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Featurettes -- "A Message from Carl Foreman", "Great Guns", "Honeymoon on Rhodes", "No Visitors",
Two Girls on the Town"
"Memories of Navarone" Documentary
Dolby Digital 5.1
Widescreen 1:2.35 enhanced for 16:9 TVs
Languages -- English, French, German
Subtitles -- English, French, German, Polish, Czech, Hungarian, Hindi,
Turkish, Danish, Arabic, Swedish, Finnish, Icelandic, Dutch, Norwegian,
Greek, Hebrew, Bulgarian.
On the DVD: This special-edition DVD gives the modern-day viewer a taste of what movies were like in 1961. Four curious featurettes are included, produced as publicity for the film. James Darren narrates a little ditty at his honeymoon in Malta during filming; Irene Papas narrates a giddy, old-fashioned look at "Two Girls on the Town". There is even a filmed bit with producer-writer Carl Foreman that was shown once at the premiere. The 30-minute retrospective, "Memories of Navarone", made in 1999 has the expected reminiscences from Gregory Peck and Anthony Quinn. Director J. Lee Thompson's audio commentary is a bit frustrating; he's now in his 80s, and most of his recollections are slow in coming. A historian could have brought out the film's history (it was the most expensive movie ever made at time of release) and produced a more vital viewing. --Doug Thomas
This was apresent for my husband and it is better than others , remastered ect . Excellent for a war film fan.Published 24 days ago by Reba's Mum