Stumbled upon 1973's winning teen romance Jeremy and the 1984 Karen Allen vehicle Until September while browsing the Best Buy racks. I had no idea these had or were coming out. Has anyone looked at the discs? I know Jeremy has both 16x9 and fullscreen transfers while Until September has only a 1.66:1 non-anamorphic transfer. Interested to see Jeremy as the VHS tape I have features an unusually abominable transfer--really blurry IIRC--which looks like it must have come from a particularly ragged 16mm print. Also, I thought I read somewhere, perhaps in Maltin's guide, that there was an extensively different tv version of Jeremy floating around. This is a small film with a genuine sweetness and very little pretense. It's over rather quickly, but its ending resonates. Glynnis O'Connor, the object of Jeremy's (Robby Benson) affections, is just about perfect as the smart, pretty, and preternaturally mature Susan--the dreamgirl of many a fifteen-year old boy. Why she didn't get better adult roles is beyond me. Benson (often unfairly maligned) and O'Connor were paired in several subsequent projects including Ode to Billy Joe (WB), in addition to dating offscreen.