The original full-length television miniseries version of Wolfgang Petersen
The anamorphically enhanced 1.85:1 DVD exhibits similar image quality to the previously released DVDs (reviewed in Issues 29 and 71), though when directly compared to the same scenes on the Superbit
The best way to listen to the audio presentation of this five-hour epic that
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