Harum Scarum / Speedway Double Feature DVD

Released exclusively this week in Malaysia and Indonesia is a new double feature of "Harum Scarum" and "Speedway". Both movies are featured on 1 single picture disc. Elvis Presley movies are extremely popular and loved by many in these Asian Countries and are big sellers.
Source: HT Long / Updated: Dec 9, 2004 
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rai (profilecontact) wrote on Dec 13, 2004report abuse
E.J.F., this dvd really comes with dts-es sound. This sound were mixed and enhanced by our local movie distributors. As for the picture quality, it is as good as the Region 1 DVD I own. This movie comes in a high quality gold disc with high memory length which can fit in 3 movies. Quality guaranteed. This is a real gem for collectors and the cover art is a masterpiece. Interested? Pls email me.
FJE (profilecontact) wrote on Dec 10, 2004report abuse
I have never bought these Asian releases, I own the Region 1 versions - in Mono sound. The cover for the release above states "dts" and is that that an "ES" as well?! I would take this with a pinch of salt and seriously doubt if the sound is really in dts! I presume it's just a gimmick. Does anyone who buys these releases know? And what about the picture? Is it any good? I found the Region 1 versions to have excellent picture quality. I do hope the next batch of Elvis films announced to be released soon will be the same. The only Region 1 versions to suffer from picture quality are "Clambake" and "Follow That Dream".
CD King (profilecontact) wrote on Dec 10, 2004report abuse
They may not be Elvis greatest movies but they are fun and entertaining. I loved both the Soundtracks. Harum Scarum is already out on FTD 7 " Format. I hope BMG will bring out SPEEDWAY on 7" too. It will be nice to get Outtakes of Let YourSelf Go, Your Time Hasn't Come Yet Baby, There Ain't Nothing Like A Song and Who Are You.
dailyone (profilecontact) wrote on Dec 10, 2004report abuse
under-estimated by the 70's elvis fans but to see elvis in a picture theatre during the 60's was something that the unlucky few that of us that are computer literate appreciate . writing this how many of us 50-65's miss out on buying elvis music

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