We've all seen them. We know they were from the early days of Fox films on DVD. The worst thing: We know we bought a couple of them. The idea of this thread is to let it out into the open about which non-anamorphic titles from Fox we bought and also have the best transfers. I only bought four non-anamorphic titles from Fox and these were the titles I bought: The Abyss History of the World Part 1 Strange Days Young Frankenstein In all due respect to anamorphic fans, I own a regular television and I don't mind the black bars whatsoever, so non-anamorphic isn't as big a problem as it is for some, but personally, I don't care. I just care idf the film looks horrible. Out of the films I bought from Fox in non-anamorphic widescreen, the winner is (believe it or not) "History of the World Part 1." The transfer is so sharp and so clean that to my eye, no pixelation or edge enhancemet was seen. The print was so clean, it represented one of the best (if not the very best) non-anamorphic transfers I have ever seen. Although it fell short in the extras department, the only other extra I could see on this DVD besides a trailer, which is included on the DVD, is a commentary by Mel Brooks. I didn't mind what was actually there, though. So c'mon and let it out. Don't be embarrassed to mention the non-anamorphic titles you bought. We all have at least one from our collection from Fox. Let's hear from you now.