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I actually thought that the colourizations were done well. I am normally against the re-imagining and colourization of old movies and I quite enjoy the black and white episodes as they were originally seen. I would be amongst the first to criticize someone for not wanting to watch something in black and white as being shallow and closed minded, but even I was taken by the quality of his work.
Now, I don't have any reference to know what the true colours of those clips should be and I would hope that he wasn't taking any artistic license, but I think he should pursue this process and develop it even further and make it better. I could see some clips that still looked colourized and were not natural looking.
I have to say, even though I oppose colourization of material originally shot in black & white, I was quite surprised by this sample video. He must have referenced actual colour still photographs because I recognized the colours being spot-on accurate for those instances where I knew there is colour documentation in existence in form of still photos.
Thanks for sharing this with us deveac.
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