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Colorized movies are pretty well a dying breed. While Fox has recently released some colorized Shirley Temple films, in order get kids interested in her and Columbia has a few Three Stooges colorized, the big companies have pretty well given up on them. They simply aren't profitable enough to continue. There seems to be far more people willing to buy the original black & white versions than the colorized version which are costly to make. Even Ted Turner who spent many millions packaging and marketing colorized films to tv stations gave up because the stations just weren't interested in paying higher prices for movies that were considered a "turn off" to a large segment of their audiences.


As for your question, while Netflix might have a few of the recent ones, as I mentioned, since the older ones are no longer in release, I doubt that they would carry enough colorized films to make membership worthwhiled, if that's all you're interested in.

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