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Technicolor

™ the process of producing colour film by means of superimposing synchronized films of the same scene, each of which has a different colour filter, to obtain the desired mix of colour

technicolor

[′tek·nə‚kəl·ər]
(particle physics)
A hypothetical fifth force proposed to explain the breakdown of symmetry in the unified electroweak interaction.
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ON STAGE: Kaisey Elder together with cast members of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dream Coat
Joseff' is a Welsh adaptation of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat.
Joseph and his Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat is entertainment for all ages and younger theatre goers can enjoy shows like The Wheels on the Bus and The Enormous Turnip.
JUST had to write to say how brilliant the performance of Joseph And The Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat was at the Belgrade.
IT may be one of the older Tim Rice/Andrew Lloyd Webber collaborations, but Joseph And The Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat is a timeless classic that's as fresh today as it was when it first burst onto the West End stage back in 1973.
The word we used was technicolour, defined in the Collins English Dictionary as meaning "brightly, showily or garishly coloured".
Columbo 1968-2003, ITV WE'VE had a Peter Falk obsession in our office for many a year and, for us, his cigar-chewing sleuth will always be the crumpled mac-wearing king of the technicolour '70s detectives.
Appearing for the defence, Hancock's spy pointed out he was referring to the filming of pre-cup final good luck messages, which can be seen in technicolour glory on the Birmingham Mail's website, where Coun Gregory politely refused the offer of a scarf.
Instead of silly mummy and daddy painting the countryside a lurid technicolour.
This is a classic Sonic adventure that blends 2D and 3D graphics in glorious technicolour.
You just need to watch their own football to see that spelled out in blood-red technicolour.
The frenetic musical that sees Michael Ball don a frock and snog Les Dennis was a riot of '60s technicolour, belly laughs, and big voices.