Phantom of the Opera (1943) 4K UHD Review

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“Even by 1943, this story had screen presence multiple times prior. Claude Rains performance only peaks in the closing moments, the rest of the film often plodding. Phantom of the Opera’s 1943 edition sells the operatic lifestyle with colorful side characters (Fritz Feld as a dismissive Lecours is outstanding) and fancy locations. The arc of romance is never strong enough, and lengthy stage sequences do little to push the story in any direction. They exist for the flash.”

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The only color offering in Universal’s classic horror roster, this makes for a splendid, even eye-catching 4K performance. And yes, it is the color that immediately draws attention, especially the stage costumes draped in red velvet, and the theater’s gold chandelier. Saturation looks marvelous, vivid as it is rich. This looks entirely natural, untouched by digital tools, letting the film stock’s purity bring life to this disc.

HDR highlights give Phantom of the Opera a dazzling glow, whether from lights or reflections from metal pins/necklaces. The precision contrast loses no detail to clipping, and black levels provide the needed depth to make this pop.

Other than dissolve edits, the startling sharpness brings detail in droves. Texture that certainly went unseen during original theatrical screenings appears on this disc as if it were easy to master materials this well. Grain resolves perfectly, remaining indistinguishable from an actual film stock to all but the most well trained eyes. An odd scratch or dust particle appear at times; that’s not detrimental.

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From this DTS-HD 2.0 mono affair, the score comes flying from the speakers with striking clarity. Opening drums have all of the force needed to convey their depth, and within the highs, you will not detect distortion. Opera scenes carry the vocals with amazing force, and orchestration backing the performances are crisp.

Age is never a factor here, the total lack of hiss or popping impressive. Fidelity and fullness are supreme qualities within this mix, while obviously imperative to the material. Enjoy it – this is a good one.

Historian Scott MacQueen pulls double duty with a commentary track while hosting a 50-minute look at the Phantom in The Opera Ghost . This feature digs into not only the Claude Rains version but many of the others while exploring their unique elements. Six minutes of scrolling production photos and a reused 100th anniversary piece, The Lot, are left.

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Colorful as it is, Phantom of the Opera is a listless Universal remake with a few marginal twists expanding on the lore.

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From director Joel Schumacher ("Phone Booth," "A Time to Kill") comes this big-screen adaptation of Andrew Lloyd Webber's smash-hit stage musical! The Phantom, a disfigured musical genius, haunts the catacombs beneath the Paris Opera, waging a reign of terror over its occupants. He takes an interest in a young singer and, through tutelage and terror, helps her rise to stardom, only to see her fall in love with a handsome young man. The Phantom vows revenge and kidnaps her to be his eternal bride, but ultimately is transformed by the compassion of the young woman, and the love she feels for her young man, making the ultimate sacrifice in order that she may live and be happy. Starring Gerard Butler ("300," "Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Cradle of Life"), Emmy Rossum ("The Day After Tomorrow," "Mystic River"), Oscar-nominee Miranda Richardson ("The Hours," "Sleepy Hollow"), Emmy and Golden Globe-nominee Patrick Wilson ("Hard Candy," TV's "Angels in America"), Simon Callow ("Shakespeare in Love") and Ciarán Hinds ("Road to Perdition," "The Sum of All Fears"). Nominated for three Academy Awards!

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  • Run time ‏ : ‎ 2 hours and 22 minutes
  • Release date ‏ : ‎ October 31, 2006
  • Actors ‏ : ‎ Gerard Butler, Emmy Rossum, Patrick Wilson, Minnie Driver, Ciaran Hinds
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  • Writers ‏ : ‎ Andrew Lloyd Webber
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One of the most popular stories of all time, Gaston Leroux's Phantom of the Opera is the legendary horror tale starring Claude Rains as the masked phantom of the Paris Opera House. Following a tragic accident that leaves him disfigured, crazed composer Erique Claudin transforms into a masked phantom who schemes to make beautiful young soprano Christine Dubois (Susanna Foster) the star of the opera and wreak revenge on those who stole his music. A heroic baritone (Nelson Eddy) tries to win the affections of Christine as he tracks down the disfigured "monster" who has begun murdering those who resist his mad demands. Inspired by the original 1925 silent version, this lavish Technicolor production remains one of the most unforgettable adaptations ever to be filmed.

