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Here are examples of colour in a Fujicolor safety film print:

Bridge on the River Kwai Bridge on the River Kwai ~BRIDGE ON THE RIVER KWAI~ FUJI Colour
Bridge on the River Kwai William Holden and women bearers.(Fujicolor) Bridge on the River Kwai Jack Hawkins observes Sessau Hayakawa inspectting the bridge. (Faded Eastmancolor)

Here are stills from an original 16mm print of the 1957 feature film 'BRIDGE ON THE RIVER KWAI' printed on Fuji colour stock. The Fuji clip shown on the left has retained strong blues, greens and yelows. The clip above and still frame below show typical Eastmancolor.

Worn sections of this television print were renewed with replacement sections printed on Fujicolor film stock. Over years the Eastmancolor has turned while the Fuji sections remain relatively unfaded.

Colonel Nicholson, played by Alec Guinness, takes the heat. Bridge on the River Kwai (1957) Faded Eastman stock.(Faded Eastmancolor)

These frames shown below are from a Fujicolor print of 'First Men in the Moon' (1964) dated 1972 showing colour fade after forty years. While the colour has shifted to the red, the colours have proved to be more stable than Eastmancolor.

Fujicolor Film Print of 1972 Showing Fade'First Men in the Moon' (1964)'First Men in the Moon' (1964)'First Men in the Moon' Fujicolor Print Frame'First Men in the Moon'(1964)

FADED EASTMANCOLOR PAGE

EASTMAN LPP PAGE (in preparation)

AGFACOLOR PAGE

CINECOLOR PAGE

DUFAYCOLOR PAGE

IB TECHNICOLOR PAGE (in preparation)

 

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