Senior HTF Member
- Jun 23, 2006
- Real Name
- Robert M. Grippo
To be fair to KINOs disc was from a actual Selznick print seems there was a lot of variations on Technicolor prints with little proof of anything definitveJust watched this last night, and I'm blown away by how good it looks compared to the KINO disc. The colors pop. There are no instances of dirt, debris, and/or detritous... film grain is minimal. BEAUTIFUL!
It's a timeless story by my fav director. I was very happy with Warner's restoration!!
I noticed that Janet Gaynor wore green for most of the picture. Do you think that was a forced choice because of Technicolor and Natalie Kalmus' persistent insistence?