There is currently an opportunity to tie this in with the Fox television series, Sleepy Hollow. You have Disney releasing the beloved animated classic, The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad, on Blu-ray next month. So where is this cult classic? Jeff Goldblum gives the definitive performance as Ichabod Crane; a role that is completely his own. Dick Butkus pulls off a surprising Brom Bones and is equally good.
This and Scrooge (1970) in the past have been perennial favorites on television. They are generational. The latter has seen both DVD and a lightening fast Blu-ray release (complete with inclusion of the theatrical trailer - yes, I know about the missing overture) due to threads like this. But what's missing from the shelf is this telefilm. I believe CBS/Paramount owns the rights and they have interestingly enough have already released one cult classic this year (and to be honest, I've never heard of it before) The Horror At 37,000 Feet. It is looking increasingly like The Legend of Sleepy Hollow (Ron?) won't be in the 4th Quarter.
Whether you grew up with this version of Washington Irving's story or have any interest in all things "Sleepy Hollow", please take a moment and show your support for my most-wanted Holy Grail, frustratingly still absent on DVD.