The anamorphically enhanced 2.35:1 DVD appears to be the same transfer as the previously reviewed DVD from the early days of DVD. Images are sharp and detailed, with nicely rendered contrast and shadow delineation. Colors often exhibit warm tones that are rich and well balanced, with deep blacks. There are a few source element artifacts and dirt noticed. Edge enhancement can be somewhat bothersome at times, but many scenes are free from its distraction. Still, there appears to be more than would be accepted for the highest honored discs by today
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