The Wizard of Oz looks great on DVD.

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  1. StephenA

    StephenA Screenwriter

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    I'm used to it looking grainy in the black and white parts and washed out and faded in the color parts. When I saw it last night on DVD, I was surprised how crystal clear the black and white parts were, and how bright and colorful the colored parts looked. I'm certainly glad I bought the DVD and don't have to watch it on TV or VHS anymore.
     
  2. Patrick McCart

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    Compare the doorway to Munchkinland shot between the DVD and the making-of special...and enjoy.
     
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    Would I be nitpicking if I mentioned that the "black & white" parts aren't, but rather are sepia-toned? [​IMG]
     
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    Of course. Not everyone's a film genius. [​IMG]
     
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    OK...then I won't say anything. [​IMG]
     

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