This was an interesting (baffling) choice of film to receive the Masters of Cinema/Eureka treatment. I say this because it doesn't seem to follow the usual pattern/type of films they select. The package itself is, of course, beautiful - as are all MOC releases. Dual format Blu ray and DVD (with extras), with a wonderfully thick and satisfying accompanying booklet. The film itself is an odd one: whilst there are some genuinely laugh-out-loud hysterically funny moments and, I think excellent performances from Randall, Blondell and Mansfield, the film just doesn't seem coherent and, in my view, could have been a far greater film - not to mention biting satire - than it actually was.