The epics of Samuel Bronston have never been given their proper due on home video - mainly because of their deplorable PD status for many years. Bronston, part visionary/part showman (some would suggest part con - I disagree) had impeccable vision. Moreover, he spent money to make money - or in his latter film's case - to lose it, badly. Regardless, we are missing three immortal classics from his canon: El Cid, The Fall of the Roman Empire and 55 Days at Peking. When Weinstein acquired these titles back in the early 2000s I held out some hope we might be gearing up for their reemergence on home video in pristine new transfers. I was mistaken. Weinstein has since lost the rights to these movies and I'm not sure what the future holds for any of them. I realize I've omitted Circus World from this collection (never cared for it). But quite frankly, isn't it about time Bronston - the man, the film maker, the mogul, and his legacy - received their due on home video? Thoughts? Facts? Prayers for some sort of not too distant resurrection for these flicks on home video?