The 3-D classic KISS ME KATE has been announced for DVD release this spring, but unfortunately it seems this disc will be a flat only release. That is sad, as this flick is awesome in its intended stereoscopic format. It still gets released to revival houses in 3-D from time to time. I was able to see it in the original dual projector polariod format, and it rocked! The aspect ratio is sure to spark debate. The film was shot for academy ratio (1:37 to 1) and looks better that way, even though some theatres matted it for widescreen even in original release. The DVD is announced as 1:37 to 1, which is a good thing. A widescreen version shows up on TCM from time to time, but I prefer the ratio intended during production. All of the dozens of 3-D flicks shot in 1953-55 look better in 1:37 to 1. Many theatres cropped them, some were even advertised as being in widescreen, but academy ratio works much better for these. I wish I could hold out hope a field sequential 3D version will be included on the disc along with the flat one. I would LOVE to be wrong about this. Note: Way back in 1981, a terrible red/blue anaglyph downconverted TV version ran on SelecTV. It looked horrible, and in no way represented what the original polariod 3-D prints looked like. I wouldn't have any interest in an anaglyph print; but the studio could easily include a full color field sequential version. Warner, Columbia and Universal alone have a gold mine of 3-D material.