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A Washington Times review of Jack and the Beanstalk (70th Anniversary Limited Edition).

- "The nearly immaculate restoration takes full advantage of a 4K scan of the 35mm SuperCinecolor original source elements."

- Regarding the loads of bonus features, the reviewer sums them up with "Dang, that’s a ton of extras, folks, and a great collection of background for film history connoisseurs."


- David
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Thanks David, great work!!! Am I not seeing the full article? the link only shows that this is available and the extensive storyline...am I missing somthing? Please help me see the rest of the review...what I see ends with -
"Throughout, poor Costello takes a beating during the adventure that includes a dance with the housekeeper that the Three Stooges would appreciate; a battle with a stove; a roasting on a rotisserie; and even an attack by a pack of dogs."
I truly would love to see the full review in this wonderful release...
 

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The full review is on my desktop and should be no matter how you're reading it, however, you do have to click a "Click to read more" link to read the full article.

- David
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The full review is on my desktop and should be no matter how you're reading it, however, you do have to click a "Click to read more" link to read the full article.

- David
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Yeah, I tried that a few times and it took me somewhere else?? It wasn't to the rest of the artichle, sorry...I'd love to have read it...anyway, love the release!!!
 

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Yeah, I tried that a few times and it took me somewhere else?? It wasn't to the rest of the artichle, sorry...I'd love to have read it...anyway, love the release!!!
Seems to work for me. I click the link below and the rest of the article comes up on the same page.

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Though seven decades old, the simple cinematic fable still offers a classic night of family-friendly entertainment and should amuse younger children.

4K in action: The nearly immaculate restoration takes full advantage of a 4K scan of the 35mm SuperCinecolor original source elements.

Viewers are first welcomed to the action with a sepia-toned opening that after 12 minutes transitions into an explosive color shift saturated to the point of looking like a live-action cartoon. That sepia tone also returns at the end of the movie, denoting another reality shift, just like “The Wizard of Oz.”

...and more...
 

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Seems to work for me. I click the link below and the rest of the article comes up on the same page.

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Though seven decades old, the simple cinematic fable still offers a classic night of family-friendly entertainment and should amuse younger children.

4K in action: The nearly immaculate restoration takes full advantage of a 4K scan of the 35mm SuperCinecolor original source elements.

Viewers are first welcomed to the action with a sepia-toned opening that after 12 minutes transitions into an explosive color shift saturated to the point of looking like a live-action cartoon. That sepia tone also returns at the end of the movie, denoting another reality shift, just like “The Wizard of Oz.”

...and more...
sorry tried that 4 times and it took me to advertising, so I left.
 

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sorry tried that 4 times and it took me to advertising, so I left.
I just ried it now and finally got the rest of the article...wow, very nice!! And a good job!! Wierd, maybe it was because I use Safari? Anyway, great release and super nice article, Thanks David and Bob and the rest of the 3DA crew!!
 

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