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Mary Barton

By: Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell

... of death was over all. But the eyes were open and sensitive, though the films of the grave were setting upon them. "He wakened fra’ his sleep, ... ... ashes with her fingers, and dispersing the fragments of fluttering black films among the cinders of the grate. Then she breathed again. Her hea...

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List of black-and-white films produced since 1970

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...Since the 1970s, fiction feature films have been filmed almost exclusively in color. Before this time, most... ...almost exclusively in color. Before this time, most dramas were filmed in black-and-white while escapist fare, such as Westerns, musicals and comedi... ...apist fare, such as Westerns, musicals and comedies, were in color. Still, films from the last few decades are occasionally presented in black-and-whi... ...olor. Still, films from the last few decades are occasionally presented in black-and-white, sometimes due to budget constraints. This is a list of no... ...e, sometimes due to budget constraints. This is a list of notable feature films whose majority of running time is in black-and-white or monochrome/se... ...is is a list of notable feature films whose majority of running time is in black-and-white or monochrome/sepia tone and made after the 1960s. Note: t...

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Mary Barton

By: Elizabeth Gaskell

...lour of death was over all. But the eyes were open and sensitive, though the films of the grave were setting upon them. "He wakened fra' his sleep, as... ...ery ashes with her fingers, and dispersing the fragments of fluttering black films among the cinders of the grate. Then she breathed again. Her head a...

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Black-and-white

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... B&W, is a term referring to a number of monochrome forms in visual arts . Black-and-white images are not usually starkly contrasted black and wh... ...lity), which yielded richer, more subtle shading than reproductions in plain black-and-white. Color photography provides a much greater range of sha... ...photography is its more subdued monochromatic character. Media Some popular black-and-white media of the past include:Movies and animated cartoon... ...limited use from the earliest days of the motion picture, the switch from most films being in black-and-white to most being in color was gradual, taki... ...m the earliest days of the motion picture, the switch from most films being in black-and-white to most being in color was gradual, taking place from t... ...he 1930s to the 1960s. Even when most studios had the capability to make color films they were not heavily utilized as tinting techniques and the Tec... ...es and the Technicolor process were expensive and difficult. For years color films were not capable of rendering realistic hues, thus mostly histori... ...rical films or musicals were made in color and many directors preferred to use black-and-white stock. For the years 1940–1966 a separate Academy Awar... ... manufactured black-and-white disposable camera s until 2009. Also, certain films are produced today which give black-and-white images using the ub...

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Tim Holt: Issue 31

By: Magazine Enterprises

...m. Of course, Tim's movie series had started many years earlier in 1940, and after wartime interruption (he won the Distinguished Flying Cross), the films resumed in 1947. A-1 Comics #17 and 19 also featured Tim now with photo covers (19 has a photo back cover, too). With the next issue, (#4 dated January/February 1949,) Tim's series became independent of the A-1 series....

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Black and White Lodges

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...hite and Black Lodges have also appeared in several of David Lynch's other films, suggesting that Lynch may view their influences as ongoing in his na...

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Tim Holt: Issue 10

By: Magazine Enterprises

...m. Of course, Tim's movie series had started many years earlier in 1940, and after wartime interruption (he won the Distinguished Flying Cross), the films resumed in 1947. A-1 Comics #17 and 19 also featured Tim now with photo covers (19 has a photo back cover, too). With the next issue, (#4 dated January/February 1949,) Tim's series became independent of the A-1 series....

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Oru Black and White Kudumbam

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...-kudumbam.html http://movies.rediff.com/review/2009/sep/04/south-review-malayalam-oru-black-and-white-kudumbam.htm ... ...m-oru-black-and-white-kudumbam.htm http://www.nowrunning.com/movie/6233/malayalam/oru-black-and-white-kudumbam/review.htm ... ...-black-and-white-kudumbam/review.htm http://in.movies.yahoo.com/news-detail/37851/Oru-Black-And-White-Kudumbam.html ... ...nd-White-Kudumbam.html Categories 2009 films All film ar... ... 2009 films All film articles using the film date template Indian films 2000s Malay...

