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Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves [DVD]
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All the excitement of the Arabian Nights is orchestrated in this thrilling tale of romance, revenge and high drama. Orphaned as a young child and adopted by a band of notorious thieves, the now-grown Ali Baba (Jon Hall) sets out to avenge his father's murder, reclaim the royal throne, and rescue his childhood love Amara (Maria Montez) from the clutches of his treacherous enemy. A lavish adventure classic, co-starring the great Andy Devine, and filmed in glorious Technicolor, Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves is presented for the first time for home viewing in the UK in a stunning restored high-definition transfer.
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The film is a lavish, cheeecake adventure, campy in it's excesses, but beautiful to behold as a glorious Technicolor remnant of Hollywood in the forties.
I have various copies of this film in other media but this Blu Ray is stunning. There appears to be no color registration problems causing halos around moving figures due to shrinkage of one of other of the 3-trip Technicolor negatives. The sound is clean & clear.
The only disappointment is that there is no trailer or any other extras.
My only qualm is that the color in the original Technicolor release-prints would have been much more saturated and eye-popping, and the experience of seeing them in a theater would be dramatically different than viewing a restoration like this. I love seeing the restorations, but they offer a very distinct experience.
I was surprised that my estimations of Montez's acting ability went up a bit watching this; some subtlety comes through that doesn't normally show. She actually was fine when doing simple material that didn't exceed her abilities. Unfortunately I don't think that enough original material exists to create a similar restoration of "Cobra Woman".
I love watching him in this first reel and he is what you see on the screen and what you see is what you get. He must have been wonderful to know and to have as a friend in those days and it's obvious that after that, as he grew into his teenage years, something terrible must have happened to him. Why? Perhaps he was let down and abandoned and betrayed by those he misguidedly loved and trusted. The same thing happened to the likes of Bobby Driscoll and Darren Burn.Read more ›
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A classic good copy and great in blu ray , a must for any great movie collector as here are some of the first special effects you should buy it now,,Published 14 hours ago by D. Lloyd
Brings back memories of the sixties when I first saw this movie, recommended!Published 7 months ago by Alex Scott
Great fun - and a good colour print - BUT - am I imagining it, or is the sound out of synchronisation? (Check lip movement)Published 11 months ago by Hank
one of my favourites arrived on time will sshop with you again thankyouPublished 17 months ago by tina crone
TO ME THE ORIGINAL AND THE BEST. GREAT TRANSITION TO DISC. VERY HIGH QUALITY PRODUCT. I'M HOPING FOR MORE OF THE SAME IN OLD FILMS.Published 21 months ago by DREAM TOWN
Here we go again another film not released in Australia use the studios should be she gives us a good kick in the pants picture is magnificent for such an old film so was the soundPublished 21 months ago by paul block