I have been reading some reviews about the region 1 DVD of 'Triplets of Belleville' from Columbia and have become concerned about some things about it. I hope someone has received an early copy and can comment. Here are my concerns: - The disc supposedly has English and Spanish 5.1 audio. It is a French film. However, all of the reviews I have read say that the dialog (all five sentences) is still in French without subtitles. I will not buy the disc if it is dubbed. - A review on IGN commented on improper framing of the image, and that there is a "formatted for your TV" notice at the beginning of the film. The disc is 1.78:1, and the review talks about chopping at the top and bottom. I do seem to remember seeing this problem in the theater, especially in certain scenes. I was thinking that the film was shot in 1.33:1, and it was being "tilt-and-scanned" (if that is the term) for the theater. IMDB's tech specs (trustworthy?) lists it at 1.66:1. Does anyone know what the aspect ratio is supposed to be? If the region 1 disc is dubbed and incorrectly framed, I would be interested to know how the other region discs are presented. Thanks in advance for any comments!