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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars great transfer quality! very good value/package!, June 8, 2007
This review is from: Dean Martin & Jerry Lewis Collection, Volume Two (Pardners / Hollywood or Bust / Living It Up / You're Never Too Young / Artists and Models) (DVD)
Hi Folks

these films look fabulous!! Many of them are VISTAVISION which was the absolute highest grade quality/size negative format from the 50's era.

I'm not going to deduct stars for what Isn't in this set...that's lame...this is 5 very well presented movies with many many laughs..some great songs and loads of fun...for a bit over $20? Geeez , how can you resist?

I can't explain Martin & Lewis to you ...if you don't know their work..start with volume 1 then this one..and don't avoid the Legendary Jerry set as its wonderful as well. Kids out there? Think Adam Sandler invented that character of his? watch Jerry...

and Dean is still the big brother we all wished we had..cool as heck and very protective of his idiot friend.
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Initial post: Dec 22, 2009 1:39:25 PM PST
Interesting that you noticed that Paramount put all its VistaVision films in Volume 2, but doesn't help the fact that they are all in full screen 1:33 aspect ratio instead of WideScreen 1:85...I'd rather wait until TCM shows them...they show these types of films in their true art form...the way they were meant to be... I just wish Warner Bros. would re-issue its earlier DVDs, which are still in full screen, such as" Frantic, Final Analysis, Forever Young, Fair Game and Sharkey's Machine...
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