No, Dinosaurus! is not an Ed Wood production...but it
According to the packaging, the anamorphically enhanced DVD was transferred from the original CinemaScope negative. The result is a picture that is quite clean for its age. Images are sharp and detailed, though background clarity is limited. Some source element artifacts and scratches are apparent. For its age, the picture looks quite good, though wanting in some dimension. The reel change cues are present.
Reason #116 Why Readers Love Widescreen Review:
Widescreen Review is my favorite magazine because it is different from all the other A/V magazines. The ads are better, and it seems like all the others (that I subscribe to) have the same boring ads. You also have better product information in your equipment reviews. I love the DVD New Release section. It tells me how much I have to save up for DVD purchases. My favorite section is the Coming Soon To A Retailer Near You section. I have learned so much from this magazine I use information from it every day of my life. I am an A/V fanatic. (ask my wife). Anyway, I will subscribe to this mag forever. Thanks for such a great magazine