Thornton Melon (Dangerfield), the rich and free-spirited entrepreneur
The 1.85:1 DVD is not anamorphically enhanced and opens with sepia-toned images. The picture, viewed in component video, is generally pleasing at best. Colors are balanced, but wanting in clarity, as they tend to bleed. Otherwise, fleshtones are generally natural, and blacks are deep and solid. While the picture is revealing of film grain, pixelization, artifacts and aliasing problems can be distracting.
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