The soundtrack and picture of this timeless Disney classic have been painstakingly restored and re-mastered for its 50th anniversary
The animated, anamorphically enhanced 2.54:1 DVD is an improvement over the previously reviewed DVD (Issue 76), with more naturally saturated colors and the overly bright colors toned down. The less vibrant colors now appear more natural, and the entire image seems to have a layer of grime removed from it. The blacks are deep, and there is a good sense of dimension to the picture, even though shadows aren
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