I’ve been looking for a high def version of Treasure Island (1990) for over 10 years, at least one that is better than the DVD copy I have, that was made from the original VHS format, this made for TV movie was released in. TCM.com has a 2011 DVD version that sells for $8 plus $5 for shipping. I have other DVDs that look pretty good on my 4k TV, but the Treasure Island DVD made from a VHS looks like crap. So I can’t say how good the TCM.com version is. It is possible, it is decent. Then I noticed that Amazon, through their Prime Video sells a “HD” version of this movie for $15. I called them this morning and expressed my concern asking that if the resolution did not meet my standards, could I still get a refund after viewing it. They said yes! So it turns out there is both good and bad news. The bad news is that their HD version of the movie is not HD, not as far as any real HD standard, it is definitely not a digitally remastered version. But the good news is that the HD version is substantially better than my current viewing choices (other than catching it when it is broadcast who knows when), and it’s watchable without continuous cringing, so I’ve decided to keep it.