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Old 24-08-2012, 15:04   #1
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[DVD Review] Doctor Who: Planet of Giants

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Just to correct you on one point, episode 3 isn't a reduction print, but rather a telerecording of the 35mm print as it was being broadcast. It's also out of phase, so look at all the double imaging and field errors on the unrestored version as used in the reconstruction. A tell-tale sign of a telerecording of a telerecording. That they've made it look so good on the transmitted version just goes to show how great the remastering is here.
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