Just received this TCM Vault Collection for these 1950s Thrillers. They were touted on the TCM Vault site as being newly remastered. I just had time to scan the titles, and I think it is a mixed bag. WOMAN IN HIDING (1950) looks gorgeous and have no qualms with it. The black and white photography is very crisp with great contrast. FEMALE ON THE BEACH (1955) looks good, but is 1:33 aspect ratio. Being 1955, wouldn’t this be wide screen? THE UNGUARDED MOMENT (1956) is the only color film, and it looks horrible. It is letterboxed, but within the 1:33 screen. The color and transfer must be years old with faded color, smeary picture and little detail. THE PRICE OF FEAR (1956) is anamorphic and looks okay. Like Universal’s 1959 BACK STREET (1961), THE UNGUARDED MOMENT just seems like an old transfer. At least BACK STREET was anamorphic, but the color and look was very disappointing to me.