Available to enjoy on YouTube.
13. Singing in the Rain. This 1952 color picture shows a lot of black and white movie footage.
14. The Phantom of the Opera (1925) - Original celebrated silent classic starring Lon Chaney as Erik the Phantom.
The majority of the movie is in black and white usually with colour tinted hues. The masquerade ball scene (or Bal Masque) is made in a two strip colour Technicolor process. Footage made of the Soldier's night scene in colour has long since been lost.
Your choice of Phantom of the Opera is a very inventive one. 15. The Perils of Pauline from 1947. Betty Hutton and John Lund act in this Technicolor movie about Pearl White's silent film career. The silent film sequences are in black and white.
16. The Women (1939) This film is in black and white, but there is a fashion show partway through that is in color.
Sorry I've been absent for awhile. This round looks like fun!
I'm glad that you have joined the game and that you like the topic which I suggested. It is good to have you in the game. Your entry, 16, is very informative. I have read about The Women, but I didn't know about the color sequence. That seems to have been a popular idea in 1939!
By the way, I would like to invite you to join my blogathon, "The Great Breening Blogathon:" https://pureentertainmentpreservationsociety.wordpress.com/2017/09/.... It is celebrating the life and work of Joseph Breen, the enforcer of the Motion Picture Production Code between 1934 and 1954. As we honor his birthday, which is on October 14, we will be discussing and analyzing the Code era, breening films from other eras, and writing about our own ideas for classic movies. One doesn't have to agree with the Code and Mr. Breen to enjoy that! I hope you will do me the honor of joining. We could really use your talent!
17. The Tender Trap from 1955. This is a color movie, but there is one scene in Debbie Reynolds's apartment when they are watching television. The television is playing a scene from the 1953 movie Easy to Love, in which Esther Williams and John Bromfield are swimming around. Easy to Love was a color picture, but the television is playing the scene in black and white.
18. The Purple Rose of Cairo - This Woody Allen film centers around a romance between a 1930s film character (in black and white) and a real-life audience member. The character manages to escape the screen and enter the real world to be with his love, but there are certain problems to be worked out. He knows only the artificial world of his character, and his flesh-and-blood love interest knows all too well the problems of the real world.