It is 2004, right? Well MGM has decided to turn the clock WAY back, because according to dvd file, they are about to release a slew of titles in PAN & SCAN only this April, including MAN OF LA MANCHA with Peter O'Toole and Judy Garland's last film I COULD GO ON SINGING. The irony here is that I COULD GO ON SINGING (a very good, under-rated film directed by Ronald Neame in 2.35 panavision that has a story similar to Garland's real-life persona)was released on vhs ONLY in letterbox format in 1989 (as well as on a swell letterbox laserdisc at the same time). I would even take the (dare I say these words) non-anamorphic letterbox transfer from 1989 on the new DVD sooner than I could accept a PAN & SCAM on this title. I know MGM has really made some bad decisions in this regard of late (can we say REMO WILLIAMS?), but taking the great Garland's final screen appearance, and giving it a pan & scan DVD 15 years after a letterboxed VHS and ld issue is really inexcusable. Let's hope DVD File's info was wrong and that wiser heads are prevailing at MGM Home Entertainment. (I won't hold my breath!).