Joseph Cotton soon learns not to be fooled by Marilyn Monroe's apparently innocent beauty, as she hatches a plot to bump him of while on holiday at Niagara Falls. This suspenseful thriller showed a rare dark side to Monroe's screen capabilities, and thanks to the restoration work done for the DVD release, you can appreciate her all the more.
Picture The incredible spectacle of Niagara Falls is impressively captured in this movie, and the often near-pristine transfer ensures that the detail is high.
Sound The 2.0 sound mix actually does a good job of capturing the force of the falls in a surprisingly sturdy stereo mix that plays well in Pro Logic mode.
Extra Features Also on the DVD is a stills gallery with some costume tests and publicity shots, a restoration comparison that shows what a fine job has been achieved with the print, and a trailer.
Ratio: 2.35:1 (anamorphic)
Sound: Dolby Digital 2.0
Technical Features: Scene selection, multiple languages and subtitles, and English captions for the hearing impaired.
This DVD was reviewed on a JVC XV-S57 DVD player.