The best part of this disc is twofold: (1) it has the original format in which Allen actually shot the film, which was a 1.33/1 aspect ratio - ironically, it is listed as "standard" and states "this format has been modified to fit your TV screen" - actually if you compare it to the theatrical release on the other side, listed as "widescreen", the "standard" image is actually better balanced, with a framing that includes more of what the cinematographer put into each shot. And (2) it gives us the special "theatrical" release, with slightly wider aspect ratio. The "matted" version on the "widescreen" side of this DVD is shown in such a way, that the original 1.33/1 is slightly blocked off along the bottom, leaving a 1.77/1 aspect ratio, which was how the film was released in theaters. (On the DVD it is masked on all four sides to create the image more exactly as it was released in theaters.)
The 1.85/1 aspect ratio found on Blu-ray versions cuts off even more of the original image - -and (again, ironically), it is *this* one that is actually reformatted to "fit your [16x9] TV screen" - but cutting out much of the original image.
Better to stick with this DVD containing the original film aspect ratio on one side, and the original theatrical release "matted" version on the other!