James Cagney is poorly represented on DVD. We have a 2-Disc SE of Yankee Doodle Dandy (WHY Warner chose this over White Heat, Angels With Dirty Faces, or Public Enemy for 2-Disc treatment is BEYOND ME) a sub-par DVD of Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye, a Fox DVD of 13 Rue Madeline, a bare bones DVD of One, Two, Three and several crappy PD releases. Hopefully, at the upcoming Warner chat, they confirm that the Cagney films are in the works. Angels With Dirty Faces, White Heat, The Public Enemy, The Roaring Twenties, The Oklahoma Kid, and G-Men...among others. Should I give up hope and buy the VHS releases of these films so I can convert them to DVD? Or is there hope? Speaking of which, many of the great Eddie G. Robinson films are missing on DVD as well. Little Caesar, The Woman in the Window, etc. Anyone know ANYTHING? Thanks. Lyle H.