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The Gulf Between (1917) was the first film to use the Technicolor process (process number one). Song of the Flame (1930) is a musical operetta film photographed entirely in Techincolor. It was the first color film to feature a widescreen sequence using a process called Vitascope, the trademark name for Warner Brothers' widescreen process. The film, based on the 1925 Broadway musical of the same name, was nominated for an Oscar for "Best Sound Recording."

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The first general release flick to use Technicolor was The Toll of the Sea (1922), directed by Chester M. Franklin.

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The first film to be released in Technicolor was The Toll of the Sea, which debuted on November 26, 1922. The Wizard of Oz (1939) was perhaps the most well known Technicolor films.

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