I've just today received my copy of this box, and unlike two of the other reviewers, discover that my set does include the original, superior, uncoloured black and white version of "It's a Wonderful Life". This is a fine print, with good audio.
The other oddities to remark on are with the discs of "You Can't Take It With You" and "Mr Smith Goes to Washington": the former is a poor print, with some strange transitions, and with *unremovable* Turkish subtitles for any screens involving the written word. The latter has been better restored, but also suffers from this weird Turkish subtitle problem.
It seems, on the face of it, as if the manufacturers of this box set are filling it with surplus stocks from whichever part of Europe they can manage, and that this involves some "tinted" versions of the most famous films, as well as the Turkish glitches.
The films themselves are superb. This is a cheap way to get all four. However, there is something strange going on here with this box set which precludes a full recommendation. It looks as if one really does not know what one is getting - so "caveat emptor"!