I'm not usually one to post queries about the possibility of releasing to now unavailable titles on DVD, but I noticed mention of an MGM Studio documentary in the thread about the MEET ME IN ST. LOUIS 2-DVD set. I can't stand Judy Garland or her movies but was curious if Warner would include the same quality extras of their other two-disc editions and upon reading the HTF review it seems so. But that documentary really got me to thinking about this Turner documentary from the 90's called MGM: WHEN THE LION ROARED, which was shown on TV in three two-hour blocks, hosted by Patrick Stewart on some nicely designed art-deco sets, and absolutely crammed with publicity material and clips from all the MGM classics. It's basically an excuse to revisit footage from the MGM library, but offers a surprising amount of behind-the-scenes politics and backstabbery, sort of a warts-and-all look at the rise and eventual fall of the stidio, culminating in it's literal and figurative destruction during Kirk Kerkorian's reign, during which they show footage of bulldozers plowing through classic movie sets. It's quite possibly one of the best documetaries on Hollywood I've ever seen and I was wondering if anyone else is aware of it, remembers it, or knows if it might one-day turn up on DVD. I have the VHS box set they put out years back, but would love to have this upgraded to DVD.