American musical operetta film photographed entirely in two-color Technicolor. The plot of the film was based on the 1925 operetta of the same name, which was based on the...  more
  • Under a Texas Moon

    Myrna Loy, Noah Beery

    Released1930

    Directed byMichael Curtiz

    Under A Texas Moon is a 1930 musical western film photographed entirely in Technicolor. It was based on the novel Two-Gun Man which was written by Stewart Edward White. It was the second all-color...  more
  • Viennese Nights

    Bela Lugosi, Walter Pidgeon

    Released1930

    Directed byAlan Crosland

    Viennese Nights is an American all-talking pre-code musical operetta film photographed entirely in Technicolor and released by Warner Brothers. Viennese Nights was the first original operetta written...  more
  • Whoopee!

    Betty Grable, Eddie Cantor

    Released1930

    Directed byThornton Freeland

    Whoopee! is a 1930 American "All-Talking All-Color" musical comedy film photographed in two-color Technicolor. The plot of the film closely followed the 1928 stage show produced by Florenz Ziegfeld....  more
  • Woman Hungry

    Sidney Blackmer, Raymond Hatton

    Released1930

    Directed byClarence G. Badger

    Woman Hungry is a musical Western film photographed entirely in Technicolor. The film was based on the play The Great Divide which was written by William Vaughn Moody. The story was filmed as a...  more