Hello, I've been trying to figure out if there has ever been a DVD version of Marlon Brando's sole directorial effort, One Eyed Jacks, released in the proper theatrical aspect ratio. I've read that it was the second to last film made using the VistaVision process, and that the process could be used to create both a 1.66:1 and a 1.85:1 aspect ratio. Based on information at IMDB, the film was intended to be shown at 1.85:1. I've looked into the available DVD versions listed at Amazon, and while there are quite a few, many seen to be described as full frame. I'm wondering if this means that the matting has been removed so the top and bottom of the image are now simply filling up the screen or if we're looking at pan & scan. In any case, it sounds like this film has yet to receive any significant release, and that issues with both the quality of the image and the presentation of the image have yet to be fully dealt with (although I think it was Technicolor and should have held up fairly well on its own). I could be completely wrong here, and would welcome any input on this seemingly forgotten classic western. Additionally, if anyone would like to go into an explanation of the VistaVision process and how it worked, I would love to hear about it. Thanks very much for any thoughts.