Well folks, this is just me, the Great Film Colorization Heretic here trying to have some good natured fun here while giving home Theater enthusiasts some food for thought. ( HTF Admin, if you think this is not the place for this thread, my feelings won’t be affected if you move or delete this thread). As you well know nowadays, every UHD Blu-ray copy (the new 4K release)and HD Blu-ray copy of Its A Wonderful Life (1946) comes with the colorized version of the film on Blu-ray Disc. On a side note, I would like to hear from HTF members who have watched the colorized version and your opinions on the quality of the Colorization Of IAWL. But don’t make this into another full blown discussion of the pros & cons of Colorization Of Classic Films. We already have a thread or two on that.