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  1. Robert Harris

    Blu-ray Review A Few Words About A few words about...™ - Du Barry Was a Lady -- in Blu-ray

    To put M-G-M Technicolor in perspective - between 1938 and 1943, they made 12 films. Warner Archive is slowly moving through their library of M-G-M, WB and RKO Technicolor features. The expense is enormous. If you’re going to support any film that may not fit into your “must have” category, I’d...
  2. Robert Harris

    Blu-ray Review A Few Words About A few words about...™ - Du Barry Was a Lady -- in Blu-ray

    Watching the Technicolor on this film, I never looked for a story. But I’m someone who can go to a film in a theater, and be more aware of the lenses and grain structure than story details. There is a story here. I’m certain. I believe it may be a spin on the final show in Bob Newhart’s second...
  3. Robert Harris

    Blu-ray Review A Few Words About A few words about...™ - Du Barry Was a Lady -- in Blu-ray

    Based upon the Broadway musical, M-G-M released a gorgeously Technicolored version of Du Barry Was a Lady in April of 1943. Eighty years later, Warner Archive has dusted off the original three-strip negatives, and stamped them to tiny discs. And the results are breathtaking. Directed by Roy...
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