Anne of Green Gables
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When Anne Shirley arrives at the Cuthbert’s Farm on Prince Edward Island, she is a precocious, romantic child, desperate to be loved, and highly sensitive about her red hair and homely looks. In her own unique, headstrong manner, Anne manages to insult the town matriarch, Rachel Lynde, in a dispute over her looks, smashes her slate over Gilbert Blythe’s head – when he calls her “carrots” during her first day at school – and accidentally dyes her hair green in an effort to turn her red hair black and salvage her wounded pride.
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- Megan Follows audition
- Behind-the-scenes special
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Absolutely a low quality, bare bones DVD of a modern classic.
No captions available.
No bonus features (other than a commentary)
Picture quality looks like it was transferred from a VHS tape to DVD, then back to VHS, then back to DVD.
The audio is probably the worst I have ever heard on a modern DVD release, not exaggerating. It sounds like ti goes from stereo to mono to stereo in many places.
Cheap cheap cheap - shame on Sullivan for corrupting the delightful world of Anne with this half-hearted money grab.
I, like many others, love the movies (1 and 2 only) and will "hold our nose and continue to watch them" since there's no other option.
Kevin Sullivan will have many sins to answer for in the next life, though! A pox on you sir!
ETA: It looks very likely that it's my DVD player itself that has the issue. Oops! So the DVD is probably fine. Now I feel confident about giving 5 stars.
Also want to add that the acting is PERFECTION. There's really no way they can ever remake this. It's too perfect as is. A shame it can't be HD quality, though.
However, the DVD quality is awful! It skips. The audio and visual skips every couple of seconds. Annoying and makes it hard to follow dialogue when you only hear half of it.
It's a shame Sullivan entertainment can't find someone to restore and correct the quality. I'd have paid a few dollars more for better quality of a classic!