Okay, so a perfect score might have been a little lenient on the previously released DVD, but the newly remastered anamorphically enhanced 1.85:1 DVD is close, although not quite perfect. Color fidelity is improved, with better saturated hues and warm (although maybe slightly too red), healthy fleshtones. Details are adequately well resolved in this new release
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