I have the WB DVD, with both the 1930's version, and the Vincent Price film. The Price movie gets top billing, and I wanted it pretty bad. Imagine my surprise though, when I found the 1930's version with Fay Wray to be far superior to the Price movie. Not to take anything away from the Price film, but I just find the earlier version to be more frightening, more exciting, and with a better presentation. The early technicolor process adds a lot to the film too. I've watched this DVD four times now. Once for Price, and three times for Wray. I don't know about anyone else, but I'm so glad they added the early version to the release.