Includes a new three-minute introduction by Don Knotts reflecting on the movie, the 10-minute vintage documentary "Weekend At Weeki Wachee," a waste-of-time cast and crew selection, an interactive game (
Poor old Henry Limpet (Knotts) is a nerdy little bookkeeper who longs to be a fish. When World War II breaks out and the Navy turns Henry down for being too small and weak, he goes into a depression and his fish wish becomes even more desperate. Well, they say,
The anamorphically enhanced 1.78:1 DVD picture has been nicely restored, though dated characteristics are still inherent. Colors for the live action scenes are rich and well balanced, while the simple, but effective animation seems a bit muted at times. Images are sharp, with satisfying detail and definition, though shadow delineation is wanting in the darker scenes. The animation has an undulating effect that appears blurry at times, to intentionally give the images a
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