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Quality of the transfer could be better but worth having in your collection.
Peter Cushing is Winston who lives in a totalitarian system in 1984, dominated by "Big Brother", where even the thoughts of people are controlled by the government.
If you haven't seen this version, it's worth going to YouTube and watching there, but this DVD-R is not worth what they're asking.
Cushing in such great form here.... This production cause a public uproar, and was denounced in Parliament and almost banned. Thankfully, it was preserved on kinascope!Published 2 months ago by Rashid Patch
Quite a disppointment. The initial DVD menu is amateur and it looks more like a pirate copy. Do not understand how it is selling at Amazon. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Fabio Caldas
They'll split your bleeding cranium and fill it full of air. 6 were 9. Hey hey mama said the way you move gonna makePublished 6 months ago by gcd
1950s BBC version. Captures the essence of the book well. Quality of the transfer could be better but worth having in your collection.Published 15 months ago by Paul D. Cornish
This was a real classic film from 1950's BBC TV. Enjoyed the retro aspect of it. An amazingly good production considering what they had to work with technologically.Published 17 months ago by Pat Andersen
The book was better than the movie and was boring . The account and warning is still used in recent assessments of current events as an example of a globalist empire . Read morePublished 18 months ago by Jim W. Blain
Not as harrowing as the theatrical motion picture adaptation of George Orwell's "1984" that was actually made in the year 1984 (starrgin William Hurt, Suzanna Hamilton, and the... Read morePublished 23 months ago by Christian D. Orr
The edition viewed is the one from PRStudios. Amazon should have noted that this is a DVD-R. This is a great production of a very timely story, although the DVD quality leaves... Read morePublished on March 26, 2010 by larryj1