I'd be interested in your lists of movies that you have bought more than once on DVD, and particularly, why. I don't have that many, but here they are: Singin' in the Rain Obviously, the special edition could not be passed up. Charade I originally bought the Criterion, but then this year an anamorphic version was found on the backside of The Truth About Charlie, so I bought it. Needless to say, this second version wasn't necessary. Little Shop of Horrors This was my first DVD. When a newer version came out, I gave the older one to my sister (with 3 kids). Later, I came to realize my error, since the older one is valuable and includes that alternate ending. I got it back from my sister, so I have two. Orphans of the Storm, Intolerance, Birth of a Nation, The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari I have bought different versions of these movies, for different features, and different qualities of transfer. West Side Story The newest edition does have great features and great packaging. But there is one scene (the Balcony scene where they sing "Tonight") which is so seriously out-of-sync audio that the movie is almost ruined by it. I'm glad I kept the original release DVD. Modern Times, The Goldrush, The Great Dictator This week, I added these new versions to my original DVDs. I am looking forward to the rest of the Chaplin, plus the special edition of Casablanca. There are many movies I would like to see redone, in new transfers, with better features... Gigi The Searchers Chitty-Chitty Bang-Bang Mary Poppins (where is this one?!) Grease etc.