Both with Ann Blyth. I usually patiently wait for U.S. Region 1 releases. Don't have much experience ordering imported DVDs. But I was wondering if anybody here owns the imported DVD versions noted below and could comment on them. First, THE STUDENT PRINCE (1954). There appears to be a Region 0 version from Korea available. Apparently the audio is English, with subtitles in Korean or English that can be turned off. It's also widescreen, although some product descriptions (Ebay) say full screen. I get the sense that maybe there are two versions out there, an older full screen one and a newer widescreen version (?). LINK REMOVED Second, ROSE MARIE (1954). A version is available from Brazil. Audio in English, but the DVD menus and packaging in Portuguese. Similar questions. LINK REMOVED I don't know if Warners (I assume these MGM films belong to them) has plans to release these in the U.S., perhaps via the Archives program. Could be next month, could be in 5 years or longer? If these reasonably priced imports are of good quality I'd be tempted to get them. So are these legitimate versions? They seem to be. Are they anamorphic? Comments on their quality? Any information is appreciated.