TBT: Regency x 1930s + Technicolor = Becky Sharp (1935) | Frock Flicks
Becky Sharp is an adaptation of a play, which is an adaptation of the Thackeray novel Vanity Fair, and most notable for being the first feature film to use the three-strip Technicolor process. This means it’s the earliest full-length film to accurately capture the spectrum of color. As a movie, it’s basically the CliffsNotes version of Vanity... Read more →