A quick perusal of his IMDb filmography shows that most of Ron Howard's directoral efforts are available on DVD, but not this one. I guess it's not a big surprise--it's not exactly a classic or even a well-known film--but it has a lot of sentimental value for Dallasites. Do you think there's any chance it'll ever see the light of day on DVD, or is there any truth to the rumor that Howard wants it buried in the vault? Since Grand Theft Auto is on DVD, I would suspect that is not true. I found this film on VHS recently, and it's still a fun little film. Like I said, it's no classic, but it's enjoyable. Plus, it's a fairly rare example of Charles Martin Smith in a leading role. I just wish it were on DVD, because the tape I bought is in terrible condition.