Includes audio commentary with director Robert Wise and stars Candice Bergen and Mako, two interesting radio featurettes, three radio spots, a stills gallery, and the theatrical trailer. This disc offers probably the most difficult-to-see menu choice indicators ever.
Based on the novel by Richard McKenna, The Sand Pebbles stars a
The anamorphically enhanced 2.30:1 DVD exhibits a slightly dated picture that is nicely rendered. Images are sharp, with good detail and definition. Colors are fully saturated and nicely balanced, with accurate fleshtones and deep blacks. Definition and clarity are wanting at times, but overall the picture is nicely rendered. Edge enhancement is not terribly distracting. There are few source element artifacts. (Suzanne Hodges)
The original, vintage audio has been nicely restored and re-purposed for this Dolby
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