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Perhaps this is the best that can be done transferring an old video production to Blu-ray, but the picture and sound quality are no better than can be achieved in a transfer to DVD. The sound is harsh, the picture, while not noisy nor marred by digital artifacts, is soft and the colors are murky. And it's presented in its original, made-for-TV, 1.33:1 ("full-screen") aspect ratio. If you want a copy of this so-so movie, save some money, buy the DVD.