The recent thread on John Wayne's "The Alamo" got me to thinking of films not only not on blu-ray, but which are either partially or totally "lost." My top 5 of "lost" films: 1. The Alamo (1960) Directed by John Wayne. The recent thread indicates the travesty MGM visited upon this film. Pray there's a complete roadshow copy in a film archive or in the hands of a private collector who will be generous enough to donate for preservation. 2. The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes (1970) Directed by Billy Wilder. Wilder's masterpiece, cut by the studio upon it's initial premiere. Doubtful it exists in a complete form, but I continue to hold out hope. 3. The Magnificent Ambersons (1942) Directed by Orson Welles. The Holy Grail of lost film holy grails. 4. A New Leaf (1971) Directed by Elaine May. Cut by Paramount after it's premiere. Very little is known if May's 3-hour cut still exists. 5. Greed (1925) Directed by Erich Von Stroheim. Only in my dreams, I'm afraid. I want to hear other Forum members lists - let's get a huge wish list going and hope that at least one of these can be found and preserved.