I've seen other versions of this movie on VHS and DVD and was always let down somewhat by the prints used, so I had high hopes for the Blu-ray. Alas, the print was far from pristine and there seems to have been no effort to restore it. Also, aside from some trailers, there are no extras. They didn't even bother to add subtitles for people with hearing impairment--that's just wrong. I could understand this from a company that puts out cheap DVDs, but not from Kino.
That being said, this is still a terrific, funny film and this is likely the best it will look. Don't let my disappointment with the Blu-ray put you off from seeing this classic. Carole Lombard is at the top of her game as a comedic actress and Frederic March works wonderfully with her. Put them together with Ben Hecht's darkly cynical script and a Who's Who list of classic character actors and you're in for a treat.