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Universal went all the way back into its own antiquity, digging up Gaston LeRoux’s celebrated tale of death stalking the Paris opera house for Arthur Lubin’s lavishly appointed Phantom of the Opera (1943) - a spectacular, even mind-boggling excursion in glorious Technicolor, alas, predestined to fail in its primary objective – to thrill. The original 1925 Phantom starring Lon Chaney had been a phenomenal success for the studio. But this remake proved problematic on several levels. First, LeRoux’s classic was heavily tampered with by screenwriters, Eric Taylor and Hans Jacoby to showcase some gargantuan production numbers composed by Edward Ward, who basically took operatic masterworks already in public domain, re-orchestrating them with newly written lyrics. Universal’s decision to transform the macabre tale into a horror/musical hybrid was further encouraged after the talents of baritone, Nelson Eddy and soprano, Susannah Foster had been secured to costar as the ill-fated lovers. By this time, Eddy’s popularity had cooled at MGM, particularly after the end of his pairings with their resident soprano, Jeanette MacDonald. He had sincerely hoped Phantom of the Opera would reestablish his imminence in the musical milieu. Although in fine voice, Eddy remained true to his own limited appeal as an actor, more wooden than dynamic and suffering from the added folly of having to play a rather foppish romantic suitor who never entirely wins the heart of this tale’s dreamy-eyed, though decidedly fickle princess.

Yet, in Claude Rains’ phantom (herein rechristened Erique Claudin) the film succumbed to an even more self-conscious performance, threatening to sink the enterprise. Rains, a superb actor elsewhere in his repertoire, herein somehow manages to make the least of his part. It’s odd too, because Rains had already played a superb villain in Universal’s The Invisible Man (1933), exploiting his mellifluous vocal range with exceptional dexterity. But in Phantom he begins as a rather unsympathetic soul, thoroughly misguided in his ambitions to elevate aspiring singer, Christine Dubois (Susannah Foster) from the chorus. In the original draft, Christine was Erique’s illegitimate offspring from a clandestine affair. The self-governing censorship of the times precluded this back story from seeing the light of day. Instead, screenwriters Samuel Hoffenstein, Hans and John Jacoby and Eric Taylor simply chose to omit any explanation as to why a middle-age, near-penniless violinist should choose to spend all his hard-earned money on the education of this winsome ingénue. And thus, something elsewhere perverse might be inferred as, in this light, Erique’s obsession with Christine adopts a failed May/December infatuation with a whiff of the lascivious and slightly depraved.

It also did not help this remake, the Production Code was forbidden from revealing the more obvious gruesomeness that had helped Chaney’s phantom yield its carte blanche shrieks of terror, particularly during the phantom’s climactic unmasking. As such, this new Phantom of the Opera became a rather tame excursion, the chills taking the proverbial backseat to Alexander Golitzen’s resplendent production design. And it is, if nothing else, a devastatingly handsome production from start to finish, and much more so than what Universal was used to manufacturing. There is one unforgivable sin committed, however, and it is at the outset of this movie. Universal never bothered to film its trademark art deco/glass globe with the iconic ‘Universal’ logo encircling in Technicolor. Hence, Phantom of the Opera opens without this memorable fanfare or logo - a rather lackluster title card reading ‘ Universal Presents’ inserted before the opening credits instead.

As scripted, Erique (Rains) is a violinist with the Paris Opera Company who has lost all feeling in the fingers of his left hand. Unbeknownst to the management or even the benefactress of his philanthropy, Erique has spent virtually all his money anonymously to fund Christine Dubois’ musical education. Dismissed from the opera’s orchestra, Erique becomes increasingly desperate for money. To continue Christine’s patronage, he approaches music publishers, Pleyel and Desjardins with a concerto he has toiled on for many months. After several days, Erique returns to inquire about his piece. He is rudely ordered from the premises by an irritated and preoccupied Monsieur Pleyel (Miles Mander). Hearing his composition being played in the next room by Franz List (Fritz Leiber), Erique assumes the publishers have stolen his music. Enraged, Erique attacks and murders Pleyel.  His assistant, Georgette (Renee Carson) retaliates by throwing acid in Erique’s face, thus horribly disfiguring him for life. The wounded Erique takes to the sewers beneath the city and later, finds his way to the Paris opera where he steals a prop mask to conceal his hideously scorched flesh.

