User Ratings and Reviews
5 Stars a lovely dvd of a lovely movie
Right off the bat I must say that I was not expecting the dvd to be much good. I assumed that they’d find some old beat up print of the movie and source the dvd from that. Happily (and wonderfully) that is not the case. A beautiful British print was used (which looks almost as good as the original Technicolor it was filmed in) and the resulting dvd is, as others have said, a must for your library.
I wont repeat what other appreciative viewers have said but will only point out that GEORDIE shows how superior, both in intelligence and humor, the films of the past were. You will not find too many movies more charming. The music of William Alwyn must be pointed out with especial appreciation (a lovely suite of which was recently recorded onto CD by conductor Rumon Gamba in a collection of Alwyn’s film scores). His use of both traditional and newly composed Scottish melodies is a constant delight. When