Isn't it interesting how sounds can trigger a memory? I happened, recently, to rent "The Long Gray Line," a movie about West Point and an instructor there. In the beginning there was a short segment featuring a snippet from "The West Point March". That triggered a faint memory of the television series, "West Point Story," which was on only a season or two (I think) in the late 50's. The theme song of the show was the same excerpt of "The West Point March" as that used in "The Long Gray Line". I didn't even know I remembered the television show. I don't think I thought of it since I last saw it on television (1957 or 1958). And, I don't really remember a whole lot about the show, as I was a young child. I think it featured either true stories, or stories inspired by true events. I don't think the show had a regular cast. It was more of an anthology with guest stars. I think. Briefly searching around the web, I see that it had some talented actors and writers (Steve McQueen and Gene Rodenberry, for instance). Many became more well known in the 60's (Leonard Nimoy, for example). I can't ever remember anyone ever posting anything on this show, and I found nothing on a search. I presume it is so unknown or unremembered that it will probably never be issued on DVD. Nevertheless, I'd buy it immediately, were it to be available. Does anyone else remember this show? Who might hold the rights? Anybody interested in getting it on DVD? Regards, DG P.S. I only have a relatively complete memory of only one episode. It involved a cadet who disagreed with his professor about an engineering analysis of pressure in the West Point water main, and engaged a group of fellow cadets to help him test his theory. He did an experiment with a coordinated group effort to open and then suddenly close all the water faucets, which caused the water main to rupture. Does anyone remember this episode? (Grasping at straws, here) Any details of that episode? (Who? When? etc.) Thank you.