TV Shows on DVD announcing that the remaining 30 episodes of the "lost" episodes of SUSPENSE will be coming out in 2009. March 17 is offered as a tentative date. Has anyone seen any internet reviews of the STUDIO ONE ANTHOLOGY? It's a fabulous set with terrific bonus features (featurettes, interview, symposiums) and a superbly detailed booklet with extensive cast and crew information. It's wonderful seeing Reginald Rose's first draft of TWELVE ANGRY MEN with some fascinating against-type casting of Robert Cummings and Franchot Tone in the Fonda and Lee J. Cobb roles. There is also an extremely ambitious and inventive adaptation of Orwell's 1984 (I think I spotted Martin Landau as an extra), a prescient "comedy documentary "Confessions of a Nervous Man" with Art Carney playing author George Axelrod, and a 1949 adaptation of George S Kaufman and Ring Lardner's JUNE MOON showcasing Jack Lemmon and Eva Marie Saint. There are some priceless gaffes: A man in a white shirt and tie wearing glasses ducks between some paper mache pillars during a production of PONTIUS PILATE. Primative though they may be, shows like SUSPENSE and STUDIO ONE provide the irresistable missing link between what movies were and what television would become. In USA Today a couple of weeks ago, Koch stated that they were bringing out dvds on Ernie Kovacs (hope they include his performance in "Playhouse 90"'s TOPAZE) and the 1959 tv adaptation of Budd Schulberg's WHAT MAKES SAMMY RUN (Dina Merrill, John Forsythe) as follow-ups to their outstanding STUDIO ONE ANTHOLOGY.