This is a classic. It is halarious. Actually, the DVD is worth buying, but not for the DVD...I saw that it was in mono. This is so funny that it covers up, but geez. The dvd containes both full-screen and wide-screen formats, which is nice, because its a good full screen film, so thats how I'll view it until I get a widescreen television. On the other hand, the 1:85:1 presantaion is non-anamorphic (Which MGM DVD'S are, though?). The 2-channel mono is thin and unrealistic, and the picture quality beats out my old analog rectangle, which I sold at a yard sale. However this is, cheap, and I hear of an upcoming re-release. I won't buy it, because I already own it, although I might have to exchange this on Ebayif they have deleted scenes, no more mono, and restored and /or remastered picture and/or sound. The booklet spends half the time telling you interesting stuff, a fourth of the time telling you the cast's biographies, and another fourth telling you the difference between wide-screen and full-screen. There is also an easter egg where wanda the fish is floating around on your television screen. I am just glad that this is on DVD. I understand that this came out at a time of no special features, but MGM rushed to get this out. They did the best they could, but why didn't they just wait 6 more months and give it a prper release? Only about 5% of the population HAD DVD players when this came out...I'm probably comnplaining for no use, because all I really want to see is possible deleted scenes. Other that that, as long as this surpasses in quality over my VHS, is in widescreen, and never wears out, as Austin Powers says, "I'll be sound as a bound."