I just got the recently released dvd version of this movie and I am very disappointed--not with the movie itself (which I love)--but the dvd. Instead of Widescreen, which was its original theatrical release format, the makers of this dvd decided to release this as full screen. As most of you know, the shape of a movie screen is different than a TV screen. Rather than pan and scan, the movie is stretched and squeezed so as to fit everything on the screen. As a result, the actors look slightly elongated. This could of been a perfect release because the image is very sharp and clear, and colors are bright and crisp. The dvd is released by HBO Home Video--not Warner Home Video as reported in Amazon's product details.