I'm moving this to a new thread since it really doesn't fall under "Lost Horizon" The Digital Bits is reporting "AT LONG LAST LOVE" may be coming to DVD/Blu-ray very soon. Fox recently screened a new cut which was based on the orginal full length version. A shorter version was released to theaters after a good test screening, but a studio editor who liked the dailies didn't like the released cut and kept the original longer version (that version played on some cable stations recently). Director Peter Bogdanovich took that version and made a few minor changes. It's suppose to be pretty good, I guess we will have to wait and see Here's a link http://www.hitfix.com/blogs/motion-captured/posts/peter-bogdanovich-screens-new-cut-of-at-long-last-love-and-tells-story-behind-it "Song of Norway" would require little work - it didn't play very long and the neg is not worn out. But it should be transfered from the 70MM elements - which is a bit costly - but all 70MM films should be released to blu-ray - they should all look stunning on Blu. "Where's Charley" is under consideration by WB. The Frank Losser estate finally gave an okay to the rights but now WB needs to find a suitable element to work from (Which means money and the cost might be greater than the sales) "Porgy and Bess" is a costly restoration project and no one wants to foot the bill right now (Though the Broadway production may fuel interest) The Gershwin estate is releasing the rights so now it's just the cost to repair - why didn't they just let it come out years ago?