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Who Killed Teddy Bear  [DVD]
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All this plus Sal's outfits, when much dressed at all, namely the tightest fitting white jeans ever seen in black & white. The movie was too much for the times and flopped, it was not released in the UK for years, and 11 years later poor Sal Mineo ended up murdered sordidly at 35, before so much more could be achieved. Yet, if not as mamoth as James Dean's, his story is indeed legend.
Today 'Teddy Bear' has been released on DVD in this non-USA format, otherwise only available on VHS. Interestingly, Sal Mineo had produced a staging of John Herbert's prison-gay-themed play "Fortune and Men's Eyes" in 1971, the same year a film version of the play was released by MGM, sadly available only on VHS. Shouldn't there be a digital release of both these films for the whole world to enjoy?
The Network DVD is a full frame transfer and for the most part is a decent transfer but there are occasional scratches and a couple of the scenes are in extremely soft focus.
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