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This review is from: The Brides Of Dracula [DVD]  (DVD)
Ignore the 'widescreen fanatics' - if this were a true widescreen or cinemascope film presented in pan and scan I'd complain. The fact is you lose the smallest amount of detail at either side of the image, but gain a little more at the top and bottom of the screen. Big deal. BRIDES OF DRACULA (along with THE EVIL OF FRANKENSTEIN released by this company) are presented with astounding quality prints with superb sound. There are no examples of 'noses talking to one another' in either film. They're fine. Snap 'em up!
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Initial post: 21 May 2009 12:03:07 BDT
Neil Ford says:
If what you say about more information at top and bottom of screen is true, it sounds like this is the print made for small theatres and TV broadcast. I have the TV print of Time Bandits in my collection, and am glad to have the option to see more of the top and bottom of the sets, plus of course this is the version I grew up watching on TV, which is good nostalgia value.
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