Compared to the horrible-looking previously released DVD (not anamorphic and scored a very generous 3.5), this new anamorphically enhanced DVD looks much better. Viewed alone, colors are rich, nicely saturated, and well balanced. The picture can look a bit soft at times, though details are adequate. Thankfully, edge enhancement is not the problem it was on the previous DVD, although there is some pixelization. (Suzanne Hodges)
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