I am looking forward to Warner's release of "Singing In The Rain" after its recent restoration/new print. My question is about another Gene Kelly classic "American In Paris." I recall in the past hearing that "American In Paris" had allegedly been restored. However, to my eye and compared to other Technicolor films of the period like "Singing In The Rain" and 'Annie Get Your Gun", it just doesn't look right to me. Almost like an Eastman color copy of a Technicolor print or the like. What is the story behind the current "look" of this classic? I feel another "restoration" is needed as it sure doesn't have that Technicolor pop to the colors that I feel should be there.