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The Colorization Hit List

April 30, 1989

Ted Turner's Past Projects Across the Pacific Action in the North Atlantic Adam's Rib Allegheny Uprising All Fall Down The Americanization of Emily Arsenic and Old Lace The Asphalt Jungle The Bachelor and the Bobby Soxer Bataan Battleground Boom Town Bringing Up Baby Captain Blood Captains Courageous Carbine Williams Casablanca The Catered Affair The Charge of the Light Brigade A Christmas Carol Command Decision Cyrano de Bergerac Dark Victory David Copperfield Destination Tokyo Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1941) The Fastest Gun Alive Father of the Bride The Fighting 69th Forty-Second Street The Gazebo High Sierra Huckleberry Finn (1939) The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1939) Key Largo Kings Row Knute Rockne, All American The Maltese Falcon (1941) My Favorite Wife The Philadelphia Story The Postman Always Rings Twice (1946) The Prince and the Pauper Ransom (1955) The Roaring Twenties San Francisco The Sea Hawk Sergeant York Somebody Up There Likes Me The Stratton Story Suspicion They Died With Their Boots On They Were Expendable Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo Westward the Women White Heat Yankee Doodle Dandy Ted Turner's Future Projects Above and Beyond Angels With Dirty Faces Annie Oakley Bachelor Mother Back to Bataan The Bad and the Beautiful Bad Man's Territory The Big Sky The Big Sleep The Blackboard Jungle Blood on the Moon Boys Town Camille China Seas The Citadel Colorado Territory Cornered Crisis The Curse of the Cat People Dark Passage Dream Wife East Side, West Side Edge of the City Every Girl Should Be Married Father's Little Dividend Fort Apache A Global Affair Goodbye Mr. Chips (1939) Grand Hotel The Great Ziegfield Gunga Din A Guy Named Joe The Haunting The Hill Honky Tonk (1941) The Hook The Human Comedy I Remember Mama I'll Cry Tomorrow In Name Only In This Our Life Jailhouse Rock Jezebel Johnny Belinda Julie King Kong (1933) The Last Days of Pompeii The Letter (1940) The Life of Emile Zola Little Women (1933) Lolita Lone Star The Magnificent Ambersons Manhattan Melodrama Mighty Joe Young Mildred Pierce Mrs. Miniver Mr. Skeffington Murder, My Sweet Mutiny on the Bounty (1935) Ninotchka None But the Lonely Heart Objective Burma One Minute To Zero Out of the Past The Outrage Passage to Marseilles A Patch of Blue The Petrified Forest The Picture of Dorian Gray Pride and Prejudice The Prisoner of Zenda (1952) Rachel and the Stranger Random Harvest The Red Badge of Courage The Return of the Bad Men The Sea Wolf The Search The Seventh Cross The Shop Around the Corner A Tale of Two Cities (1936) Tall in the Saddle Tarzan the Ape Man Test Pilot They Won't Believe Me The Thing (1951) Thirty-Six Hours Three Comrades Tortilla Flat Treasure Island (1934) The Treasure of the Sierra Madre The Two Mrs. Carrolls Until They Sail Wagonmaster Waterloo Bridge (1940) Woman of the Year Films Colorized by Others Hal Roach Studios (now owned by Qintex Entertainment): Advise and Consent Angel and the Badman DOA (1949) It's a Wonderful Life Made for Each Other (1938) My Favorite Brunette The Night of the Living Dead The Outlaw Saint Joan Santa Fe Trail Second Chorus Sherlock Holmes and the Secret Weapon* Something to Sing About The Stranger Suddenly Terror by Night Topper Topper Returns Topper Takes a Trip Color Systems Technology, Marina del Rey: Africa Screams Black Beauty (1946) Black Magic Brewster's Millions (1945) The Corsican Brothers Kit Carson The Man in the Iron Mask Santa Fe Trail The Young in Heart Republic Pictures: The Bells of St. Mary's Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1956) The Miracle of the Bells Sands of Iwo Jima Wake of the Red Witch American Film Technology, San Diego: Eternally Yours Gung Ho! The Scarlet Pimpernel Sherlock Holmes and the Secret Weapon* The Woman in Green 20th Century-Fox: Miracle on 34th Street 17 Shirley Temple movies Disney: The Absent-Minded Professor The Shaggy Dog Vestron Pictures: Little Shop of Horrors (1961) * Listed here twice because films in the public domain can be colorized by anyone.

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