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1) When filming a scene, into what 3 colors did the Technicolor camera split the image?
2) The filming of a scene produced 3 different groups of film negatives [one for each of the aforementioned colors].
List two things that were done to each group of film negatives before the dye transfer process.
3) The aforementioned dye transfer process
A. Involved using a thin paint brush to color the film images by hand, one frame at a time.
B. Combined three different images to make one final image.
C. Involved draining color from a film print to make it black and white.
D. None of the above
4) Why did Technicolor film cameras have to be larger than ordinary motion picture film cameras?
5) What two extra things did a Technicolor camera require on a movie set so that the resulting film would not look bad and sound bad?
[This answer is not the same as question #4s answer]