All of the Martin & Lewis films are now on DVD except for "3 Ring Circus". Here is my theory of why this movie has not been released on DVD. Paramount is very paranoid about music rights these days. TV show collectors know what they have done to "My Three Sons", "The Fugitive" and "The Odd Couple" on DVD. They have replaced scores or edited out songs. Most of the Martin & Lewis films have songs written for the movie. Or in the case of "Living It Up", the rights to the few songs from the Broadway Show "Hazel Flagg" were purchased by Paramount. "The Stooge" also had some older songs in it. "3 Ring Circus" has only one original song. ("Hey, Punchinello") One of Dean's big numbers in "3 Ring Circus" is "It's a Big, Wide, Wonderful World" written by John Rox in 1939 and I believe made it's debut in the flop Broadway review "All in Fun" in late 1940. The song became somewhat popular in other recordings in the 40's and had a big revival from being sung in "3 Ring Circus". Could there be a problem with this song that is causing Paramount to not release "3 Ring Circus" on DVD?