Unfortunately, this is the only non-anamorphic title in the boxed set. Images are generally sharp, with good contrast and shadow delineation. Though dated, colors are quite pleasing. Film grain is revealed throughout and, though unavoidable, seems excessive. Enhancement and aliasing artifacts are noticed, resulting in a mediocre picture overall.
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