On February 21, Fox Home Video will inaugurate yet another in its series of high-end classics, and will begin their offering of "Marquee Musicals" with three popular titles, thus far missing from DVD. Week-end in Havana, a 1941 Technicolor production starring Alice Faye and Carmen Miranda is probably the best film of the group, and looks quite acceptable for a three-strip production, with pleasant color and stability, although color flickering in occasionally noticeable in neutral areas. The 1944 Pin Up Girl with Betty Grable also has nice look to it, with just a bit of color fringing, which should not get in the way of one's enjoyment. These are both short, fun productions typical of the period for Fox. The newest of the three (1955) is Fred Astaire's only Fox musical vehicle, the oft-remade (this is the fourth version) Daddy Long Legs, here offered in a quality transfer of its original CinemaScope 2.55:1 format and four track stereo. Anything that helps to complete the works of Mr. Astaire on DVD is great news in my book. All three come with audio commentaries and other extras which deliver much more than their under $15 street price. Although not the best titles in the library, the Marquee Musicals collection is a wonderful beginning and portends great things to come from Fox. I look forward to the next titles. Recommended.