I recently got to see The Sin of Harold Diddlebock (a public domain VHS) and I was amazed by how FUNNY it is! Harold Lloyd reprises his role from the silent, The Freshman (remade without credit for the original as The Waterboy) as Harold Diddlebock. It's basically a laugh-filled vehicle for Lloyd's superb physical comedy and Preston Sturges' verbal comedy. Lloyd handles Sturges' typical witty and funny script perfectly... Since it seems to be in the public domain, it would be prime material for a DVD. Even the VHS I saw (from the late 1980's) came from a great looking print... I'm not sure if this is Criterion material, but it really would go well alongside DVDs such as Sullivan's Travels and The Lady Eve. Any other fans out there?