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The Bear and the Doll - DVD

Brigitte Bardot , Jean-Pierre Cassel , Michel Deville    Unrated   DVD
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4.0 out of 5 stars Cinema from a by-gone era. May 13 2013
Format:DVD|Verified Purchase
Brigitte BARDOT retired from films at age 39 in 1974,and made one last film after this one.She had at last become an actress,and this ultra-simple theme has a freshness which makes it unforgettable:there is no action,no plot,nothing firm to hold the film together,except the chemistry between the two leads.One does not feel like skipping passages: it is a one piece monolyth,and a low budget production,yet you have a smile on your face when the film is over:this is rare.Unfortunately,the copy I received,dubbed in English,was in need of restoration,which is a puzzlement,for many films tqenty or thirty years older,are in much better shape :a little gem,in black and white, with a mediocre definition of image: what a pity !A black rectangular panel shows up on the screen, if you dare to try and upgrade the definition to 780.
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2.0 out of 5 stars Bad picture &sound, no colour, BARDOT still charms . Nov. 14 2004
By R. E. Arkell - Published on Amazon.com
If you see a well shot and edited movie made 60 years ago chances are it will still look better than this one. The colour has somehow got lost on the DVD transfer, the sound is scratchy in places and murdered by bad dubbing (particularly with the little boy) and an intrusive musical score drowns out the dialogue. Having said that, although the plot is very thin, Bardot is a true professional and squeezes evrything she can out of her character. Its silly and not terribly funny either and probably not worth playing again for a very long time , but even with so much against it, the Star DOES shine through. She is a megastar and her screen presence can not be denied. If you're a fan buy it anyway. If your new to Brigitte's charms, get "Une Parisienne" , "Come Dance with me" and "And God created woman" before you even think of this one.
10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Lousy transfer of a Bardot Movie Oct. 7 2004
By LancashireLad - Published on Amazon.com
Well, I'm not going to go into the content of this movie - if you are reading this review you must be familiar with Bardot movies of this period and must know the quality of her work at this time. On the plus side, she looks absolutely gorgeous.....and that's about it. This DVD has to be the worst transfer of a movie to a DVD I have ever seen. It's in Black and White - full frame - dubbed terribly, and is rather grainy and unclear as well. Basically, I'm wishing that I had purchased the VHS edition which according to the other review of the item is at least in some kind of colour, albeit with a green tint to it. Avoid unless you are a completeist.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Rip Off.... watch ou! March 17 2011
By Tommy V - Published on Amazon.com
Format:DVD|Verified Purchase
Stay as far away from this DVD release as you can. This is a 4x3 Black & White lousy copy of a beautiful 16x9 film from 1970. It has been released in glorious color in Europe, so why do we get this piece of junk?

I think the answer is incompetent distributors that don't give a darn, and will do anything for a profit, even release this trashy DVD that was obviously recorded from analog television onto VHS tape. This product should be immediately pulled from distribution. I have sent a letter stating such to KOCH entertainment. No answer... I guess for these people there is no shame.
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2.0 out of 5 stars Another case of jaundice? July 28 2002
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format:VHS Tape
The bear and the doll was not unlike love on a pillow...colourwise that is..the yellowish tinge on this so called colour film warrants some explanation? What happened during the making of this video? That aside this is another dubbed version which always has the ability to make a movie sound really bad. Another frivolous attempt was made to capture bardot's seductive charm...this time at least she is doing the chasing!!!!great to add to my bardot collection but not something I'd be dying to watch again
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1.0 out of 5 stars Ripoff March 30 2010
By Zola - Published on Amazon.com
This may be a good movie but one's enjoyment of it is destroyed by the transfer. I don't know about the USA but Britain has consumer protection laws as does Australia & Canada. Dvds of such appalling quality as this should not be allowed to be sold. This is worse than the worst pirated videos I've seen. I'm not blaming Amazon, but why isn't this Koch transfer in the same legal class as pirated videos? People shouldn't be allowed to charge people for such a product. I haven't seen such terrible video resolution since 1st generation mobile phone videos! I'm binning my copy as I wouldn't inflict in on anyone else
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