I can't believe I haven't picked this title up before now. I watched it yesterday after getting it from Amazon for $20. The transfer is gorgeous! The detail in the picture had me in awe for the entire 3 hour running time, apart from it being a really good movie. Yes, the story takes some liberties with history, but this was 1962. I loved the "smilebox" version and the simple way in which it was done. Bravo Warner Home Video! Here's an example of how a little creativity and minimal cost can go a very long way towards recreating the theatrical experience, this time in Cinerama. The documentary is priceless too. Well done.