Yes I'm posting this at 3:40 in the morning but I can't seem to calm down. As shameful as it is to admit this, I've had The Adventures of Robin Hood 2-disc SE and only watched it tonight. I don't know why I never picked it up, but it was on my to-watch shelf since its release. Anyway, to make a long story short, I was of course blown away by the film and also by the Technicolor and the beautiful restoration done by WB. I put in the second disc and the first thing I watched was the Glorious Technicolor documentary, which prompted this late-night/early-morning post. I consider myself a sort of a film buff, knowledgeable in all sorts of film history, but it was news to me that color films were made as early as 1920s (and even earlier). I always assumed for some reason that Disney's cartoon The Flowers and the Trees was one of the earliest color films, yet I believe it came out in 1932. So after finishing the great documentary on Technicolor, I went searching online for anything else I could find about it. Unfortunately, I couldn't find a complete list of all Technicolor films. I see some of the earlier Technicolor films are indeed available on DVD, most notably The Black Pirate, which I shall be acquiring soon, but many others are not, like Betsy Sharp for example. The purpose of this post and this thread, I hope, is so to have a more or less complete listing of Technicolor films, and which ones are available on DVD. I was not able to find such a list via Google.