I just watched LOVE HAPPY on dvd, and irregardless of the quality of the film itself--and the production and cast credentials certainly make it a curio at the very least--I was very impressed by the video quality and this from Artisan!! I've seen previous incarnations on LD, tape, and cable and this is clearly superior to those presentations. For an independent production, this looks superior to any of the Paramount or MGM Marx films. Does anyone know if there was a restoration? The potentially problematic nightime scenes in the rooftop chase against neon advertising is excellent. The photography was by William C. Mellor (who photographed A PLACE IN THE SUN around the same time) and the Republic- owned film was distributed by Lion's Gate and bears the Paramount logo at its conclusion. Does anyone else have an opinion on it?