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The image is clear and crisp, film grain is intact and whites and blacks are strong.
Once again, there is not a lot that I can say about this film except that it is simply a fantastic film and should be seen by everyone!
It's a must see film and one of those perfect films and Criterion Collection always has great releases with extras.
Truly boring. My favorite stars Mitchum and Winters are wasted in this one. Both of them seem to dream-walk throughout. Criterion version for this? Why?Published 1 month ago by Leslie Chang
The movie is excellent, but the case was badly damaged when I received it. It won't even close properly, but I don't mind too much. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jake
I saw this movie back in the fifties as a kid and it scared the hell out of me. It probably scared the hell out of every kid that saw the movie. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Gary Gilfoy
Grimm's Hansel and Gretel on the Ohio River, as 2 cute kids take to a skiff with stolen cash to escape their brand new stepfather (Robert Mitcham, in a sensational performance as... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Peter Jakobsen
If you want Robert Mitchum movies, this one should be in the collection -- also the only movie directed by Charles Laughton (1955). Read morePublished 4 months ago by Paul Jacobson
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Mr. Bobber, the original aspect ratio of the negative was 1.37. A few release prints were blown-up and cropped in 1.66 (to create a quasi wide screen effect) but most projection systems of the 1950's could only handle standard 35mm (keep in mind that CinemaScope was an optical process). The DVD... Read More
Aug 16, 2011 by D Barrett | See all 3 posts
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Criterion isn't the only distributor to do this. Many discs in Europe dont play here either, as well as all over the world. Probably due to licensing issues. But as M Montoya suggests, you can email them for the whole story (if there even is one)
Jul 30, 2011 by Quexos | See all 4 posts