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Once you get past the especially dirty opening credits, the anamorphically enhanced DVD picture (framed at 1.78:1) looks a little bit cleaner, though scratches, dirt, and film grain are inherent throughout the source element. The picture is dark and dated, with limited contrast and hazy images. Images often look smeared and there is little in the way of fine detail and definition. The color scheme is understated, with few vibrant hues and lots of browns (though the look is almost expected from a movie straight out of 1972). Saturation is also a bit weak. While edge enhancement is not a problem, there is some pixel breakup. (Suzanne Hodges)
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