Mr.Harris, are You sure, that "manufacturing" the prints cannot influence the presentation? For what I've experienced, the prints made in the 60's or 70's were made for the "years to come" and shown many times again and again - until they broke into peaces... I think the distributors cared about quality in that time. Starting in the mid 80's they needed more and more prints for a "forced" first run, it was less and less intended to show them in reruns (because of the Home Video Market I guess) I learned, that distributors tried to find the cheapest possible way to get their prints. I also felt, that picture quality (sharpness, colours) were getting worse and worse. So can really be said for sure, that that did not maybe make a difference between countries? Especially, because nobody really was very enthusiastic about that movie in the first place. What's Your personal opinion in the "OUATIA" case? Have You seen the WARNER BD? No problem with oversaturated reds in faces? Can You imagine, that the "new colour" is correct in it's own way , and - if not, what I presume - do You have any idea, why Mr. Scorsese can approve that? I'm really interested in Your personal opinion. Thanks!