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Good family movie, action filled and great cinematography.
The presentation of this classic western also removes the join lines of the three strips of film, well, almost removes them.
The picture and sound quality on this film is stunning, particularly on the second disc which includes the Cinerama version.
No matter how many years pass since this movie was made, and despite the lack of Cinemascope, the story is historically accurate and told in a breathtaking manner. Read morePublished 5 days ago by GE
This movie was nominated for 8 and won 3 Academy Awards,including Best Picture in 1962.It was also a top box-office winner. Read morePublished 5 days ago by J. Guild
It is a good movie. It has a Great cast of people that I have seen in other movies growing up.Published 10 days ago by Lydia A. Chapman
After all these years, How the West Was Won is still a great movie. Be sure to get the Smilebox Blu-Ray to best enjoy the film. Read morePublished 10 days ago by John M.
Rented this movie for my Dad and myself to watch. He was a big John Wayne and western fan. Made the time at the end of his life more enjoyable, Thank you. I miss him very much!Published 10 days ago by Donald Jay Peters
Was a great movie, but does not play well over a TV screen. Can and do recomend it in spite of this short fall.Published 27 days ago by John Morin
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|Aspect Ratio: 1.66:1 ?||
I don't see why this seems to be so difficult to understand... It is simply impossible to completely fill the screen of a display with an aspect ratio differing from the as-shot frame without either 1) cropping the image (top/bottom or sides, depending on which was wider) or 2) distorting the... Read More
Apr 10, 2009 by A Reader | See all 10 posts
|Where is the missing scene of the water tower collapse during the...||
"At the showing of HTWW at the Dome last year there was some comment about a scene in which a water tower falls down. It was not in the film! Upon later discussion it was agreed that the scene was in the trailer for the film but not in the final version!"
Sep 29, 2008 by BubbaCoop | See all 19 posts
Smilebox really works with this film. A flat presentation is distorted along the side panels due to the deep curvature of the image captured in the CINERAMA cameras. Just watched the Smilebox Blu-ray for the first time and it really makes this film look 100% better on top of a fantastic... Read More
Mar 9, 2010 by Dee Zee | See all 5 posts
|Is this really 1.33:1?||
It is 2.89: 1 and looks great.
Sep 17, 2008 by Moray | See all 8 posts
|Amazon to correct their region coding for Blu-ray||
I am pleased someone else noticed and did something! As u can read below 'smmab' - I wrote some weeks ago. As u can appreciate, it is pretty important for us "Across the Pacific' to have the right technical info! ... Read More
Aug 31, 2008 by rfdunedin | See all 5 posts
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