I love it when older, long-cherished scores can be reissued with silent films, but it's simply not always possible. Newer restorations often have more footage, alternate takes and/or are simply transferred at completely different (and usually more correct) speeds to earlier versions. Then there are the dreaded rights issues... These three films were issued on Gaylord Carter-scored VHS tapes by Paramount in 1993. Runtimes for Underworld and The Last Command are close to their newer transfers but The Docks of New York VHS is 76 minutes, while the restored version is 72 minutes. Even with a skilled engineer and the latest digital editing tools, that would never fit satisfactorily. Better to enjoy them via the original tapes or copies thereof. As for why at least the first two scores haven't been included, I've no idea but I'm sure Criterion are assiduous enough to have tried to get them. You could try contacting Paramount, but don't hold your breath waiting for an informed response. By commissioning two very different but highly appropriate scores for each film by some of the best musicians in the business, Criterion have already given us an incredible gift. I'm really looking forward to this new set. PS: Criterion's long-deleted DVD set is currently fetching hundreds of dollars, but that'll drop when the BDs arrive. If you plan to upgrade, now's the time to sell!