With Legend Films' recent success with the colorizations of It's A Wonderful Life and the I Love Lucy episode "Lucy Goes To Scotland", I wonder vif the new advances in the process could be used in vintage B/W shows that have yet to be out on DVD or shows that have shows in both color & B/W. Sony released the B/W seasons of both Bewitched and I Dream of Jeannie in both color and monochrome versions. Since Legend has been working with Fox on some of their films, I sent an e-mail to Barry Sandrew of Legend Films about possibly colorizing the first two seasons of Peyton Place (the Mia Farrow years) for a DVD release, and this was his immediate response: Charles, You’re preaching to the choir. Would love to do those episodes. It’s totally Fox’s call. Barry So Legend Films is more than willing to do colorization of vintage TV programs, but once again the stumbling block is the owner of the original material. If Fox gave the go-ahead to Legend for shows from its vault like Adventures in Paradise or even the first season of Lost In Space, it could be quite the sales bonanza. Imagine if Legend were able to get hold of The Donna Reed Show, Burns & Allen (ironically one episode WAS filmed in color) or The Patty Duke Show, these vintage shows could capture new fans. For purists, it may sound like sacrilege, but right now the studios aren't doing much to release classic B/W programming from the 50s and 60s, with few exceptions like Paramount with The Untouchables and Gunsmoke. A carefully researched colorization could be the answer to getting thse shows out!