Color Film of London From 1927Scott BealeNovember 12, 2009 “The Open Road London”, a wonderful color film of London shot in 1927, from the London’s Screen Archives of Film London. London was the final stop in a marathon journey around Britain filmed as a series of cinema travelogues. Pioneering filmmaker Claude Friese-Greene brought these picture-postcard scenes to life with a specially-devised colour film process. via Boing Boing Related Posts Managed WordPress at Laughing Squid Hosting Use promo code SQUIDBLOG for one free month of hosting. Previous Post Ape Lad’s Twitter Bird Logo Shaped Twitter Avatars Next Post Video of Dia De Los Muertos in San Francisco Recent Posts Efficiently Expressive Words That Don’t Exist in English Snoop Dogg and Eminem Turn Into Their Bored Apes in a Collaborative Song That Premiered at ApeFest 2022 Spelunking Twins Explore a Hole That Leads to a Massive 220 Foot Drop Down Into the Earth Guitarist Adds Live Red Hot Chili Peppers Soundtrack to the Nooran Sisters Singing a Bollywood Song Bandmates Play Intro to Rage Against The Machine’s ‘Killing in the Name’ on Dog Toys Kate Bush Talks About Making the ‘Hounds of Love’ Album With ‘Running Up That Hill’ in 1985 Join the Laughing Squid Email List Receive an email with each day's blog posts.