No, Dinosaurus! is not an Ed Wood production...but it
According to the packaging, the anamorphically enhanced DVD was transferred from the original CinemaScope negative. The result is a picture that is quite clean for its age. Images are sharp and detailed, though background clarity is limited. Some source element artifacts and scratches are apparent. For its age, the picture looks quite good, though wanting in some dimension. The reel change cues are present.
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