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BluRay and Vista Vision combination is a visual feast. This is one of the best westerns on a par with Red River and High Noon.Published 6 days ago by Amazon Customer
Rented this movie for my Dad and myself to watch. He was a big John Wayne and western fan. Made the time at the end of his life more enjoyable, Thank you. I miss him very much!Published 10 days ago by Donald Jay Peters
Great movie. Classic John Wayne. One of the only movies I can remember where John Wayne's character was totally obsessed to the point of losing everything including his self. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Roy Horn
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|flaw with blu ray?||
yep my audio is about 4 frames late i have e-mailed warners could be
there was a pressing fault
Nov 5, 2008 by D. BYRNE | See all 7 posts
|Blu Ray vs. my standard DVD||
Oh yeah, there's a difference. Huge. I have the DVD and the Blu-ray. The DVD is pretty good, the Blu-ray is shocking. It's hard to believe that it was filmed nearly 60 years ago -- the picture is that good. Those shots of Monument Valley look nearly 3D. This is probably the best transfer... Read More
May 4, 2010 by Charlie | See all 5 posts
|Hank Worden (ol mose) Worden||
Loved him in Red River. "Planting and reading. Planting and reading. How come you fill a man full of lead and then read words over him like you're involving the Good Lord in the shooting?"
Sep 13, 2009 by True Crime Reader | See all 2 posts
|Does anyone know the difference||
The ultimate edition includes these extras:
Reproduction of 1956 Dell comic book
Reproduction of original 1956 Warner Bros. press book
Reproductions of filmmaker memos and correspondence
10 postcards with behind-the-scenes photos
Movie poster offer
Jun 6, 2006 by Timothy Murray | See all 4 posts
No Raymond , to my knowledge the film has been left in mono. However in dolby digital mono..
Warners are careful NOT to upset too many people.
Thanks Kevin Janner.
Jul 21, 2007 by Mr. Kevin D. Janner | See all 8 posts
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