Prisoner of Zenda (DVD)

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ITEM#: 10477152

Two versions of Anthony Hope's THE PRISONER OF ZENDA are brought to the screen here. The version from 1952 stars Stewart Granger and Deborah Kerr, while the 1937 adaptation features Ronald Colman in a dual role as dead ringers Rudolph Rassendyll, a commoner, and Rudolf V, the crown prince of Ruritania.


UPC 012569795082
Studio Warner Brothers
Format DVD
Genre Drama
Rating Not Rated
Dimensions 5.5" x 0.5" x 7.75" WxHxD
Weight 0.2 lbs
Stars Mary Astor, Douglas Fairbanks, David Niven, Stewart Granger, Ronald Colman, Raymond Massey, Madeleine Carroll, Jane Greer, C. Aubrey Smith, Deborah Kerr
Directors Richard Thorpe, John Cromwell
Dimensions 7.5x5.3x0.6
Country of Origin United States

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  • Prisoner of Zenda
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    Excellent film in two versions, which are practically identical as far as cinematography and scripting. Both have excellent production values. Probably the reason they did a remake was that the 1937 version was not in color, but that is not a major issue with fans of classic movies. Overall, this movie is a fine choice of a clean action film of times past, with no "fashionable" vulgarity or profane innuendo. What a breath of fresh air from the past!

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  • The Prisoner of Zenda (1937 & 1952)
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    I was disappointed with the video quality of the films (especially the 1937 version; I have seen a better version on Turner Classic Movies). I already had the laserdisc version of both films, and was hoping that the DVD version would be better, but unfortunatelly the studio did not bother to remaster the films. Both films (the 1952 remake is almost identical to the 1937 version) are highly entertaining and the price for the DVD was very reasonable.

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