The 1990s reissue print looks closer to the blu ray. If not as orange in the skin tones.
I have seen film cels that look closer to the blu ray than the 35mm scan.
I wish i had them in hand and a scanner but i don’t.
Really makes me wonder what the color looked like in 1981 if there was a non faded Eastman print.
All the film copies i have seen for sale or film cels from the original release are red and pink.
I haven’t seen any 1990s era prints. Film prints made 2012 and later are from the blu-ray master, not the original timing, I have snippets of a print.
The 35mm release here:
is from an unfaded original Eastman print.
Here are a few comparisons between the original print, 2003 DVD, 2011 30th anniversary restoration and 2012 blu-ray. The blu-ray is likely based on the 2011 version, but they have brightened it and applied orange and teal filters. The color is fundamentally altered, some shots more than others. The shot of Indy and Marion is an extreme and almost absurd example. And many shots have overexposed elements such as the shot of the angelic apparition.