Not much of a movie, really but it's a fine example of the last great days before television when Hollywood could offer the world a nice package of fun and color. Once the insecurities of the post war set in, TV, the breakdown of the studio system, the red scare, changing mores, etc,etc., these type movies couldn't be made with anything near the kind of confidence and comfort that's needed to pull it off. So on one hand,a silly story, but on the other hand, a complete lack of pretense and I think everyone needs a movie like this once in a while. The DVD quality seems pretty good although I had imagined that the color might be a bit muted. I guess it gets a passing 90 on that. It's a finely crafted and congenial with a great cast of golden era stalwarts. Gotta love full saturation color.