By Leonard Maltin | Leonard Maltin April 2, 2012 at 1:00AM
Frank Capra, Jr.’s introduction and commentary remain intact, and offer insights both large and small. (I didn’t know that Glenda Farrell was Robert Riskin’s girlfriend at the time they made this picture.) There is also a first-rate essay by film historian Scott Eyman inside the DVD case. I’m grateful to producer Bruce Venezia for bringing this restoration to my attention—and for doing it in the first place.
In sum, this version of Lady for a Day is a must-have, even if you already own a copy.