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The color and film quality in general are also cleaned up a fair bit on the DVD.
I'm not surprised he also gets Yum-Yum's song--he was the main star of the film (this was his heyday in radio and movies.)
This film is as close as you will ever come to a stage performance in London during the great days of the Savoy Theatre.
An odd production of the Gilbert & Sullivan play made in 1939 amid the Hollywood glamour years and this reflects it. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Hollywood rewrite with scenes missing and out of order. The singing is good, though.Published 2 months ago by margaret bernstein
Any link between Gilbert and Sullivan's Mikado and this movie are purely coincidental.Published 2 months ago by Eulon Ross Taylor
This is one of my favorite operetta's from my childhood. In these days of DVDs and video streaming, we have a benefit that I did not have when I was a kid hearing my mother, along... Read morePublished 2 months ago by BytemanProofreader at Gmail
Of all the versins of the Mikado that I have seen, the nod for the best must go to this D'oyly Carte production.Published 2 months ago by baa
We have seen Mikados that were much better. Sometimes I felt the costuming got in the way. The sound was uneven so sometimes I could hear and sometimes not... Read morePublished 3 months ago by John R. Isaac