To celebrate 50 years as a TV series producer, Warner Bros. is apparently going back in its vaults to release classic favorites like Maverick, Full House, The Adventures of Superman, Chico And The Man, but there are classic shows missing. For openers, what about The FBI? It was Warners' first big color production and ran for 9 years on ABC. Not only did you get to see rare TV appearances by screen legends like Gene Tierney, but you got to see early appearances by up-and-coming stars like Harrison Ford, Billy Dee Williams, Ed Asner, Cicely Tyson, Brenda Vaccaro and more as they crossed paths with Efrem Zimbalist, Jr.'s Inspector Lewis Erskine. I think this title would do great on DVD- Law & Order- Criminal Intent is merely an updated version of this show! And let's not forget comedies like Welcome Back, Kotter (the fact that John Travolta is in it alone should make it a top priority for DVD release!), F-Troop, and Growing Pains! On the drama side, aside from Maverick, no mention has been made of those early Warners shows that kept the ABC TV network on the air from 1955-64, like 77 Sunset Strip, Cheyenne, Sugarfoot, Bronco, Hawaiian Eye, Surfside 6, and Bourbon Street Beat. If Warner Bros. really wants to celebrate, they should dig a little deeper and release these shows for starters!