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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.
Totally lacking in the pitter-patter and between song dialog. World's worst adaptation of a Gilbert and Sullivan play. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Catriona D. Smithers
It is not the best production but it is still enjoyable. If you like Gilbert and Sullivan and never saw the Mikado it is well worth a look.Published 1 month ago by mykarass
I finally got to watch this movie. My husband walked out in the middle of it in the theatre. He could not hear the high notes. I loved itPublished 1 month ago by Kindle Customer
An odd production of the Gilbert & Sullivan play made in 1939 amid the Hollywood glamour years and this reflects it. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
Hollywood rewrite with scenes missing and out of order. The singing is good, though.Published 4 months ago by margaret bernstein