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Video: How Does The Disc Look?
The Trouble With Harry is presented in its original 1.85:1 aspect ratio, and this 1080p transfer seems to have been struck from a nearly pristine print. Colors look natural and well-saturated, and detail quality is sharper than I expected. I saw no sign digital artifacts to mar the picture, black levels are solid, and grain is handled wonderfully, lending the movie a well-worn glow. One of The Masterpiece Collection's most laudable presentations.
Audio: How Does the Disc Sound?
The DTS-HD 1.0 Master Audio sound mix afforded The Trouble With Harry's Blu-ray debut is also fitting and impressive. As usual with mono tracks, there is paltry low end and no sense of space or ambiance. The most notable aspect of The Trouble With Harry is that it's the first of Hitchcock's collaborations with famed composer Bernard Herrmann, who would go on to craft some of the most memorable scores of the auteur's canon, including the haunting Vertigo. In any case, I doubt The Trouble With Harry's sound design could be captured much more accurately than it is here.
A French DTS 1.0 track is included, as are English SDH and Spanish subtitles.