I've been a massive fan of Steve Martin since I was about 8 and I just realized that I don't have ONE of his movies on DVD. (I have Little Shop of Horrors, but that's not a "Steve" movie despite his brilliant performance.) So I did a little digging and realized that most of this artist's work has gotten the short end of the digital stick. The Jerk - DVD released April, 1998. Fullscreen! Features: production notes and the trailer. Come on now! Isn't Universal supposed to be the king of SEs??? Surely this movie is popular enough to warrant a REAL DVD release! "One dollar and NINE CENTS!!! Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid - DVD released March 1999. OK, this one's is at least done in Widescreen...but not anamorphic. Again, just some production note and a trailer. This comedy is beloved by fans of the classic murder mysteries, and I want a Carl Reiner/Steve Martin commentary here explaining how tough it was to stage the re-enactments. Underrated comedy here. The Man with Two Brains - DVD released March 1999. No features. Nothing. Fullscreen. This is an affront to Steve Martin fans. This one deserves a better fate than this! The Lonely Guy - DVD released December 1998. Widescreen. Non-anamorphic. Prod. notes and trailers. This is a fantastic little movie, and I'd kill for a commentary between Steve and co-star Charles Grodin. All of Me - DVD released February 1999. YUCK! This brilliant comedy is delivered in a nasty fullscreen transfer, and the extras are predictably negligible. I consider this one a truly unheralded classic of modern comedy with some of the best physical comedy I've ever seen. Three Amigos Roxanne Dirty Rotten Scoundrels (I see something on the horizon...) Parenthood L.A. Story Sgt. Bilko Leap of Faith (MIA) A Simple Twist of Fate (MIA) My Blue Heaven, etc. Aside from the very nice-looking (yet again, bare bones) DVD of Planes, Trains and Automobiles and the very nice job Universal did on Bowfinger, Steve has gotten the digital shaft! Any other mildly disgruntled Steve Martin fans agree with any of this silliness? I know - I should just be happy that these titles are available on DVD at all, but I figure someone as creative as Steve could contribute some fun stuff to his DVDs. ------------------ EDITED after 18 months to change some stunningly dumb mistakes on my part. Thanks, David!