A local store got one copy today of each ofthese new titles and did't realize they were putting out new releases a week too early. I grabbed them and ran. A few, but not many negatives. Fox has coming up two musicals - Pin Up Girl and Weekend in Havana - for which they have some cut musical numbers, but they are not including them. Same Here - State Fair - 1946 has a reprise of a song by Dick Haymes, a little of which is seen in the Rodgers and Hammerstein, the sound of movies Doc. Wish Fox had included the entire number here. The new State Fair (46) looks no better or worse than before and sounds good in both fake stereo and mono. The 1962 State Fair - first release in widescreen, looks very good and sounds far better than I have ever heard it. Over the years, I have seen a few prints that have a very short exit music, the Fox chorus sings Its a grand NIght for singing. My old prerecord tape has it. I was sorry to see that there was not a chapter for exit music. I got a big surprise !! The film ends, then the exit music comes on, but for the first time in my experience with picture - an end cast where we see film of each star and who plays what!! I was never so shocked. A nice extra is a 30 min. doc on all versions of State Fair including the broadway adaptation. Oklahoma - the cinemascope version has been worked on and both picture and sound, compared to the old laser, have been improved out of recognition. Oklahoma - the Todd AO - frequently, ugly, soft to the point of looking out of focus. I'll save my old DVD for that one. can't wait to see the new Sound of Music next week for the new extras.