One of the few Widescreen Black and White features
There's more of them out there than you might think. I was always really partial to another of Paul's, Hud, "The man with the barbed-wire soul". Saw that one a bunch, primarily P&S. A first class DVD of this one would be a major cause for celebration in the Dogpen.
Gary - if you don't mind me asking, were did you pick up your copy of this dvd for $16.99 CAD? Been buying most of mine from Future Shop but they don't even have this one listed on their in-store systems or website.
CNL.com - but I have a discount there because of my large volume of purchases.... but I do recommend the site, good deals and good shipping rates... also because I am in Ontario and they are in BC I avoid Provincial Sales Tax...
The quality of color film stock, I believe, has evolved considerably, whereas B&W is used less frequently, and therefore has not improved as much.
Seeing films in theaters - there are many reasons why the apparent qulaity of the film may be less than what it actually is on the original. This is one reason why it is very possible to produce an image at home that is superior to what is available in theaters.
With digital manipulation of the image, I would expect the quality to be less than what is possible with no digital intervention.
Are movies less sharp? I don't know. I am fairly certain however that the quality of theaters has dropped substantially.
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