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Question 1: Perhaps the most ambitious film made with this process was The Black Pirate (1926), starring and produced by ________ and directed by Albert Parker.
Bob HopeWill RogersDouglas FairbanksMary Pickford

Question 2: The process employed the principles of three-color ________ to tint films by machine.
LithographyChromolithographyPrintmakingOffset printing

Question 3: ________ was the first commercially successful application of monopack multilayer film, introduced in 1935.
Digital photographyKodachromeFilm formatColor photography

Question 4: It was used for a series of films including the documentary With Our King and Queen Through India, depicting the ________ (also known as The Durbar at Delhi, 1912) which was filmed in December 1911.
Feroz Shah KotlaPurana Qila, DelhiDelhi DurbarNew Delhi

Question 5: ________ introduced its own system of pre-tinted black-and-white film stocks called Sonochrome in 1929.
PhotographyDigital single-lens reflex cameraEastman KodakMotorola

Question 6: Burton Wescott (who left the company in 1921) developed the subtractive color system for ________.
Color motion picture filmRKO PicturesWarner Bros.Technicolor

Question 7: Although this certainly affected Technicolor, its real undoing was the invention of ________ that same year.
Warner Bros.Color motion picture filmRKO PicturesTechnicolor

Question 8: Turner and ________, and promoted by film pioneer Charles Urban's The Charles Urban Trading Company in 1908.
Joseph F. SmithLorenzo SnowWilford WoodruffGeorge Albert Smith

Question 9: [1] By that time, it was known that ________ comprises a spectrum of different wavelengths that are perceived as different colors as they are absorbed and reflected by natural objects.

Question 10: The principles on which color photography are based were first proposed by Scottish physicist ________ in 1855 and presented at the Royal Society in London in 1861.
Sir George Stokes, 1st BaronetJames Clerk MaxwellGalileo GalileiCarl Friedrich Gauss


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