We mentioned a while back that the movie was said to be coming out in high definition, but now the release of Quadrophenia on Blu-ray has been confirmed, along with details and a shelf date for the Universal release.
I did mention it a few weeks back, but I've just got a copy of the DVD reissue of What's Good For The Goose in my hands. In fact, I've just reviewed it too.
For the uninitiated, this was Norman Wisdom's last lead role in a movie, but he went out with a bang - making a movie about a man's descent into the 60s hipster scene in the late 60s. Hanging out in a club with the Pretty Things, having a fling with Sally Geeson for example - but in Southport rather than swinging London.
Just reissued by Odeon (I think it's out next week), you can check out the review online now.