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Old 02-08-2017, 02:10 PM   #8
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Originally Posted by Prisoner416 View Post
All I care about is cropping and the original music, to be honest. If the picture quality is a bit better then the DVD, that's a bonus, but we're talking broadcast TV from decades ago here. It's not going to be high fidelity or crystal clear by any means unless they over-process it, which might cause its own problems.
The picture quality jump is massive as they went back to the 35mm film and rescanned it. Example screenshots from the Amazon versions:
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