Yes, you can occasionally find one copy of a classic at Barnes and Noble - better do that quickly, though, because Barnes and Noble is not long for this world. So, they have their one copy of Ben-Hur. They've had it for a while if you're still finding it, and when they have no use for it they'll return it to Warners for a full credit. And last I looked I didn't see one Kino Lorber or Olive title at a Barnes and Noble. And Anastasia is not Ben-Hur or Touch of Evil for that matter although I suspect sales of the latter were merely okay.Ben Hur, Touch of Evil and countless other classics are available at any Barnes and Noble, etc if you walk into their stores. You know exactly what I'm talking about.