Well here's one from the Land of Obscure 1970s movies which wasn't much of a box office success but hits home in some interesting ways. The Choirboys is basically about a group of LAPD policemen who let off the stress of their regular jobs by engaging in some rather "interesting" after hours activity. It also included early appearances by stars like Louis Gossett Jr. (five years before Officer & a Gentleman) and Charles Durning. I wouldn't be too surpirsed if this movie influenced the later production of shows like Reno 911. More detailed information at the following links: Rotten Tomatoes entry on The Choirboys Wiki page on The Choirboys The Choirboys did see a VHS release but never a DVD release owing possibly to some of the "politically incorrect" dark humor involved. But it is now available on Amazon Instant Video and some other instant video services. This movie might be a candidate for a limited blu-ray release by the likes of Twilight Time (current rights are owned by Universal and we know how lousy they are when it comes to blu-ray releases at times). It would be interesting to see some of the costumes worn (particularily by the gay fellow who encounters Roscoe in the park) on blu. Oh and after seeing this movie, you may never look at glass living room TV tables again the same. Opinions?