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Tim Holt: Issue 30

By: Magazine Enterprises

...m. Of course, Tim's movie series had started many years earlier in 1940, and after wartime interruption (he won the Distinguished Flying Cross), the films resumed in 1947. A-1 Comics #17 and 19 also featured Tim now with photo covers (19 has a photo back cover, too). With the next issue, (#4 dated January/February 1949,) Tim's series became independent of the A-1 series....

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A Black and White World

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... A Black and White World is a 2005 Australian short film. It is the story of a character in a black-and-white silent film, who transc... ...Film Festival (Australia), the Telluride Film Festival (USA), the Palm Springs International Festival of Short Films (USA), the Manhattan Short Film F... ... take viewers on a rollercoaster ride through film history as Johnny escapes from his black & white silent filmstrip and encounters sound and colo... ...gital Stories Award - Special Mention for Best Digital Video at the ARCIPELAGO-International Festival of Short Films and New Images ... ...2012 All WorldHeritage articles written in Australian English 2005 films All film ar... ...ms All film articles using the film date template English-language films Australian ... ...ilms Australian films Australian short films Black-and-white films ...

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Tim Holt: Issue 13

By: Magazine Enterprises

...m. Of course, Tim's movie series had started many years earlier in 1940, and after wartime interruption (he won the Distinguished Flying Cross), the films resumed in 1947. A-1 Comics #17 and 19 also featured Tim now with photo covers (19 has a photo back cover, too). With the next issue, (#4 dated January/February 1949,) Tim's series became independent of the A-1 series....

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B & W: The Black and White Fact

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...from oneindia.in Categories 2011 films All film ar... ...ilms All film articles using the film date template Hindi-language films Indian film... ... Hindi-language films Indian films 2010s action thriller films All stub ar...

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Tim Holt: Issue 33

By: Magazine Enterprises

...m. Of course, Tim's movie series had started many years earlier in 1940, and after wartime interruption (he won the Distinguished Flying Cross), the films resumed in 1947. A-1 Comics #17 and 19 also featured Tim now with photo covers (19 has a photo back cover, too). With the next issue, (#4 dated January/February 1949,) Tim's series became independent of the A-1 series....

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Black and White (1999 TV film)

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... All articles lacking sources 1999 television films American television films ... ... American television films American films 1990s thriller films Fict...

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Tim Holt: Issue 36

By: Magazine Enterprises

...m. Of course, Tim's movie series had started many years earlier in 1940, and after wartime interruption (he won the Distinguished Flying Cross), the films resumed in 1947. A-1 Comics #17 and 19 also featured Tim now with photo covers (19 has a photo back cover, too). With the next issue, (#4 dated January/February 1949,) Tim's series became independent of the A-1 series....

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Sheep Films

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...lms (http://sheepfilms.co.uk is a website featuring short slapstick comedy films and animations by British filmmaker Dave Packer. The short films ofte... ... black and white sheep, in various amusing situations. Films featured on the website often appear on the humorous British website ... ...005. External links Sheep Films web site B3ta web site ... ...site B3ta web site Sheep Films on YouTube Categories Or...

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Tim Holt: Issue 38

By: Magazine Enterprises

...m. Of course, Tim's movie series had started many years earlier in 1940, and after wartime interruption (he won the Distinguished Flying Cross), the films resumed in 1947. A-1 Comics #17 and 19 also featured Tim now with photo covers (19 has a photo back cover, too). With the next issue, (#4 dated January/February 1949,) Tim's series became independent of the A-1 series....

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Coronet Films

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...story and math, but is mostly remembered today for its post-World War II social guidance films featuring topics such as dating, family life, courtesy ... ... 1 Overview 2 Personal Guidance Films 3 Films ... ...pany was named for the latter. In addition to military instructional films produced during the war, the company was successful in ... ...s produced during the war, the company was successful in its early years with full color films spotlighting common songbirds like the Ruby-throated Hu... ...always in quality) that of the classroom film industry’s leader, Encyclopædia Britannica Films (initially ERPI Classroom Films), with an eleven minute...

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Tim Holt: Issue 24

By: Magazine Enterprises

...m. Of course, Tim's movie series had started many years earlier in 1940, and after wartime interruption (he won the Distinguished Flying Cross), the films resumed in 1947. A-1 Comics #17 and 19 also featured Tim now with photo covers (19 has a photo back cover, too). With the next issue, (#4 dated January/February 1949,) Tim's series became independent of the A-1 series....

