* Appalling colour balance. Most of the film could be in sepia monochrome, and you would not tell the difference.
* Heavily cropped from the original panavision 2.35:1 to 4:3, so that just about half of the frame is lost. This makes several scenes just background to the action taking place (invisibly) to the sides.
* The penultimate scene is badly pressed, giving the first pressed DVD I have ever viewed that would not play without fault. A 15 second pause with blocky representation of a frame, followed by the next scene some actual six minutes later in the movie.
* Poor sound quality.
* Poor focus.
I suspect that the producers of this DVD used a seventh generation copy of the original film, not the master, or even a first generation copy. I completely fail to understand why the film was so heavily and unnecessarily cropped.