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Both titles in the set are anamorphically enhanced, measure 1.85:1, and are very similar in image quality. At times, both movies look very good, with sharp and detailed images. Other times definition is lacking, with prevalent soft, hazy edges. Colors are the most pleasing aspect of the picture, with rich hues, well-balanced fleshtones and deep blacks. Contrast and shadow delineation are mediocre, sometimes wanting in visual information in the darker scenes. Film grain and minor source element artifacts are evident throughout. Edge enhancement, pixelization and occasional shimmering artifacts are noticed. (Suzanne Hodges)
Both soundtracks in the double feature are presented in Dolby
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