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Blackhawk Films

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... series of the past. Blackhawk also offered newsreels, documentaries, and silent feature films. With the rise of the video market in the early 1980s, ... ...lements still later by archivist David Shepard. History of Blackhawk Films The company was founded in 1927 as E... ...producers. Blackhawk began publishing monthly catalogs in 1949. More than 2,500,000 used films were sold by mail order before this business was discon... ...tone comedies licensed by Sennett’s original backer, Roy Aitken, and a group of railroad films (Eastin was a lifelong rail fan). Consumer interest gre... ...closely with Kent Eastin to ensure permanent preservation of Blackhawk’s unique original films at the Library of Congress. Shepard joined the Blackhaw... ...paper and broadcasting conglomerate. The rapid rise in the price of silver (essential to black-and-white film processing) caused home-movie retail pri...

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Tim Holt: Issue 22

By: Magazine Enterprises

...m. Of course, Tim's movie series had started many years earlier in 1940, and after wartime interruption (he won the Distinguished Flying Cross), the films resumed in 1947. A-1 Comics #17 and 19 also featured Tim now with photo covers (19 has a photo back cover, too). With the next issue, (#4 dated January/February 1949,) Tim's series became independent of the A-1 series....

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American films

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... Films ... ... A–Z of films Fi... ... Silent films ... ... African-American films ... ... American 3D films ...

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Tim Holt: Issue 28

By: Magazine Enterprises

...m. Of course, Tim's movie series had started many years earlier in 1940, and after wartime interruption (he won the Distinguished Flying Cross), the films resumed in 1947. A-1 Comics #17 and 19 also featured Tim now with photo covers (19 has a photo back cover, too). With the next issue, (#4 dated January/February 1949,) Tim's series became independent of the A-1 series....

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Reversal film

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...tive principle and reversal processing were the Agfa color screen plates and films and Dufaycolor film, all of which were discontinued by 1961. S... ...m for still cameras.http://www.invent.org/Hall_Of_Fame/223.html The Kodachrome films contained no color dye couplers; these were added during processi... ...ble after several years. Amateurs who owned projection equipment used reversal films extensively because the cost of projection equipment and slide fi... ...ld today is developed with the E-6 process . The non-substantive Kodachrome films, the last of which was discontinued in 2009, were processed with ... ...rate processing unit was used to develop it after exposure. Black and white Black-and-white transparencies can be made directly with some modern b... ...e re-exposed to light, developed and fixed, and the film is washed and dried. Black-and-white transparencies were once popular for presentation of le... ...als using 3 " by 4" (3" square in the UK) glass-mounted slides. Such positive black-and-white projection is now rarely done, except in motion picture... ...and-white projection is now rarely done, except in motion pictures. Even where black-and-white positives are currently used, the process to create the... ...nternegative with standard processing instead of a chemical reversal process. Black-and-white reversal films are less common than color reversal film...

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Tim Holt: Issue 34

By: Magazine Enterprises

...m. Of course, Tim's movie series had started many years earlier in 1940, and after wartime interruption (he won the Distinguished Flying Cross), the films resumed in 1947. A-1 Comics #17 and 19 also featured Tim now with photo covers (19 has a photo back cover, too). With the next issue, (#4 dated January/February 1949,) Tim's series became independent of the A-1 series....

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Travelogue (films)

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...l documentary and were often presented as lectures narrating accompanying films and photos.(Ruoff, 1). History Travelogues stem from the work of A... ...high quality, digital video equipment has renewed the popularity of travel films. Though travelogues have enjoyed much popularity historically, these ... ... have been criticized for culturally insensitive representations since the films were not made by anthropologists. A famous example is the film about ... ...s were staged. (Ruoff, 30) Format Travelogues are defined as nonfiction films that take place as their primary subject (Ruoff, 17). They often disp... ...tock set of images about the world at a time when hardly any international films were available to American audiences. (Ruoff, 13). Carl Dudley made...

