I recently recorded a broadcast of Charley Varrick off of TCM with my new DVD recorder. Lo and behold, Universal provided a letterboxed print of the film. I know this has been discussed here, but why would Universal go the full nine yards for a cable showing, but drop the ball for the DVD release? Is the TCM audience regarded as more discerning than the DVD audience for Charley Varrick, a film I guess they believe black bar-hating Joe Six-Pack is banging down the door for? I have not yet watched the film so I've not really got a good look at it quality-wise or whether it is unedited. I believe TCM runs films without edits for content, however I can't remember watching too many post-'65 films on the channel. Does TCM retain nudity/language/violence in its broadcast of more recent films?