I suppose DVD sites don't have fact check editors but am I the only one irritated by all too common comments like this in DVD reviews? This is from digitallyobsessed review of Billy Rose's Jumbo: "Stephen Boyd is another strong point, too. Who would have thought he'd possess a terrific singing voice on par with Howard Keel ...? (Metro evidently thought so by giving him a shot two years later in Debbie Reynolds' The Unsinkable Molly Brown, another failed studio musical that deserved a much better reception." 1. Stephen Boyd was dubbed, he was no Howard Keel. 2. That was Harve Presnell, not Boyd, who was Reynolds' leading man in Unsinkable Molly Brown. 3. Molly Brown was hardly a "failed" studio musical. It was a big hit at the box office with a favorable critical reception and earned Reynolds her only Oscar nomination and the film also received several other nods.