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Judy Garland and James Mason, without a doubt, deserved Oscars for thier performances.
The DVD offers the film in its restored state, in Cinemascope, and with television broadcast footage of the Los Angeles premiere.
1954 saw the release of A Star Is Born, one of the best films ever made about Hollywood.
This is a really enjoyable film in it's original, 154 minute final cut which ran on TV for years. However, I don't much care fore the long stretches of "restored" footage,... Read morePublished 12 days ago by leslie eckhardt
missing footage disconcerting, but reproduction is quite good.Published 20 days ago by robert johnson
I didn't know this version had still pictures and wasn't a smooth movie from start to finish. I've wanted to see it a long time and I didn't even finish it.Published 1 month ago by Deborah H. Tomer
This DVD should not even be sold. Many original scenes lost and is only a patchwork of a movie now.Published 2 months ago by Hilda Nunez
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Let me know if you have the shortened version on DVD. It's listed as 154 minutes long.
Mar 25, 2011 by Hollywood Hack | See all 2 posts
This is an excerpt from blu-ray.com:
"My one nitpick involves the film's framing. A quick comparison between Warner's new 2.55:1 transfer and its DVD counterpart (initially released in 2000 and reissued as a Collector's Edition in 2001) reveals a number of interesting, albeit admittedly... Read More
Jun 22, 2010 by S. P. McCauley | See all 2 posts
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