I suppose I am being just a tad unfair with my title for this review. "Pollyana" was a film that looked so God awful back when it was first released on VHS in the early eighties that I really didn't hold out much hope for it on DVD. The story, by Eleanor S. Porter, is, of course, about a poor orphan who comes to live with her up tight aunt in a stiff community of social climbers. But through her sheer will and pleasantness, Pollyana overcomes even the most hardened cynic in the town. It's a wonderful story and a great cast. But the transfer continues to look dated. Colors are often weak or pasty. There are quite a few scenes that appear soft or slightly out of focus. Pixelization and edge enhancement intrude in the background information, making the overall visual experience pretty run of the mill. The audio is dated but well represented. As with other discs in the "Vault Disney" series, "Pollyana" is given a royal treatment with enough extra features for two movies. Once again, more should have been done with the print before rushing it out on DVD. I concede that a lot has been done already. But this disc needs much more.