Only viewed the first disc in this set on Blu-ray. Picture quality is OK, especially considering so many half-century and older films were blown up from 4:3 ratio to 16:9 for much of the film. Enjoyed this movie when it came out 40 years ago - and met Ann Miller in a restaurant in Jamaica a few weeks later, who enjoyed new fame because of it - but it seems terribly sad now that just about everyone it, except Debbie Reynolds, is dead and MGM is no more. I hadn't remembered that the "hosts" were shown mainly on the crumbling backlots were so made great films were made. If they ever made a film of Sondheim's "Follies" that's where they need to film it - oh, damn, those were bulldozed for a housing track too. A now nostalgic one-hour video made when the film was released has a final gathering of the MGM greats. You'll wipe a tear from your eye as you see them flock on stage for a final bow.