Watched all througth for the first time this morning. (I had previously tried to watch a crappy old fullscreen print and gave up)
Well, the nice clear widescreen version helped a bit but I'm afraid nothing was going to salvage this mess completely.
And I agree with Tom in regard to the dubbing. Unless I am mistaken those are not LVC's or Boone's own voices. I don't understand this as it is clearly Palance's own voice, so why not the others?
But aside from the dubbing, it's just a bad film in my opinion. And I know I've said this before but it really annoys me that MGM release a film like this turkey and leave other, much better ones, languishing in the vaults. I presume they are under the impression that LVC's name will ensure sales but it really is a bad advert for the genre.