I just noticed that this upcoming week's release of On the Waterfront will have a commentary featuring Elia Kazan and critic Richard Schickel. I did a double take when I saw Kazan's name. I'm very interested in hearing this. This coupled with the recent patchwork commentary by Walt Disney on Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs leads me to start this poll. We were lucky enough to have Jack Lemmon record a commentary for Mister Roberts while he was still with us, Robert Wise (now in his late 80s) has recorded a few commentaries. We're very lucky to have these. List FIVE commentaries that you wish you could have heard were the individual still with us. Mine: Orson Welles on Citizen Kane (it almost happened actually) Stanley Kubrick on 2001: A Space Odyssey (this could have happened, but didn't, and now never can) Alfred Hitchcock on Psycho (or anything really. I can imageine it now, "Good Eeeev'ning...") D.W. Griffith on Birth of a Nation Frank Capra on It's a Wonderful Life (I'd say Jimmy Stewart as well, but he'd only have gotten a few words in and the movie would be over. ) And yours?