The tale is told in flashback as Myrna Loy witnesses the graduation of her youngest daughter.In this flashback, we see Loy, now recently widowed, struggling to keep her family together,even as various forces try to separate the twelve children. The sequel is even more sentimentalthan the original, and so even harder to take. So heartwarming, it makes The BradyBunch look like The Wages of Fear.
Urgh! Nasty audio. Not only do we ha…e another dubious attempt at remastering into stereo(though again, the original mono is also present), but the sound is prone to distortion, and someof the dialogue is extremely muzzy, to the point of becoming almost incomprehensible.
The picture, if possible, is even worse. Many shots are so blurry, the effect is rather likewatching a 3-D movie without the glasses. This sensation is further emphasized by a pronouncedgreen edge around the outlines. A very disappointing picture for a major studio release.
Trailers for the feature, the original and its remake. That’s it.
Even if you’re a fan of the film, the sound and picture quality are real problems. A mostdisappointing package.
Special Features List
- Theatrical Trailers