There were quite a few movies-obscure ones to be sure-that for one reason or another I felt compelled to watch as a teenager each time they were shown-but I have not heard from since. TRIPLE ECHO, PAPERBACK HERO , HE'S MY BROTHER and ONE RUSSIAN SUMMER at least received brief VHS releases-but the others such as KAMOURASKA , THE WILD LITTLE BUNCH , DOWN THE ANCIENT STAIRS, LOOKING UP, THE STOOLIE and THE NIGHT CALLER never did. None seem to be part of any package of films and rights may reside with their producers. ONE RUSSIAN SUMMER , as I remember it , was fairly brutal. Of all of these , I'd be most interested in PAPERBACK HERO -but have fond memories of the others. In the same vein- I am delighted to see that WB Archive is releasing the 1973 FROM THE MIXED UP FILES OF MRS. BASIL E. FRANKWEILLER (as THE HIDEAWAYS-guess after DEALING....etc, WB ran out of ink)- a gem of a movie. Cinema V released this to theaters but its video release (as THE HIDEAWAYS) was WB on tape and Platinum on DVD. How did WB aquire this? I'm assuming C5 did not own their films ( although Columbia released a slew of them on vhs in the day)-as this and the excellent Olympic doc , VISIONS OF EIGHT (released by Olive) went different routes. I'd also be interested as to where HAPPY MOTHERS DAY, LOVE GEORGE (RUN STRANGER RUN) resides.