As another huge fan of Film Noir, I am trying to obtain most of the available titles. Last week, Jay started a thread with a list of many of the titles not yet released on DVD. Great list, thanks Jay. I have most of the titles that are thought to be more common in the genre. The following is a list of some of the "lesser known" titles that have been released on DVD albeit, including some of which are titles in the public domain and therefore of sub-par quality. They are: BAD AND THE BEAUTIFUL, THE (1952) - Warner Brothers BIG KNIFE, THE (1955) - MGM HITCH HIKER, THE (1953) - Kino/Roan IMPACT (1949) - Image KILLER’S KISS (1955) - MGM KILLING, THE (1956) - MGM LONG NIGHT, THE (1947) - Kino NIGHT OF THE HUNTER, THE (1955) - MGM RAILROADED (1947) - Kino SCARLET STREET (1945) - Gotham/Alpha SLIGHTLY SCARLET (1956) - VCI/Video STRANGE LOVE OF MARTHA IVERS, THE (1946) - Image SWEET SMELL OF SUCCESS, THE (1957) - MGM T-MEN (1947) - VCI/Video THIEF, THE (1952) - Image While, I would expect the titles released by WB, MGM and Image to be superior I am curious if anyone here has any experience with these titles specifically as to quality etc. I am not expecting demo quality discs, just looking to see if there are any that should be avoided "like the plague" due to quality issues.... Any input would be appreciated. Thanks. Herb.