I heard quite awhile ago that Disney had completed dubbing and cleaning up Hayao Miyazaki's excellent film, Laputa: Castle in the Sky. But, for reasons unknown, are unwilling to release it into the theaters, or even better, straight to DVD. Disney, why are you do this to Miyazaki fans like myself? We strongly desire his masterpieces on DVD, in remastered versions with excellent DD 5.1 or better soundtracks and the original Japanese dialog tracks as well. If there are supplemental materials available, definitely add them too. "Princess Mononoke" was a superb DVD and the widescreen subtitled edition of "Kiki's Delivery Service" on video is great, but it needs to be released on DVD a.s.a.p. Please Disney, be kind to the Miyazaki fans out here and stop holding out on releasing "Laputa". We are anxious to see all his works in the DVD format instead of low-grade VHS tapes. Thanks.