The American cinematographer (Nov 1937)

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November, 1937 • American Cinematographer 445 I V The queue at the box-office pays tribute to more than just the acting of the stars. Successful photography is also important in “putting the picture over.” More and more photographers—striving for perfection —are using Agfa’s improved SUPERPAN film. This film provides a fineness of grain that is a real triumph. In addition, it offers supersensitive speed . . . wider latitude . . . and a high, evenly balanced color sensitivity. Made by Agfa Ansco Corporation in Binghamton, N.Y. C. KING CHARNEY INCORPORATED HOLLYWOOD 6372 Santa Monica Blvd. Tel. Hollywood 2918-2919 NEW YORK 245 West 5 5th Street New York City L--