WTB : Technicolor Print Cut or Slide dated from 60s-70s

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  1. Mustafa Umut Sarac

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    WTB : Technicolor Movie Print Cut dated from 60s-70s

    I am looking for Technicolor Movie Print Cut from 1960 or 70s. I will order an analysis and put the findings in articles for cmy dyes and the mordant.I dont want any fade or discoloration and if you know a good source - I have not finance to buy whole print - , please share.



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    Are you just looking for a few frames of a 35mm release print? Will some frames from a 16mm do?
     
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    Hello , few frames or few meters , anything goes. If raman spectrometer could analysis 3 layers together and separate each , may be one frame is ok , but if the film chemicals would be needed to be dissolved in a chemical and processing goes from there , I think I would be needed few meters.

    What is your opinion and what can we do with a deal Falotico ?

    Thank you ,

    Umut
     
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    Same post , sorry
     
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    There were numerous potential combinations of dyes used. That kind of option was one of its advantages. So if you analyze a particular sample,
    it doesn't necessarily represent the bigger picture. And correctly analyzing something might be a bit tricky anyway. If it's a print rather than film, there are all kinds of ways they could have done it. Not all labs were the same. You can easily buy old dye transfer release prints,
    especially from animated Disney productions.
     
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    Drew ,

    I think I will try to believe my eyes , if the print is good , no more questions been asked.
    John promised me to help in few weeks but it is still not clear.
    If anyone knows an collector , please share with me.

    Thank you,

    Umut