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I bought this DVD from and it would not play on my DVD machine. The DVD is produced by Mr Bongo. The format is "Multi Regional Dual LayerDVD9". Read morePublished 2 months ago by george barkman
As does all of Welles' work turning Shakespeare into film, Chimes is fascinating both for its visual style and for the editing of the texts he uses. Read morePublished 3 months ago by kcams
A Super production of Henry IV (parts 1&2) w/Orson Wells as Falstaff. Wells' portrayal of "the fat knight" is fully human...much more than just a clown or a coward.Published 3 months ago by D. Koch
I was delighted that the picture and sound had been cared for. I was afraid this would just be another visually poor, out of sync print of this film, which I've always loved, since... Read morePublished 4 months ago by KRabin
I'll add my tenor notes of complaint to the chorus of other 1-star reviews.
**Don't buy this disc. Read more
While the film is an artistic success, the DVD was not playable on a standard Sony Blueray DVD player.
I was able to view the film on my wide screen HP computer monitor. Read more
This is a review of the 2012 edition from "Mr Bongo Films." Due to legal disputes concerning the ownership of the film rights, Welles' late period masterpiece is difficult... Read morePublished 8 months ago by curtis martin
Tried three separate players, old to new, and the disc wouldn't open in any of them. Don't throw your packaging away if you buy it.Published 10 months ago by Gregory F. Taylor
You should be prepared for parts where the dialogue is not easily understandable; repeat viewings will help. Photography is marvellous.Published 10 months ago by Walter Pohl