Well, it's been almost 20 years since I last saw "King Kong", but I really do remember -- even at just the age of 4 -- seeing Kong batting at the planes as he clung to the side of a skyscraper. Needless to say, the upcoming DVD with the restoration and a ton of bonuses is going to be a hell of a lot of fun for me to watch. I've been doing some reading and saw that "The Most Dangerous Game" was made basically during a lull in the production of "KK"... so it employs the same cast, crew and sets. I also see that Criterion has put this out as one of their lowest-priced releases. Can anyone recommend this on the basis of the following: --Entertainment Value --Historical/Pop Cultural Value (mainly due to its having a lot in common with its legendary sister film) --The audio commentary by Bruce Eder (which appears to be the only special feature) Thanks!