Hey all! I thought you guys might find this interesting. While viewing the new PINOCCHIO release on Blu-Ray, I noticed both the remix and restored mono mixes are missing dialog when compared to all the previous video releases of the film. How this happened is anyone's guess, though my hypothesis is that the soundtrack was rebuilt from whatever separate elements they had (to enable better filtering and noise reduction) and a few things were accidentally left out. I just thought you guys might want to know. I haven't finished watching the movie yet, so there may be even more sound elements missing. I'm sure you'll flame me all over the place, but here goes! 1992 release - Jiminy says "Right!" after Pinocchio says his name 2009 release 1992 release - Jiminy says "Look out, Pinoch!" (ms) 2009 release Anyone else have any thoughts? We've heard this before, most notably on the 2006 NIGHTMARE ON ELM ST where music cues and sound effects were missing (this master is also shown on HDNET MOVIES and HD THEATER and was used for the Canadian Blu release - all with the same mixing flaws) and when screams and such were missing from the original TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE, even from the supposedly restored original mixes.