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Tim Holt: Issue 29

By: Magazine Enterprises

...m. Of course, Tim's movie series had started many years earlier in 1940, and after wartime interruption (he won the Distinguished Flying Cross), the films resumed in 1947. A-1 Comics #17 and 19 also featured Tim now with photo covers (19 has a photo back cover, too). With the next issue, (#4 dated January/February 1949,) Tim's series became independent of the A-1 series....

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Legend Films

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...nded in August 2001. The company specializes in the conversion of feature films, both new release and catalog titles, and commercials from their nati... ...ny started business providing restoration and colorization of classic black-and-white films for DVD, HDTV and theatrical release. However, wi... ...ss providing restoration and colorization of classic black-and-white films for DVD, HDTV and theatrical release. However, with the refocusing... ... concerts. Legend3D also continues to support its legacy business, Legend Films Home Entertainment Distribution, produces and distributes DVDs of fil... ...Ds of films and video content that have been colorized from their original black-and-white format. They spun off RiffTrax on July 3, 2012. RiffTr... ...ble in MP3 files for blockbuster movies, and DVDs for titles in the Legend Films library. Company history Legend Films' founder, Barry Sandrew, pi... ...colorized form in the United States, while their original copyright on the black-and-white version is still in force. Other movies in the Legend Films... ... ; the remaining episodes exist in colour, but part 3 was wiped and only a black-and-white film version remained. The resultant colourised footage was... ...y Sandrew, Legend Films does not plan to colorize titles that were shot in black-and-white for artistic purposes, unless the original creators of the ...

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Tim Holt: Issue 18

By: Magazine Enterprises

...m. Of course, Tim's movie series had started many years earlier in 1940, and after wartime interruption (he won the Distinguished Flying Cross), the films resumed in 1947. A-1 Comics #17 and 19 also featured Tim now with photo covers (19 has a photo back cover, too). With the next issue, (#4 dated January/February 1949,) Tim's series became independent of the A-1 series....

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Hippie exploitation films

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...pie exploitation film Psych-Out Hippie exploitation films, sometimes also known as hippiexploitation[1] films, are 60s exploita... ..., sometimes also known as hippiexploitation[1] films, are 60s exploitation films about the hippie counterculture[2] with stereotypical situations asso... ...on the action and produced a number of extremely lurid hippie exploitation films masquerading as cautionary public service announcements, but which we... ...ed hippies living and freaking out in “Manson family” style communes, such films as The Hallucination Generation (1967) and Riot on Sunset Strip (1967... ...and Wild in the Streets. One of the strangest of these films is the horror film I Drink Your Blood. Loosely inspired by Charles Ma...

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Tim Holt: Issue 15

By: Magazine Enterprises

...m. Of course, Tim's movie series had started many years earlier in 1940, and after wartime interruption (he won the Distinguished Flying Cross), the films resumed in 1947. A-1 Comics #17 and 19 also featured Tim now with photo covers (19 has a photo back cover, too). With the next issue, (#4 dated January/February 1949,) Tim's series became independent of the A-1 series....

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American comedy films

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... American action comedy films ... ... American adventure comedy films ... ... American black comedy films ... ... American comedy-drama films ... ... American comedy horror films ...

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Tim Holt: Issue 39

By: Magazine Enterprises

...m. Of course, Tim's movie series had started many years earlier in 1940, and after wartime interruption (he won the Distinguished Flying Cross), the films resumed in 1947. A-1 Comics #17 and 19 also featured Tim now with photo covers (19 has a photo back cover, too). With the next issue, (#4 dated January/February 1949,) Tim's series became independent of the A-1 series....

