I haven't seen any mention of a pre-Code (or "Forbidden Hollywood") box from Warners--but I'm holding out hope that George F. is aware of the exposure these films have gotten over the past few years. There have been some great books recently ("Sin in Soft Focus," "Complicated Women," "Dangerous Men", etc). Also, the pre-Code film festivals at revival houses literally get lines around the block, especially here in NYC (a restored BABY FACE coming to Film Forum in February!). There is also lots of message board activity when TCM shows these films. I think they have an even bigger cult following now than they did back when the films were released on LD and VHS. Even the most casual of movie fans is now aware of what the pre-Code films are. Just to recap, here were the LD "Forbidden Hollywood" releases: BABY FACE/NIGHT NURSE BLONDE CRAZY/LADY KILLER OUR DANCING DAUGHTERS/OUR MODERN MAIDENS FORBIDDEN HOLLYWOOD COLLECTION VOL 1 (skyscraper souls, blessed event, female, 3 on a match, employees entrance, ladies they talk about) FORBIDDEN HOLLYWOOD COLLECTION VOL 2 (i've got your number, illicit, havana widows, big business girl, strange love of molly louvain, beauty and the boss, they call it sin)....this set goes for about $600 now on ebay. JEAN HARLOW COLLECTION (contained: red headed woman) The VHS "FH" films that never made it to LD: MADAM SATAN, PURCHASE PRICE, HEROES FOR SALE. Even the VHS tapes can snag as much as $90 in auctions. These films have good-sized cult followings, and they're fairly short--so you could jam quite a few onto 2 double-sided discs. Would love to see Warners take a chance and put these films on DVD (though for now we're getting LITTLE CAESAR and PUBLIC ENEMY, and rumored to soon get the racier Berkeley films--GOLD DIGGERS OF 1933, WONDER BAR, FOOTLIGHT PARADE. Perhaps if sales are promising on all of the above, it will bode well for them working on some of the other pre-Codes). That's my wish for 2005.