The anamorphically enhanced 1.78:1 DVD exhibits a nicely rendered picture, with images that are occasionally hazy, while other times nicely rendered with good depth. Though dated, colors are well balanced with slightly brownish fleshtones and deep, undefined blacks. Hues can appear a bit more vibrant, but brown shades are predominant. Film grain is noticed throughout, occasionally seeming a bit excessive. Aliasing problems and pixelization are evident, but the most distracting aspect of the image quality is the soft, undefined appearance.
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