Alois Detlaff screened his print (the only known surviving copy) of the 1910 Frankenstein on 4/27 at the Landmark Loew's in New Jersey. Following the showing, he sold copies of it on DVD, and is now apparently selling them to the general public through his company, A.D. Ventures. Included on the disc is a windowboxed print of Nosferatu. Digitally Obsessed has a review and contact information here. The DVD costs $30 shipped. There's also a site, creepyclassics.com, that claims to be selling the same DVD for $25 shipped. Has anyone ordered a copy of this, or dealt with creepyclassics.com? I'm interested in getting this, but am not real eager to shell out $30 for 12.5 minutes of film.