5 Stunning picture quality for a 1960s film!SurreyMan | 21/10/2010 | See all SurreyMan's reviews (1)Loved this film as a child and over the years have accumulated the VHS, initial DVD and then the remastered re-issue a few years back. Received the Blu-ray today and I have been amazed at the job they did on the picture quality when transferring this. At the moment am listening through a full HD 1080p TV with stereo sound and that sounds fine - haven't yet hooked up the Blu-ray player to the 5.1. system I run so can't comment on the DTS-HD soundtrack but imagine it will be an improvement on the most recent DVD being uncompressed. The extras are OK with an extensive interview with DVD (Dick Van Dyke). Sadly much of the cast are now departed (Benny Hill, Gert Frobe, Robert Helpmann, etc.) and so he is left to comment about their involvement and it is a shame that Sally Anne Howes does not feature. So 5 out of 5 for Picture and 3 out of five for extras from me!