Since WB is currently has the most major studio silent films under copyright, why not make up some ideas for DVDs of them? Here's a few I came up with... The Lon Chaney Collection - The Unknown - HE Who Gets Slapped - The Unholy Three (1925) - The Unholy Three (1930) (with alternate ending) - London After Midnight: A Recreation (using stills and script excerpts, a "recreation" of this lost film) The Buster Keaton Collection - The Cameraman (restored version) with original score - Spite Marraige w. original score - Sidewalks of New York (a talkie, though) - Parlor, Bedroom, and Bath - Speak Easily - The Passionate Plumber - What! No Beer? (Note: Many of these aren't very long, so this may simply be a 2 or 3 disc set) Ben-Hur: A Tale of the Christ (1925) - Restored full-length version w. Carl Davis score in PCM 2.0 - 1931 sound version - Excerpt from the Ben-Hur documentary...only the first half which is about the silent version(s) - Art gallery - Excerpt from "Hollywood" about the film - Commentary by Rudy Behlmer The Big Parade - Restored version w. Carl Davis score in PCM 2.0 - Commentary by Rudy Behlmer Greed - 4-hour reconstruction with Robert Israel score - 130 min. Kevin Brownlow restoration with Carl Davis score - Photo Gallery of lost scenes Any ideas?