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Actions, romance, wonderful costumes - a good entertaining film.
The 1937 version of "The Prisoner of Zenda" is one of my favorite films ever...it's one of the very few movies that both generations of my family enjoy.
The actors, Stewart Granger, Deborah Kerr and James Mason, while good just cannot match the original.
Good prices. Great movie. My only issue was that the DVD case got tossed around a bit and a corner was broken during shipping...otherwise all good!Published 1 month ago by Rebekah Stevens
Classics back-to-back. Two films based on the same script that reflect the timeless appeal of the story.Published 1 month ago by Michael L. McQuown
While I love this movie, both the 1937 & 1952 versions, this particular DVD is absolutely terrible. Both picture and audio are clearly cheap, I'm betting this is a copy of a copy... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Vicki in CT
A bit hokum and a disappointment after Stewart Granger's outing in "Scaramouche". James Mason was solid as the chief villain and Deborah Kerr forever lovely as the... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Michael Luck
Fun to compare a classic film. Which one is better, that is for the individual to decide. Me I enjoy them both.Published 2 months ago by Blindman
I already have it on VHS. My favorite Ronald Colman film together with Random HarvestPublished 2 months ago by Johnny Shafferman