Go to Black

Go to Black

In film, to fade the screen until no image appears and the screen is simply black. Going to black may be used between scenes or to create dramatic effect. It may therefore be used in commercials and some other forms of marketing.
References in classic literature ?
On the morning of the twenty-second, grandfather announced at breakfast that it would be impossible to go to Black Hawk for Christmas purchases.
In the Yorkshire Snooker League, Huddersfield went down 5-1 to League leaders Leeds, with only Hillhouse & Birkby's Alex Hirst picking up a frame - although three of them did go to black ball games.
A disproportionate percentage of degrees from proprietary colleges go to Black and Hispanic graduates.
I am a lover of Wales - I stop for three weeks a year in Abersochbut in summer I don't go to Black Rock as the beach is packed withcars.
If you bank at a black bank if you go to a black [dry] cleaner, if you go to black restaurants, you are recycling your dollars.
But if Kyle was the hero up front, full marks go to Black Cats keeper Mart Poom, for a string of superb early saves.
TV chiefs are so confident in the illusionist they are using a short time delay but they will go to black on screen if Derren makes the ultimate mistake.
Similar rises over fences go to Black Mac (now 106) and Fourth Class (115) for winning at Killarney.
Many of these "green" contracts for the management of air, water and solid waste pollution will go to black companies.