Paul Brownstein's TV Classics (the same company that put out the great Dick Van Dyke Show sets) had restored and remastered Doris Day's two 1970's TV specials and some of the negatives of her 1968-1973 sitcom for release on DVD. Now, according DorisDayTribute.com (which I trust as they have some ties to Doris and have been instrumental in releasing some of her audio product through Sony), the DVDs have been abandoned indefinitely, as the remasters were destroyed in a fire, and the cost to begin again is too prohibitive. Does this strike anyone else as a bogus explanation? I have worked in the accounting end of this industry since 1989 and have NEVER seen a professional company, like Mr. Brownstein's, not have extensive insurance to cover the cost of a disaster like a fire. Either the originals were destroyed, or they decided there wasn't a market for the DVDs, which why not just say that? Anyone else just think that sounds fishy? Anyone have any info on this?