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Color is magnificent and the picture quality is great as well as the sound.
It might be an old movie but have loved it from the first time I saw it many years ago, Got it for my husband and daughter to watch they love it to.
If you're thinking about buying a DVD version of this movie thinking that it will be of better quality.......FORGET IT !!!
I have loved this film since first watching it as a young boy with my father. From vhs to dvd to FINALLY blu-ray, I have waited for the clarity that the blu-ray disc offers me for... Read morePublished 1 day ago by Nick Lowry
what a change to see john wayne out of the western set. loved it any ratePublished 1 day ago by Warwick Charlesworth
I ordered this movie for my aunt and she was really excited when it came sooner than expected. It plays fine and she's happy.Published 2 days ago by Amazon Customer
I bought this for my wife who is my Irish classic: it's her favorite movie. I like it because it's a John Wayne movie, and John Wayne was a stand up guy. Read morePublished 4 days ago by John M.
If anything, The Quiet Man is a idealized movie about rootedness. In this excellent John Ford Classic, Sean Thornton (John Wayne) returns to his Irish birthplace after growing up... Read morePublished 4 days ago by Carl Robinson
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|Quiet Man, is there a DVD that is in wide-screen???||
Both versions are in 4:3. The original aspect ratio of The Quiet Man was 4:3, like most films shot prior to 1953, so there would be no way (or benefit) to have a widescreen version. So, to watch this film on your 16:9 display, you need to select the mode which results in vertical black bars on... Read More
Feb 7, 2008 by J Sebastian | See all 2 posts
There are no subtitles. You just have to listen to the parts you are having problems with until your ear picks up the accents. For practice, you could watch BBC television so that you get used to hearing English words pronounced differently. Granted the Irish accent is different, and heavier... Read More
Feb 7, 2008 by J Sebastian | See all 3 posts
|Tha Quiet Man||
Although i can't say for sure, chances are the company that owns the film rights and makes the DVD may not wish to spend the money to get a good translation and have the subtitles put in the program, at least not yet. To be honest i wish I knew what they were saying when they spoke in Gaelic.
Mar 18, 2011 by John Erickson | See all 2 posts
|The Quiet Man on DVD||
i am looking for the smae thing.i watched the ''collectors edition" from netflix and it was not the best picture quality,but still ok.from what i understand,the artisan release is worse
Jan 4, 2010 by andy f | See all 7 posts
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