Blame re-watching When the Lion Roars for putting this bee in my bonnet. I'm really quite surprised that given how long DVD has been around, we still have yet to see a DVD release for classic silent movies like "Greed", "The Big Parade" and many others. I understand that the Warner Archive is attempting to fill that hole (especially with the Lon Chaney silents, for example), but really... still nothing after all this time? I guess I'm not just asking where these classic silents are, but if the market is still present for them, especially "Greed", though the movie may be more notorious than popular at this point. So, what's the buzz on this? Frankly, I think we could use an all purpose silent movie thread to keep track on what is out from whom and what is still missing. All I can say so far is thank goodness for Kino and the Warner Archive or we'd have nothing aside from the Chaplins and the Keatons out there.