"From Australia James A. Sherlock sent 'Harbor,' a picture in Kodachrome. While the picture was well made, finely edited and cut, it suffered from uneven coloring and density. Undoubtedly much was taken with the earlier Kodachrome which darkened rapidly after it was exposed if it was not rushed to the processing plant." American Cinematographer, Feb. 1937, 73.
Sherlock discusses Kodachrome harbor filming in "Shooting Waterfront as Sherlock Does It" (American Cinematographer, Dec. 1937, 515, 532).
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