A Blind Bargain - Preservation and Technical Specifications

Preservation and Technical Specifications

Today, the film is considered lost. The original negative was destroyed in 1931 by MGM several years after the takeover of Goldwyn Studios, and the last print is believed to have perished in the same fire in Vault #7 in 1967 that supposedly destroyed London After Midnight and studio elements of Tom and Jerry cartoons

The footage count in the film was 4,152 feet (1,266 m). The film was tinted and toned various colors, including blue tone/flesh tint, blue tint, night amber, straw amber, light lavender, green tint, and one sequence at a party was stencil colored using the Handschiegl Color Process, in multi-coloring bubbles that were made during a party.

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