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This product has:
-English and French Closed Captioning
-English and French Language Tracks
This widescreen collection serves as a touchstone for Anne fans and is certain to cultivate lifelong “kindred spirits” as it finds new audiences.
The Restoration Process: While filming 2008's Anne of Green Gables: A New Beginning, Kevin Sullivan realized that all of the Anne of Green Gables titles would benefit from the new digital technology being used on the production. A team of film experts have painstakingly transferred the original film footage of the first three movies, and has repaired each scratched or damaged frame, addressed color degradation issues, and negative sparkle and dirt. Their hard work has paid off: the resulting widescreen digital transfers are simply breathtaking.
This collection includes:
Included in this set are 13 documentaries:
I hope one day they will make the DVDs with subtitles and dubbing in Spanish, since in 1985 the films were also broadcast in Latin America and Spain, and now with the Netflix series Anne With An E, the youth have also been interested in these 1985 films by Sullivan.
I purchased these DVD’s as a gift to my three grown daughters. I remember watching the Anne of Green Gables series with them when they were young. They still love this series and I can’t wait to give them the DVD gift!
Love this set of DVDs. Was thrilled to find this collection of Anne of Green Gables. We had three generations watching it together!
My mother bought Anne of Green Gables and Anne of Avonlea on VHS many years ago. We watched them on rainy afternoons and winter evenings. I went looking for the series on DVD on Amazon a while back but every review said the quality was unwatchable. Luckily, I saw a review that explained that the Amazon copies were pirated but that you could go to Sullivan’s website and get remastered copies. They aren’t HD but they are very good and now I can revisit the series my mother and I shared so often. Thank you, Sullivan, for that.