With very little fanfare, at least to my ears and eyes, the film 'A Double Life', featuring the great Ronald Colman in his (only) Oscar winning-role, was released to DVD last week (under the Republic Pictures banner). Was the fanfare limited because of problems with the quality of the DVD? Personally, especially with older films, I try to be more accommodating toward quality issues. With a film such as 'A Double Life' which to my knowledge was never even released on LD, I have often thought I would be prefectly happy with a DVD equal to the quality of the print used for broadcast on TCM. Comments? Feedback?