Fresh from his stint in the real military, Elvis Presley is Tulsa McLean in 1960s
The anamorphically enhanced 1.78:1 picture is sharp, but, perhaps due to being sourced from a print, lacks fine detail and clarity of other anamorphic DVDs. Still, colors are rich and vibrant, with nicely balanced hues and deep blacks. While artifacts and print scratches are apparent for a generally mediocre visual experience, the imagery should not disappoint Elvis fans.
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