They're not my screenshots. So if the DVD image isn't representative of that scene on the actual DVD (Which I didn't personally bother to go check myself), feel free to criticize that reviewer's example that was supposedly showing that we were getting a bit larger viewing area with the new Blu-Ray transfers. Also, I wasn't suggesting that the transfers on the Blu-Ray were approaching a widescreen aspect ratio. Quite the opposite, in fact. I was trying to show him that the projected image he saw in that Bewitched scene, which he believed was what a full frame of that show would look like without any cropping, still wasn't suitable for full screen 16:9 viewing without losing a significant amount of area that we've traditionally seen on 4:3 tv's. But apparently those two two Dick Van Dyke Show screenshots from that review, portrayed pillarboxed in a 16:9 area, aren't demonstrating what a full 35MM frame from a show from that era would look like compared to how we've traditionally viewed it on tv over the years like I was thinking it was. So my mistake in thinking it was a good illustration to him that even a full 35MM frame was far from 16:9 proportions.