A Highly Entertaining Adventure!
Movie Lover: George Willeman
CULPEPER, VA US
-- July, 8, 2014
I saw this at a film festival years ago, when it was "re-discovered" after being about of public view for many years and was quite taken with it. Very pleased to see such a beautiful copy available for home viewing now. I have watched the B&W version all the way through (sorry, I am somewhat of a purist, being in film preservation) but I cannot diss the colorized version as Legend Films is about the only company I have seen who really takes puts a lot of thought and care into their colorings. Nonetheless, if it gets the film out there and seen, more power to them!
Movie Lover: james funk
Elizabethtown, PA US
-- April, 8, 2010
I loved this movie. It was great in black and white. Colorization only added to the greatness of this film. What makes this colorization so special is the fact the great Ray Harryhousen worked on the colorization of this film. There are some artists who only they can properly give life color to a work of film art. It is my hope that colorization opens this movie to a new generation of movie watchers.