Be very careful.
If you are buying the dvd of GASLIGHT, and want it (as I did) for the far superior original BRITISH version (Anton Walbrook, Diana Wynyard, dir.Thorold Dickinson) you will not find it. I was under the impression, after reading several reviews, that it was included here, BUT for some reason, it has been removed from this issue (dated 2004) no matter how many times you turn the disc over in hope ... so start searching for a 2nd-hand one that's older, and has both versions.
The number of lurid stories about how MGM did its best to suppress the original can now be borne out yet again - whoever markets the 2004 release of this dvd has done their job well. Why ? The two films are interesting to compare, are very different, and they are both by directors deserving of the title 'great'.
Cynics might suggest that someone is afraid that the British version is too good.
Can we please have the 1940 Dickinson/Walbrook/Wynyard GASLIGHT back again as soon as possible - preferably on its own, and marketed as one of the classic British movies! Food for thought - for any distributor worth their salt.