Having bought this a year ago (!) I've finally viewed this, and this review replaces my earlier one which was basically a request for information regarding the colour sequence.
I'm pleased to report that this transfer to DVD is one of the best I've ever seen, from a superb, sharp and well contrasted crisp black and white print, with good audio level. Most importantly of all, though, is that the long Technicolor sequence is intact and looks absolutely stunning. I'm not sure who was responsible for the Technicolor art direction and photography but it is amazingly beautiful, in very subtle shades, except, of course, for the "Alice Blue Gown" which stands out and glows!
The film is entertaining, with a light plot given really more than its due by an attractive cast. Anna Neagle's "Oirish" accent does begin to grate after a while, but she looks gorgeous and has two handsome suitors in Ray Milland and Alan Marshall. It's good to see that grand character actress May Robson, as Granny, too.
I thoroughly enjoyed it and would recommend it to lovers of Vintage Hollywood, an excellent example from a world long gone, alas.