I only have two classic Technicolor titles on Blu-ray: THE ADVENTURES OF ROBIN HOOD (1938) and THE WIZARD OF OZ (1939). I've only watched one, ROBIN HOOD, and I was bowled over by it. This is as close to how I've seen it look on the big screen as any Technicolor film I've seen in home video. Just beautiful. I was wondering how many other three-strip Technicolor films from the 1930s and '40s are worth seeing on Blu-ray. I just looked up GONE WITH THE WIND on Amazon and the price is right. Is it worth getting? I see a separate thread on Disney films, so I'll leave those films to that thread, and another thread on GULLIVER'S TRAVELS. Have the Fleischer Superman cartoons ever come out on Blu-ray? The Warner cartoons from that period? I could probably come up with a list of feature film titles I'm interested in, although I'm quite sure most of those haven't even come out on DVD (e.g. WHITE SAVAGE, 1943; FRENCHMAN'S CREEK, 1944; I'VE ALWAYS LOVED YOU, 1946; DESERT FURY, 1947, etc.). So just off the top of my head, here are some titles from that period that I would like to see on Blu-ray: JESSE JAMES (1939) DODGE CITY (1939) THE LITTLE PRINCESS (1939) DR. CYCLOPS (1940) MY FRIEND FLICKA (1943) PHANTOM OF THE OPERA (1943) CAN'T HELP SINGING (1944) NATIONAL VELVET (1944) CANYON PASSAGE (1946) THE ADVENTURES OF DON JUAN (1948) That's just a sample of the kinds of films I'm thinking about. Of these films, I have some on VHS and only two on DVD, CAN'T HELP SINGING and CANYON PASSAGE, both of which are gorgeous to look at. Imagine how awesome they would be on Blu-ray. If you can think of any Technicolor titles from this period that have come out on Blu-ray and meet your expectations, please let me know. Thank you. P.S. There are still quite a few 3-strip Technicolor films that I've never seen at all and that don't seem to have come out in any format yet, e.g. the Dorothy Lamour sarong films from Paramount: HER JUNGLE LOVE, TYPHOON, ALOMA OF THE SOUTH SEAS, BEYOND THE BLUE HORIZON.