Does anyone want to speculate what might be included in a Universal Musical boxset???? There were vague rumors they were doing one which would feature Walking My Baby Back Home (53), such a tuneful, bouncy musical that I have always loved (it's been playing on the late night movie for years over here). Supposing they include 4 more titles, what would your choices be? Of course, we still don't know if they ever intend to do a Deanna Durbin vol. 2 in R1, but if not, I hope some would show up in a musical boxset, especially His Butler's Sister (43), One Hundred Men and a Girl (37) and Three Smart Girls Grow Up (39). If I don't count the Durbins, I would love to see any of the following on DVD: So This Is Paris (54) - Sailors on leave in Paris - Sounds familiar? Maybe, but the fun is really contagious with Tony Curtis (better at dancing than at singing), Gene Nelson, Gloria De Haven and some extremely entertaining song and dance numbers. She Loves Me Not (34) (Paramount, but belongs to Universal) - Probably of the funniest comedies of the 30s with superb songs by Crosby and a dynamic performance by Miriam Hopkins. The Fleet's In (1942) (Paramount, but belongs to Universal) The Jimmy Dorsey band, Dorothy Lamour, William Holden, Betty Hutton and some of the best-known songs of the 40s. The Second Greatest Sex (55) - Obviously inspired by Seven Brides,hardly in the same league, but a really noteworthy musical just the same with plenty of great dancing, dubbed leads (Crain and Nader) and fabulous supporting roles (Kitty Kallen in her film debut and Keith Andes doing his own great singing among many others.) What would your choices be?