I just bought a new DVD of a Discovery Channel special called "Sasquatch: Legend Meets Science." The DVD is distributed by the company that produced the special. The package claims it is "widescreen - anamorphic 16:9." Okay, I have a standard TV. But when I play the DVD, the feature is squeezed vertically as if the player is on the 16:9 setting -- but at every setting! I tried it at the 4:3 letterbox setting, the 4:3 pan-and-scan setting, and the 16:9 setting. All look the same: squeezed as if it's playing in the 16:9 mode on my standard TV, and no black bars. It's only on the feature that this happens. The supplements are fine, but appear to be letterboxed and 4:3. What is going on? I have two DVD players and the disc performs the same on both of them. Has anyone ever heard of such a thing? Is there some code that was not put on the disc that enables the DVD player to squash the picture and make it letterboxed on a standard television? I almost wonder if they could have just squeezed the whole picture and transferred it at 4:3, but it does say "16:9 on the package. I'm flabbergasted and rather pissed off. Anyone have any idea what the problem is before I contact the company? Thanks in advance.