La Peau Douce
"The saddest thing in my career is that I was never able to photograph (Greta Garbo) in color," cinematographer William Daniels once commented. "I begged the studio. I felt I had to get those incredible blue eyes in color, but they said no. The process at the time was cumbersome and expensive, and the pictures were already making money. I still feel sad about it."
Charlie Chaplin and Kid Lewis, 1919
Mary Pickford in Kiki (1931)