Discovered today that the 1997 DVD Warner Bros 'Bridges of Madison County', I was planning on purchasing, is only available in 1:33.1,, yet the Laser Disc I owned back in 1996 was 1:85.1 .. I found this quite alarming as for the year 1997 and especially the Studios of Warner Brothers would release only the P/S version and not the letterbox version. I guess what we should really like to see released is an anamorphic 16 x9 upgrade of this 1995 film from Clint Eastwood. I just found it strange as usually 99.9% of studios releases (except for Columbia pictures recently) release their films in wide screen or 'flippers' of that time frame (1997-1998) of these early DVD releases to entice people at that time to buy into DVD . Strange??? or was this commonplace? I can't seem to locate too many other WB releases that followed this trait.