With all the star-related box sets Warners has been putting out, I'm shocked that they have yet to handle the biggest male star of the Golden Age: the King himself, Clark Gable! This was a man who was the top male star at the box office during the 30s and 40s, and had his pick of leading ladies on and off-screen as well. Sure, there were other leading men at MGM during those years like Spencer Tracy and Robert Taylor, but they seemed to pale in comparison to Gable's sheer onscreen power. After all, when David O. Selznick bought the screen rights to Gone With the Wind, there was one unanimous choice in the hearts of the readers of the book and movie fans for the role of Rhett Butler- Clark Gable. There are many films ranging over 20 years to choose from, but these are ones I think should be in the collection: San Francisco Boom Town The Hucksters Possessed Red Dust and Mogambo in a 2-disc set Honky Tonk Susan Lenox- her fall and rise and Warners may want to add the previously released Mutiny On The Bounty. I realize that I may be jumping the gun a bit (such a collection may already be in the works), but i thought it's a subject that needs to be discussed.