Harum Scarum / Speedway / Trouble with Girls
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Harum Scarum/Speedway/Trouble with Girls (DVD) (3FE) (Multi-Title)
A hunka-hunka burnin' excitement comes your way in three Elvis Presley movie romps. Former Miss America Mary Ann Mobley teams with rock's renowned King for the Arabian daze and nights of Harum Scarum (Disc 1/Side A). Next, these beauts are made for watchin' as go-go-booted Nancy Sinatra plays an IRS tax collector and Elvis portrays a top World 600 stock-car driver in Speedway (Disc 1/Side B). Finally, Presley takes on a change-of-pace role in The Trouble with Girls (Disc 2), starring as the white-suited impresario of a traveling 1927 tent show that brings its novelty acts, lectures and musical harmonies to Radford Center, Iowa. Songs, romance, Americana and co-stars Vincent Price and Sheree North - that's thekind of trouble we'd all like to have!]]>
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The blu ray video quality is very impressive; IMax spares no expense and it shows. However, if you want true reference quality blu ray picture, I recommend 'Baraka' or 'Planet Earth' in lieu of this film.
I have only watched the actual film once the whole way through. And, to be honest, it is very 'meh'. It's a typical IMax documentary meant more for theme parks than a home setting. So in other words, it's short, shallow, and low on replay value from a story standpoint. It's also getting a dated at over 10 years old. I would like to see them re-visit Indycar, or better yet, do something with F1.
One warning, be sure your receiver can decode DTS-HD Master Audio, otherwise you can't listen in English.
A long time audiophile, this is my #1 recommended reference audio blu ray (and DVD) disc.
I never got too into the whole story portion (refurbishing of a long lost treasure) but it is worth seeing. I can (and do) watch the test track footage over and over and over again... At least until my wife and daughter start yelling at me because the dishes are rattling in the kitchen cupboards... lol! This film is for racers like "Rudy" is for football players... It just makes you want to get out there and do it!
If you have a decent to kick-butt theatre, I would say this is a must have demo. If you like going fast or think you may want to be a race car driver, this IS a must have. If you get an uneasy feeling merging onto a freeway, you may want to check out "Blue Planet" instead. (also a great IMAX film)