It appears that Rene Clair's 1945 film version of Agatha Christie's AND THEN THERE WERE NONE has 3 separate DVD releases. One is by Madacy, and I eliminate that one on reputation of the company alone. Next, there is a version by VCI. This one has an MSRP of $9.99, and can be had for a very nice price of only $5.32 at DeepDiscountDVD.com. I found the following reviews for it: ATTWN (VCI) review at dvdreview.com ATTWN (VCI) review at The Cinema Laser ATTWN (VCI) review at lightviews.com The concensus seems to be that it's pretty good, perhaps a bit soft on the video. Then there is a more recent release by Image. This one costs more -- the MSRP is $24.99, and the DDD price is about $17.99. Here is a review of the Image release by Jeff Ulmer: ATTWN (Image) review at digitallyobsessed.com I can't find any comments directly comparing these two versions. Is the Image release better, and if so, is it enough to justify more than triple the street price of the VCI release? My initial thought is that the Image release price point is a bit high these days. Finally, since everybody seems to be putting out a version of this, what's the prospects for a Criterion release, which I'm sure would get the best treatment of all? This is a classic film that I'd like to add to my collection at some point. All comments are welcomed.