I watched The Star two nights ago and it played without a hitch. Did some further testing. The Women played fine. Could skip from chapter to chapter without any problems on my DVD player. I checked Forbidden Hollywood Volume 1 on a different Blu Ray player. Simply could not get Red Headed Woman to play. However was able to skip chapter to chapter with Baby Face. I tested The Old Maid on two other Blu Ray players. Bad news on this one. Couldn't get past the 40 minute mark on one player. In the other player I could skip chapter to chapter until the end but when attempting to watch the last chapter it kept freezing and skipping. As for poor Sadie McKee she gets stuck at the same damn chapter on a different Blu Ray player. No wonder Warner's reissued the Crawford films on MOD discs. They must have had numerous complaints from people about them. Hopefully the will re-issue Red Headed Woman - it's my favourite Harlow and after trying on 4 machines I have had no luck with it. Aside from these Warners discs I have had problems with a couple of others, notably the Criterion DVD of Gimmie Shelter, which played fine over 10 years ago and only a couple of weeks ago when I pulled it out to watch it, it simply would not play. I tested it on 6 different DVD and Blu Ray players - nothing. So I threw it in the bin and order the recent Criterion Blu Ray. Also, recently I purchased the Blu Ray of Kedi and when watching it on one Blu Ray player it started to freeze. However, I then watched it in another player and it was fine. Tested it on two other blu ray players and it was fine. Also a couple of months ago I purchased a limited edition of Sieranevada from Romania. It's the new film from crest Puiu (The Death of Mr. Lazarescu). I had seen it at the cinema but given it hasn't been picked up for any English speaking markets I decided to purchase the limited edition. Had trouble with this disc in one Blu Ray player (freezing) but it played fine in two others. The only other time I can recall problems with a new disc was the Fassbinder box set of Maria Braun, Lola & Veronika Voss from Criterion. Maria Braun & Lola played fine but VV froze at a particular point. I tested it in a number of machines and the same problem emerged. I remember contacting Criterion at the time about this but they basically dismissed my concerns. Hasn't stopped me buying their releases. Guess I was simply unlucky enough to have struck a person that had zero idea around 'public relations'. Anyway, I will continue to check old Warner titles from time to time and post my findings.