Regarding Jack Mathews' article, I have seen these colorized video tapes because I eagerly bought them.
I had a showing at my place and everyone there seemed absolutely delighted with the color process. Age group? 20s to 50s . . . they all loved it.
Isn't it absolutely marvelous that those producers who begged their studios to do a film in color in the late '40s but were refused because of the cost of color can now get even and have a computer color the very film they wished to have in color?
It seems to me people should be grateful to enhance a black-and-white film to color. And, if they object to it, all they have to do is adjust the color system on their TV's to black-and-white.