So far as I know, Breakfast at Tiffany's, 10 and Victor Victoria are the only films directed by Blake Edwards to get a Blu-ray release, leaving most of his best work to the old format. Setting aside the runaway hits in the Pink Panter franchise, some of Edwards' best work is vastly underrated. Time for the studios to reconsider their Blake Edwards holdings, and give audiences a chance to catch up on his lesser known films. We're talking state of the art cinema and some very wise storytelling from one of the cinema's finest directors. I would like to see the following on Blu-ray: The Man Who Loved Women, 1983 S.O.B., 1981 uncut and uncensored The Tamarind Seed, 1974 a special favorite of mine The Carey Treatment, 1972 Wild Rovers, 1971 Darling Lili, 1970 restored, in both versions The Party, 1968 Gunn, 1967 unreleased to home video in any format What Did You Do In the War Daddy? 1966 The Great Race, 1965 A Shot In the Dark, 1964 The Pink Panther, 1963 Days of Wine and Roses, 1963 Who would like to see more Blake Edwards on Blu-ray?