Nobody on the planet is more queer than myself for color photos taken during the filming of classic black-and-white films. I just happened upon these four from Martin Ritt‘s The Spy Who Came In From The Cold (’65). I’m not 100% certain they aren’t colorized. It’s certainly possible, given that the dominant color in three of these is the same brownish amber-gold, not to mention my suspicion that in actuality Peter Van Eyck‘s dyed hair was probably more white-ish than blonde-ish. I’ll nonetheless accept these for the time being. The shot of Richard Burton sitting in the prison cell looks like genuine color.