The Yellow Rolls-Royce details
The Yellow Rolls-Royce
|Run time:||2 hours 2 minutes|
|Rental release:||28 Sep 2009|
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Vintage glamour!By thestylefairy (12 reviews) from Cheltenham , 15 Oct 2009
[Highly rated reviewer]What a fabulous film....it just gets better with time! I loved watching the young actors who we now know as household names.A great pick-me-up film on a grey winters day!
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BRILLIANT FILM-By a customer , 11 Dec 2013CLASSIC BRITISH FILM WITH A NAUGHTY UNDERTONE!!!!!! OH IF ONLY THAT CAR COULD TELL -WHAT A STORY?????? MAKES SUCH A DIFFERENCE FROM ALL THE BLOOD AND VIOLENCE OF THESE DAYS.
Old-fashioned entertainment of the best kindBy a customer , 07 Jan 2012Rented because my husband is a RR fan - but we both sat back and enjoyed every minute. Didn't read the cast list beforehand so had much fun future-star-spotting. Pity about the quality of the print - very blurred sometimes - but very entertaining and sometimes moving. When we saw who had written the screenplay it, it explained the excellent script!
Loved it !By a customer , 19 Jun 2011I saw this film many years ago, and wondered how it would wear. Actually I thoroughly enjoyed this film. So much so that I bought a copy!! I loved the music, I loved the performances. I found the first story very moving and Rex Harrison excellent, his last line about getting through each day extremly moving. All the episodes were extremely well acted. for a lover of British films this is an undiscovered jewel.
The Yellow Rolls-RoyceBy a customer , 06 Jun 2011Story line very good, wonderful cast list. I liked the subtle humour and the pathos with the various 'cameos'.
Subtle insight into human behaviour and responses to a given situation. Ingrid Bergman is superb as the 'No nonsense tourist from America' refusing to give up her position and understanding of 'what is right and proper'.
Sadly the DVD is a very poor quality lacking both sharpness and colour saturation, (despite being 'upscaled' in resolution).
Great Film - TERRIBLE PRINT!By philb1964 (18 reviews) from Essex, UK , 16 Oct 2010I have waited so long to get this on DVD - the best I've seen it so far was on TCM and was really excited to see it in it's full glory widescreen pristine as most new DVD releases are, but this print is truly AWFUL. Really, really truly AWFUL. How could they do this? This is taking technology back a decade and in this day and age should not be allowed. Shame on you distributor, shame