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Old 01-12-2020, 04:21 PM
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Default The Good Fairy Blu-ray Review

A William Wyler / Preston Sturges Classic starring Margaret Sullavan and Frank Morgan comes to 1080p in grand form. A delightful film, it's never looked or sounded better.
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Old 01-12-2020, 10:36 PM
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Sounds like Kino did a fantastic job with such an older movie. I'm a bit selective in some of the older cinema I view, but it sounds like I could dig and get into this one.
Thanks David for giving me a better insight on what would have been just an old film to me.
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Thanks, Krawk! I had never seen The Good Fairy before I got it to review, though as a Margaret Sullavan admirer I was aware of the title. To be honest, I wasn't expecting much, so I was very pleasantly surprised by how amusing and entertaining the film is. As I said in the review, Frank Morgan and Reginald Owen are fantastic; without them, the film would have much less energy and interest. Please post your thoughts if you ever get around to seeing it. I'm always interested to hear your views.
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Please post your thoughts if you ever get around to seeing it. I'm always interested to hear your views.
I try to remember to do so when I watch any movie, but that doesn't always materialize.
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