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EXCELLENT!! That goes for both versions. Have seen the Spencer Tracy version quite a few times on tv previously. Seen the Fredric March version once before. Read morePublished 5 months ago by TIV
Five stars for 1932 film. 1941 film very poor. double sided disc magnet for finger prints, my disc froze near end 1941 film.Published 7 months ago by Mr Viewer
This is a two film set. (you have to turn the disc over for the other version starring Spencer Tracy) by all the first film of this two part set is the Fredrick March Version. Read morePublished 7 months ago by John Moore
The two versions, one starring Fredric March (1932), the other with Spencer Tracey (1941) could not be more different. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Blackadder
I have been seeking the Frederick March version a long time. Now I have it. It is good.What more can one say?Published 14 months ago by Mr. A. Taylor
1931 had been a big year for horror. Universal Pictures had enjoyed box office success with Dracula and Frankenstein, while Paramount desperately needed a hit to counter its... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Princess Spider
Always been huge fan of this film but did not expect 2 versions on the dvd and as the disc was plain i was slightly confused as to what side to put on. Read morePublished 21 months ago by angie
I really love this movie.
Arrived on time and we got two movies in one package.
I highly recommend the 1932 one for everyone to see.
the films were okay for the time the special effects were okay for the era,Actors Fredric March and Spencer Tracy try their best at a poor scriptsPublished 23 months ago by abbaman