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5.0 out of 5 stars 4 Classic Marple Films, 2 Feb. 2004
This review is from: Agatha Christie's Miss Marple Collection - Murder she Said / Murder Ahoy / Murder At The Gallop / Murder Most Foul (4 Discs) (Box Set) (DVD) [2004] (DVD)
Having waited many years for these to turn up on dvd. There here at last. 4 Films on separate dvds in a nicely packaged box. All the films are in full frame and B&W and what you may ask are the condition of these wonderfull dvds, well Warner Home Video have done an good job remastering these movies a few blemishes but excellant picture quality. Fans of these Margaret Rutherford films will surley be thrilled to get this super sleuth in action, she was infact 70 years of age and wore all her own clothes throughout the prodution and her own husband Stringer Davis starred alonside her. A mention must go to the wonderfull music score's which Ron Goodwin composed for all 4 films. So sit back and enjoy 4 wonderfull british movies.
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Initial post: 21 Oct 2008 22:25:03 BDT
ERROR !
P.Barker makes the statement that , "All the films are in full frame . . "
THIS IS NOT THE CASE. All of these films are aggressively cropped to fit 4:3. If I could include a picture in this post, I could show you.
I'm hoping they will release them all again in HD widescreen and without the cropping !!
( these are my all-time favourite films - I think it's Ron Goodwin's score that wins it for me. )
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