Programme for the Kinemacolor Season at the Holborn Empire

Made:
1914 in London
printer:
Dangerfield Printing Company Limited

The Kinemacolor Season, The Holborn Empire programme, 9 April

A programme for the Kinemacolor Season at the Holborn Empire, London, April 1914. The programme advertises the Kinemacolor film 'The World the Flesh and the Devil'. This was the first showing of a full length feature film in colour. It was produced using Kinemacolor by Charles Urban (1867-1942). Also showing as part of the Kinemacolor Season at the Holborn Empire were films such as 'Floral Friends' and 'An Awkward Mix-up (A Screaming Farce)'.

A programme for the Kinemacolor Season at the Holborn Empire, London, April 1914.

The programme advertises the Kinemacolor film 'The World the Flesh and the Devil'. This was the first showing of a full length feature film in colour. It was produced using Kinemacolor by Charles Urban (1867-1942). Also showing as part of the Kinemacolor Season at the Holborn Empire were films such as 'Floral Friends' and 'An Awkward Mix-up (A Screaming Farce)'.

Details

Category:
Cinematography
Object Number:
2005-5002/5/7/1
type:
programme
taxonomy:
  • visual and verbal communication
credit:
National Media Museum, Bradford
status:
Permanent collection

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