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directed by John Lemont
UK 1961


DVD REVIEW: Anchor Bay - Region 1 - NTSC


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Distribution Anchor Bay Region 1 - NTSC 
Runtime 1:37:42  minutes
Video 1.78:1.00 Letterboxed WideScreen / anamorphic
Average Bitrate: 'unknown' mb/s
NTSC 720x480 29.97 f/s
Bitrate: Anchor Bay

Audio English, French, (2.0 Mono)
Subtitles None
Features Release Information:
Studio: Anchor Bay Entertainment
Theatrical Release Date: July 20, 1962

Edition Details:
• Region 1 encoding (US and Canada only)

• Widescreen anamorphic 1.78:1 aspect ratio

Letterboxed Anamorphic trailer (1:30)

Poster and Still Gallery

DVD Release Date:  December 3, 2002
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Chapters: 24

Nice to see this film out on DVD and Anchor Bay has done a good job with the 1.78 aspect ratio. Sean Connery is as suave as ever just prior to his Bond super stardom. Very Film-noir British crime/thriller, but the DVD image is quite dark at times, even the menus (which I think was done intentionally). There are no subtitles and it may have been a good idea as the Kings English requires translation at times. Nice little poster and still gallery and the trailer looks good anamorphically displayed. No commentary or featurettes, but none-the-less a fine product if you are in the mood.out of .

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