Even though the DVD of this film is an improvement over previous editions, it does bring up the importance of OAR. The film was of course presented in a 1.37:1 ratio in the theatre. However, the new DVD slightly crops the bottom of the frame, favoring the top half. This results in an alteration of a key plot point. When young Harry Bailey discovers that Mr. Gower has mistakenly placed poison in a patient's prescription, we can't see the label marked "poison" on the bottle. I feel that authoring houses need to pay closer attention to how films are cropped for Home Theatres. Even OAR full frame films can be harmed by bad framing. In this case, it affects the plot, however slight. I wish Lowry could get its hands on this film. It needs a new video/audio restoration.