The last entry in Kinemacolor's five-picture release schedule for the week of March 28, 1913, was the romantic drama The Princess of Romana. In the interests of economy, the film utilizes the same sets, costumes, and actors as the previous Kinemacolor one-reeler An American Invasion. Unwilling to marry the Prince of Cambria, the coquettish Princess of Romana runs away with a band of gypsies. Here she meets a dashing gypsy chieftan, with whom she immediately falls in love. Only at the very end of the film does the heroine discover that her gypsy sweetheart and the Prince of Cambria are actually one in the same. The color photography in Princess of Romana, accomplished with tinted film stock and special projection equipment, was quite impressive in its day.
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