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List of photographic films

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...Agfa consumer and professional films Headquarters in Mortsel, Belgium. A spin-off company, AgfaPhoto, wen... ..., went bankrupt in 2005. The mother company, however, continues to produce films for aerial photography and these films are nowadays repackaged for co... ...e nowadays repackaged for consumer use by Rollei and Lomography. AgfaPhoto films were made by Ferrania. Black and white filmsAgfapan AP 100 (disconti... ... Processing as a slide available through DR5 (USA) Color reversal (slide) filmsAgfacolor Neue (discontinued)Agfa CT18 (discontinued)Agfachrome 50 S /... ...istory: 100 speed version of Delta released in 1992Primary usage: General black-and-white photographyGeneral characteristics: Extreme contrast, fine... ...logy. The current version was released in 2001.Primary usage: All-purpose black-and-white filmGeneral characteristics: Relatively fine grain and hig... ...36Resolving power:History:Primary usage:General characteristics: Kodak Black-and-white films Plus-X (discontinued)T-MAXEktagraphic High Contrast S... ...evolved later in ORTO25Primary usage: Reprography, Micrography, specialty black-and-white photographyGeneral characteristics:Discontinued I Rollei... ... FineResolving power: HighHistory: launched in 2004Primary usage: General black-and-white photographyGeneral characteristics: Fairly wide latitude, ...

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Tim Holt: Issue 6

By: Magazine Enterprises

...m. Of course, Tim's movie series had started many years earlier in 1940, and after wartime interruption (he won the Distinguished Flying Cross), the films resumed in 1947. A-1 Comics #17 and 19 also featured Tim now with photo covers (19 has a photo back cover, too). With the next issue, (#4 dated January/February 1949,) Tim's series became independent of the A-1 series....

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List of lost films

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...defined as one of which no part of a print is known to have survived. For films in which any portion of the footage remains (including trailers ), s... ... remains (including trailers ), see List of incomplete or partially lost films . Films may go missing for a number of reasons. One major contribut... ...as the 1937 Fox Pictures storage vault fire and the 1967 MGM Vault fire . Black-and-white film prints judged to be otherwise worthless were sometim... ...the meager scrap value of the silver image particles in their emulsions . Films have disappeared when production companies went bankrupt. Occasionall... ...ally, a studio would remake a film and destroy the earlier version. Silent films in particular were once seen as having no further commercial value an... ...t. Martin Scorsese 's Film Foundation claims that "half of all American films made before 1950 and over 90% of films made before 1929 are lost fore...

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Tim Holt: Issue 23

By: Magazine Enterprises

...m. Of course, Tim's movie series had started many years earlier in 1940, and after wartime interruption (he won the Distinguished Flying Cross), the films resumed in 1947. A-1 Comics #17 and 19 also featured Tim now with photo covers (19 has a photo back cover, too). With the next issue, (#4 dated January/February 1949,) Tim's series became independent of the A-1 series....

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Film

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...isual effects. The word "cinema" is often used to refer to the industry of films and filmmaking or to the art of filmmaking itself. The contemporary d... ... The process of filmmaking is both an art and an industry. Films were originally recorded onto plastic film which was shown through a ... ...special effects led to the use of digital intermediates. Most contemporary films are now fully digital through the entire process of production, distr... ... process of production, distribution, and exhibition from start to finish. Films recorded in analog form traditionally included an optical soundtrack,... ... color that was photographically recorded from nature rather than added to black-and-white prints by hand-coloring, stencil-coloring or other arbitrar... ...s quickly made silent films and theater musicians obsolete, color replaced black-and-white much more gradually. The pivotal innovation was the introdu... ...r after year. In the early 1950s, the proliferation of black-and-white television started seriously depressing North American thea... ...eption. Some important mainstream Hollywood films were still being made in black-and-white as late as the mid-1960s, but they marked the end of an era... ...ming public verdict in favor of color was clear. After the final flurry of black-and-white films had been released in mid-decade, all Hollywood studio...

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Tim Holt: Issue 16

By: Magazine Enterprises

...m. Of course, Tim's movie series had started many years earlier in 1940, and after wartime interruption (he won the Distinguished Flying Cross), the films resumed in 1947. A-1 Comics #17 and 19 also featured Tim now with photo covers (19 has a photo back cover, too). With the next issue, (#4 dated January/February 1949,) Tim's series became independent of the A-1 series....

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List of 3D films

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...bles can be sorted by clicking the arrow icons in the column headers. Feature films Note: films listed as "Filmed in 2D" or "Rendered in 2D" in the... ... to win Academy Award for Best Animated Feature . Along with Avatar, first 3D films nominated for Academy Award for Best Picture . Call of the Wil... ...hown in both 1.78:1 and 2.39:1 in standard 3D cinemas. Along with Up, first 3D films nominated for Academy Award for Best Picture . align = center...

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