I picked up Jacques Demy's marvelous Bay Of Angels on DVD today. When I got home I noticed the back jacket stated the ratio is 1.66. I was sure this was a scope film but I hadn't seen it in decades and perhaps my memory was playing tricks. I looked at my copy of Carr and Hayes Wide Screen Movies which has a comprehensive list of film in scope and sure enough it is listed as being filmed in the CinemaScope process. I then check the IMDb where they also said it was filmed in the CinemaScope process but here's the kicker! They also list a 1.66 ratio in addition to a 2.35 ratio! Could this film possibly have been shot in both formats? It seems terribly unlikely since films were only shot in "flat" and scope processes in the early days of CinemaScope, 1953 and 1954. Bay is a 1963 release. After putting the film on, it sure looks more like 1.78 than 1.66. It's great to have it in my collection and the film doesn't look "wrong" in the present aspect ratio but clarification would be reassuring.