Our story opens as Schoolmarm-turned-outlaw, Catherine
The anamorphically enhanced 1.85:1 DVD is quite pleasing, with images that are sharp with nicely rendered detail and definition. Colors are nicely balanced, with fleshtones appearing quite natural, hues occasionally popping with vibrancy and blacks rendered with good depth. Some minor pixelization is noticed, as well as occasional edge enhancement. Overall, the picture is quite pleasing, especially for its age. Artifacts are apparent throughout.
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