I hope "fully restored" means the beautiful restoration that has aired on the Disney Channel in the past (or something better!); the 1993 "Studio Collection" video was uncut...but sourced from a horrible, dark, grainy 16mm print...:rolleyes
This DVD looks gorgeous. There are no extras, but the 96 minute film is still spread over two layers. There are signs of wear and tear on the print (especially on the first reel - and not just during the titles), but the colors and contrast levels are rock solid. It looks to be a straight transfer of a good film element, probably a fair representation of a high quality preservation element with minimal video processing applied. The superbits++ video bitrate ensures there are no compression artifacts as well. I would not be put off by the lack of extras when an opportunity exists to own a first rate transfer of a Freddie Young shot Technicolor classic film on DVD.
I would rather they just present the mono soundtrack rather than the 5.1 track that is the sole option here, but the "stereo" processing is mild and not overly distracting.