Also available in a full screen edition as a separate DVD release, and also in a
Return, if you must, to the live-action world of Cruella De Vil (Close) in 102 Dalmatians. After her release from prison, Cruella has been cured of her fur fetish to where she not only no longer covets puppy pelts, she is repelled by them. That is, until she has an encounter with three Dalmatians that almost immediately turn Cruella back into a fur fanatic in need of even more than ever before. And then there
The anamorphically enhanced 1.85:1 DVD picture pops from the screen with vibrant colors, balanced fleshtones, and deep blacks. While images are sharp and detailed, some are filtered with soft, hazy qualities. Though intentional, some may find the soft scenes a bit bothersome compared to the more detailed scenes. Contrast and shadow delineation are nicely rendered. Edge enhancement is noticed on occasion, but there is no distracting pixelization. Overall, image quality should be quite satisfying throughout. (Suzanne Hodges)
From the DVD-ROM main menu of this title, you are given links for Cruella
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