Far better looking than Hatari!, and with a bit of digital work that doesn't appear to have been necessary, Howard Hawks' second to final work, El Dorado (1966), is a fun experience in the Hawks / Wayne canon.
Color and sharpness are generally superb, along with a quality densities and black levels. Seems lit up like a whore house on the 4th of July, but that may be the way it was originally shot.
A quality film, with young James Caan in a fun role playing the young 'un to Mr. Wayne's older gunfighter, and Mr. Mitchum around to trade barbs. A treat.
Image - 4
Audio - 5