Loved this series as a kid growing up in the 80's early 90's watching it Sunday mornings on local TV. I recently was given the 10 disc set as a gift and ever since have been looking around to find more info on the rest. My search led me here... a lot of good info guys.. Thanks! I wanted to add to the conversation with some more questions about other sources. First I'm sure everyone here has seen the two collections available that are of the entire 28 film series .. I've included a picture of the two covers in my first attached photo. I discovered both originally on eBay but later found the collection on the left listed at Amazon. Neither one has any real info on it as far as distribution I haven't seen the collection on the right anywhere other than eBay and the details were very sparse. The collection on the left actually had several reviews on Amazon tho most agreed the collection was pretty rough.. saying that the previous collection of 10 movies was far better. Not just in video quality but also that there is a latency issue causing playback to be very erratic and bothersome. To me these both seem like knockoffs. Made by some independent seller that has no connection to any of the distributors and falsely believes them public domain and free to sell. Does any one here have either set and if so any opinions? The other source I've found and am curious about also is found on Amazon. These are a series of streaming downloads as well as DVD-R's of at least 4 of the early Blondie movies. My second photo is the generic image Amazon uses for all of the downloads and DVD-R's from this distributor .. the only difference being that the title is changed based on the films title but the image of Dagwood and Blondie and the rest of the text stays the same. Here is a link to the DVD of the original Blondie film from them BLONDIE DVD And here is one to the streaming download version of BLONDIE TAKES A VACATION The picture shows the distributor as "Starry Night Video" but the actual Amazon listings don't have much detail beyond that with the exception of the statement that the product is produced on DVD-R by demand .... that they use for releases from WB and FOX archive collections as well as TCM's Vault collections. This is interesting to me because Amazon usually polices copyrighted work pretty efficintly. So for this company to not only have DVD-R's allowed for sale as an actual Amazon affiliated item (They let you ship the DVDs for free with both prime and the $35.00 usual option) But to also be allowed on their streaming service makes them seem more legitimate. You can see where people have gotten both discs and downloads and reviewed them but no real details on things like film quality or whether they have the original intros and outros included and all of that cool stuff I'd love to see. Anyone here have more info on these .. or Starry Night Video in general? I tried googling "Starry Night Video" but literally every hit I got was a link to youtube videos where someone either recorded the painting by that name or posted Don McLean's song "Vincent" which of course contains that line about the famous artist's painting of it.