I watched the Blu-ray tonight and thought it was an excellent presentation in high def. Only one or two scenes appeared to have come from something other than first-rate sources, but most of it looked quite wonderful. The film has always been a fun lark of a romantic comedy with a bit of a message sewn ever so gingerly into it (Dory Schary was the producer, so that's no surprise), and Katie's brothers (mentioned above played by hunks Keith Andes, Lex Barker, and James Arness) make for an entertaining climax to the picture.
This is one warm, sweet movie. Just as It’s A Wonderful Life languished in unappreciated limbo for years, so has this movie. Now it’s out there for us film fans and you will not regret getting this one. While I don’t have the reviewing credentials like Matt or Crawdaddy, believe me, this is a fine piece of entertainment. You will find yourself chuckling out loud, smiling and just plain feeling good.