Does anyone, by chance, have some kind of a list (complete or otherwise) that shows DVD titles that ARE, in reality, Anamorphic Widescreen DVDs, but are not advertised as being 16:9 encoded on the packaging? Was viewing the DVD of 1973's The Legend Of Hell House recently and was all set to use the "Normal" setting (rather than "16:9") on my 4:3 HDTV, when I was pleasantly surprised to find that the disc was, in fact, enhanced for WS sets. Nice transfer too IMO, plus a pretty good scare-fest to boot. Had never seen it previously. Nowhere on the Hell House package does it hint that it's a 16:9 encoded disc. Curious. Same with 1992's A League Of Their Own. It's Anamorphic, but you'd never know it from the box. Kind of annoying, huh, when this occurs. In fact, re. Hell House, only about half of the DVD e-tailers I checked show the disc as 16:9 enhanced (DVD Planet & DDD). Amazon shows just "Widescreen Letterbox" (not enhanced), and DVD Empire also does not tell us it's 16:9. Plus, even DVD Profiler doesn't provide the "Anamorphic" notation in its database. Made me think ... I wonder how many other dozens (hundreds?) of titles suffer a similar misleading "16:9 or not" plight?? Any notable major titles you can think of that omit such vital info to its potential viewers?