Black and white prints using film stocks coated on coloured transparent base made for special sequences, for example, blue base for moonlight effects, red for fire, orange for candle light, etc. Rarely used after 1940.
A tinted print will have the colour from edge to edge of the film including the perforated margins. A tinted film, as opposed to a toned print tinting, does not affect the silver image. It is a colouring of the entire base, not a colouring of the silver images.