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  • Herbert Kalmus - Wikipedia

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    Herbert Thomas Kalmus (November 9, 1881 – July 11, 1963) was an American scientist and engineer who played a key role in developing color motion picture film.

  • Herbert T. Kalmus - Biography - IMDb

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    Herbert Kalmus was born on November 9, 1881, in Chelsea, Massachusetts. He graduated from M.I.T. and then got his PhD. from the University of Zurich ...

  • Dr Herbert T. Kalmus (1881 - 1963) - Find A Grave Memorial

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    Co-inventor and President of Technicolor. Not as well known as his ex-wife Natalie, Dr. Kalmus nonetheless was the business brains behind the Technicolor organization. As part of the crew, Natalie was always credited on a Technicolor film but the company lost its grip in Hollywood when Natalie sued

  • Dr Herbert T. Kalmus (1881-1963) - Find A Grave Memorial

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    Co-inventor and President of Technicolor. Not as well known as his ex-wife Natalie, Dr. Kalmus nonetheless was the...

  • Dr. Herbert T. Kalmus - AllMovie | Movies and Films Database

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    Find bio, credits and filmography information for Dr. Herbert T. Kalmus on AllMovie - Dr. Herbert T. Kalmus was the co-inventor of Technicolor, a process that created color film. Kalmus…

  • Dr. Herbert T. Kalmus Biography | Fandango

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    Dr. Herbert T. Kalmus was the co-inventor of Technicolor, a process that created color film. Kalmus graduated from MIT and earned a Doctorate from the University of Zurich. Afterward he became a college professor and it was then that he first began toying with new processes for adding color to film. He and Daniel F. Comstock perfected the first Technicolor,...

  • Herbert T. Kalmus | George Eastman Museum

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    Herbert T. Kalmus was president and co-founder of the Technicolor Motion Picture Corporation. As the company's business leader, Kalmus used his talent for courting investors and negotiating contracts to firmly position Technicolor as a vital part of the film industry.

  • Dr. Herbert T. Kalmus | Data Corrections | AllMovie

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  • Who is, or was, Natalie Kalmus and why is she listed as colour director ...

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    SHE WAS the wife of Dr Herbert T Kalmus, founder of the Technicolor company. For many years she was the senior colour consultant for the organisation, while Dr Kalmus concentrated on the development of new film stocks and cameras.

  • Mr. Technicolor by Dr. Herbert T. Kalmus with Eleanor King Kalmus (ISBN ...

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    AbeBooks.com: Mr. Technicolor by Dr. Herbert T. Kalmus with Eleanor King Kalmus (ISBN: 1882127315): First Edition. Signed by the authorÕs step daughter, Cammie King, who played Clark GableÕs and Vivien LeighÕs daughter, Bonnie Blue Butler, in the 1939 film classic ÔGone With the WindÕ produced by David O. Selznick. Her signature reads: ÒCammie King ÔBonnie Blue ButlerÕ in ÔGone With the Wind.ÕÓ King was also the voice the character Faline in the Walt DisneyÕs 1942 animated film ...

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