On the advice from a member of this forum, I went to UCLA to view East Lynne and The White Parade. The White Parade is indeed an extremely rare film in that the only surviving print resides at the UCLA archive. I watched this film, and, to say the least, it is in very bad shape (this is why it has never been released on home video.) The print is fuzy and almost bleached out, yet still watchable. Near the end of the film, it inexplicably cuts to an image saying "disc 7." Fast forward a little and we continue the film to the end. Several frames are cut and spliced together, and some frames "jump," where we see two different frames on screen at once. I don't think UCLA has restored it, but it is watchable. And as for East Lynne, the print was recently restored, but on three frames, inexplicably, there is an "X" drawn across the frame. One frame has a "Crosshairs" drawn on it, while several others have ink lines. There is technology that looks at a frame before and after to "clean" the middle frame. So, I think they should use this on East Lynne to fix these ink lines. (who would do that to a film??? So, I don't think these two will be available any time soon! (some one just told me that East Lynne is available on DVD, minus 12 min (the last reel.) I don't know about this. Fox could have included East Lynne in their set of films, hell they put Cavalcade inexplicably in their (to sell more sets?) maybe they will put out a set of old "Fox" films: State Fair, Cavalcade and East Lynne ?