This is not generally available in the UK, and it seems unlikely that it will be - it is a made-to-order DVD from Warners' Specialist Website - ie, each order is specially made for that customer. The format is pretty basic - a behind the scenes short, made before the US release, I guess. And the main feature. There are no chapters on the menu, although they ARE available from you DVD player's remote by using the next and back buttons. It states that it is remastered - this DOES NOT mean restored, although the quality is very good. The FULL feature is presented, complete with intermission, which I believe was not released in the UK, although to be fair, I can't remember from seeing it in the cinema on first release. It's a charming film, not too dated and pays effective homage to 42nd Street, whilst combining the feel of both the original London and Broadway versions of the show in the musical numbers. Max Adrian in particular is woderfully fruity! And Twiggy, it has to be said, is totally gorgeous, and has a sweet singing voice. Ken Russell's usual repertory players fill out the rest of the cast very effectively, with the addition of Christopher Gable as a charming Tony, and Tommy Tune doing his usual over the top dance routines. There is also a famous uncredited appearance by Glenda Jackson, as the very unlikely star of a VERY tatty repertory theatre group.
Amazon state that it is a Region 1 version. This is in fact inaccurate, as it appears to be region free and will play on all DVD players.
Great to have it at last.