Let me preface this by saying I know Warners can't provide the kind of restoration and subsequent expense on every color film they have in their library, but I must say I am very disappointed with NIGHT AND DAY in the Cary Grant collection. I am no reviewer, so I will give my impressions and suppositions. 1. I think this is from an old transfer made from 50's Eastmancolor elements. 2. The soundtrack has a wobble throughout, as do many Warner films that were transferred to safety film in the fifties. (check out chapter 16, I think), when Porter is playing the piano. 3. In the main titles, the Technicolor credit seems added with a different color and background. I am sure this is where the color credit goes, but I bet the color credit was removed when they made black and white prints and put back in for subsequent color releases. The color has no "snap" as Technicolor should have. So my guess is this is the same transfer used for the old laser disc. It's not that it is terrible, but Warners has set the bar so high, I was expecting a bit more, but knowing the film is not highly regarded, maybe we are lucky to get it at all.