Woody Allen, Ginger Rogers and Dick Gephardt talk about colorizing old b/w movies
Actor Woody Allen (L) chats with Rep. Richard (Dick) Gephardt, D-MO, as actress Ginger Rogers looks on during a reception on May 12, 1987 on Capitol Hill in Washington. Allen and Rogers testified before a Senate committee on the "colorization" of old black and white movies. (UPI Files/Jay Mallin/Files)
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