All-consumed with his protégée, Erique vows to make her a great star. Topside, Christine is wooed by two men - baritone Anatole Garron (Nelson Eddy) and amiable police inspector, Raoul D’Aubert (Edgar Barrier). The two are civil to each other, though jealous rivals for this chanteuse’s affections.  To secure his soft spot in Christine’s heart, the phantom decides to murder Mme. Biancarolli (Jane Farrar), the pompous diva who is standing in the way of Christine rising to the top of her profession. Alas, this heinous act sends the entire opera company into a panic, with Raoul setting into motion a plan to snuff out the phantom. Refusing to let Christine sing, Raoul has List play Erique’s concerto. The phantom murders one of Raoul’s officers and then takes to the vaulted auditorium ceiling, cutting loose its massive chandelier and causing it to plummet into the audience. Amidst the chaos, Erique reveals himself to Christine as her most ardent admirer. He steals her away into the bowels of the opera house. But his hideous visage frightens Christine and she screams, alerting Raoul and Anatole to their whereabouts. The phantom is confronted by both men and destroyed. In the final moments, Christine is seen pursuing another suitor, leaving Anatole and Raoul to set aside their differences and walk together, arm-in-arm as friends.

It is exceedingly difficult not to admire this Phantom of the Opera as it remains an ultra-glamorous affair.  W. Howard Greene and Hal Mohr’s eye-popping and sumptuous cinematography is a visual feast for the eye.  Vera West’s costumes are quite simply gorgeous. And Edward Ward’s musical re-orchestrations take on the flavor of legitimate opera, virtually indistinguishable from the real thing to the untrained ear. Tragically, these virtues are subverted by the story, lacking in spirit and spark. Worse - the phantom gets relegated to skulking through dank sewers, seedy alleys and gloomily lit byways, glimpsed in evaporating shadows racing along the wall and only momentarily made a figure – not of human tragedy – but maniacal and vial retributions inflicted on the unsuspecting and undeserving of his wrath. This phantom is not to be pitied, but feared – a miscalculation from which the character and the film never entirely recover. As the solitary and friendless phantom, plotting supreme revenge from within the bowels of the Paris opera house, Claude Rains never assuages beyond cloying menace; seemingly too much the gentleman to be embraced as evil incarnate. To be sure, Rains had played bad boys before. His Alexander Sebastian in 1946’s Notorious is as disreputable as he is sly and calculating. But Rains’ phantom shares in none of these more wicked attributes. He is tyrannical, plotting and venomous – in short – wholly unlikable. The best movie villains are those we love to hate. Regrettably, Rains phantom is someone we just wish would go away.

Universal Home Video’s 4K master of Phantom of the Opera , previously released, was – and remains, definite cause to rejoice.  When Uni issued the monsters on standard Blu-ray, Phantom ’s image was wan, dull and occasionally, slightly out of focus, with minor Technicolor mis-registration scattered throughout. However, when this title made the leap to UHD, Uni apparently had second thoughts – either rescanning from an OCN or digitally performing minor miracles to virtually eradicate all of the aforementioned shortcomings. Seeing Phantom of the Opera in 4K is literally like seeing it for the first time. Colors are precise and sparkle with that stellar look of vintage Technicolor at its exceptional best. Film grain is subtle, but present and looking very indigenous to its source. Contrast has been superbly rendered. And virtually all age-related artifacts, and mis-registration problems are gone! Wow! What a transformation. The DTS 2.0 mono sounds admirable within the limitations of original Westrex sound recording. Extras are all repurposed and include a comprehensive ‘making of’ that covers not only the enduring popularity of Gaston LeRue’s novel, but also touches on the stage incarnations, the various film adaptations and also provides good background info on the making of this film. Universal also gives us a comprehensive audio commentary and theatrical trailer. For fans of this version of Phantom of the Opera , the 4K is a perfectly realized outing.

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    Starring: Nelson Eddy, Claude Rains, Susanna Foster, Edgar Barrier. Director: Arthur Lubin. Plot Synopsis: One of the most popular stories of all time, Gaston Leroux's Phantom of the Opera is the legendary horror tale starring Claude Rains as the masked phantom of the Paris Opera House. Following a tragic accident that leaves him disfigured ...

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    Universal went all the way back into its own antiquity, digging up Gaston LeRoux's celebrated tale of death stalking the Paris opera house for Arthur Lubin's lavishly appointed Phantom of the Opera (1943) - a spectacular, even mind-boggling excursion in glorious Technicolor, alas, predestined to fail in its primary objective - to thrill. The original 1925 Phantom starring Lon Chaney had ...

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