This documentary is featured on Columbia TriStar's 1998 DVD for The Matinee Idol (1928), both Sony Pictures Home Entertainment's 2006 Frank Capra Premiere Collection DVD set and 2014 Blu-ray for Mr. Smith Goes to Washington (1939), as well as The Criterion Collection's 2014 DVD & Blu-ray releases for It Happened One Night (1934).

The movie narrator Ron Howard states was falsely represented as a Capra film in England in order to generate more revenue by Columbia studio boss Harry Cohn was "If You Could Only Cook," actually directed by William A. Seiter with Herbert Marshall and Jean Arthur. It resulted in legal action by Capra against Cohn.

Narrator Howard states that one hour was edited out of 'Lost Horizon" by Columbis studio boss Harry Cohn without Capra's consent. In Capra's biography, "The Name above the Title" the director claims that that the preview audience laughed at the oriental melodramatics in the first two reels which preceded the airport panic that the film in its present state opens with. Capra states that the audience compared it unfavorably with Fu Manchu movies. An upset Capra claims he took the first two reels home and burned them in his furnace without consulting Cohn.