I was exposed to this show on the CBN cable channel when I was an impressionable teen in the '80s. No, I didn't grow up to be a skirt-chasing Hollywood photographer. Unfortunately. That aside, I just picked up a 16-episode set on a double-disc DVD from Platinum, packaged with a DVD of 16 episodes of Life With Elizabeth, a show from 1953 starring a 31-year-old Betty White, that I had never heard of. The quality on the episodes runs from barely watchable to pretty decent. At least the original title theme music is intact, unlike on the abysmal TV Guide DVD versions. At any rate, not having seen the Bob show since I was a kid, I find it still holds up pretty well. Bob Cummings, veteran of many films including a couple of Hitchcocks, is just right as Bob Collins, ace Hollywood photographer who's always trying to land the sexy models that visit his studio. The supporting cast is great: a pre-Dobie Dwayne Hickman as Bob's nephew, an extremely pre-Brady-Bunch Ann B. Davis (actually looking kinda cute--she was only 29 when she started out on the show) as his lovelorn secretary Schultzy, Rosemary DeCamp as his widowed sister Margaret, and the hilarious Nancy Kulp as beanpole birdwatcher Pamela, who's forever trying to put the moves on our hapless hero. Are there any other fans of this show here? Does anyone know who owns the rights to this? Is there any hope for a legit DVD release?