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Disney Restores "Lady"

IMDb has a blurb about Disney restoring "Lady and the Tramp" in time for it's 30th anniversary. Technicians had to go over 300,000 individual frame of the movie, digitally removing scratches and dust. They're claiming they cleaned over 30 million flaws. Another interesting fact is that due to technology shifts at the time of it's theater release parts of the frame were obscured by an audio track. It's not clear how much was obscured, but now it's all visible.

It's being screened in L.A. currently, in anticipation of it's re-release on DVD, at the end of February. --Terrence Ryan

Posted by on February 8, 2006 8:05 PM
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