Mitzi Gaynor may call it ‘a story rooted in the realities of war and racial prejudice’ in the first-rate documentary included.
But it’s the delicious, good-hearted exuberance of this WWII romantic musical, as well as the Rodgers & Hammerstein score, that grab you.
This superb transfer (the controversial colour filters really pop) is packaged with meaty extras, heavy with the history of the stage show and the shoot.
After some enchanted evening with the karaoke option, feast on Gaynor’s screen test, ripe with sass and bounce.
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