I watched UNNATURAL CAUSES last night and am reminded what a fine dramatic actor John Ritter was, as well as skilled comedian. His work in DREAMER OF OZ was also excellent. I am hoping someone will see fit to get these out now. But, in addition to the two titles mentioned above, look what else remains unreleased on DVD from the days when Network television actually addressed timely issues and made outstanding movies in-house: BITTER HARVEST (Government poisons Ron Howard's cattle) DUEL ('Nuff said) SOMETHING EVIL (also Spielberg) NIGHT GALLERY (one episode Spielberg) GO ASK ALICE (Fine teenage drug-abuse film) PROMISE (Hallmark, with James Garner and James Wood) GOD BLESS THE CHILD (Mare Winningham, poverty-stricken mom) CRISIS AT CENTRAL HIGH (Joanne Woodward as a model teacher) THAT CERTAIN SUMMER (First TV film about homosexuality) FEAR ON TRIAL (The Joe McCarthy blacklist trials) SURVIVING (Ellen Burstyn, River Phoenix, Heather O'Rourke in powerful movie about teen suicide) SOMETHING ABOUT AMELIA and FALLEN ANGEL (Both thoughtful and insightful films about child abuse) TAIL-GUNNER JOE (Peter Boyle as Senator Joe McCarthy) ANGEL CITY (Jennifer Jason Leigh, etc. as migrant workers caught in a trap of depression and fear) SYBIL (We'd love the three-hour version, please!) BURNING BED (Dynamite Farah Fawcett Majors role) FRIENDLY FIRE (Carol Burnett as mother whose son is killed by our own side during Vietnam war) COLD NIGHT'S DEATH (Robert Culp battles killer apes!) ELVIS (Superb Kurt Russell role) THORN BIRDS Miniseries DARK SECRET OF HARVEST HOME (Watered down Thomas Tryon, but not bad otherwise) SPECIAL BULLET (Nuclear terrorism at its scariest) FIGHT FOR LIFE (Jerry Lewis - fine, restrained perofrmance) RAID ON ENTEBBE (Israeli kidnapping in Uganda) EXECUTIONER'S SONG (Tommy Lee Jones as Gary Gilmore) FIGHT FOR JENNY (Custody battle) INTO THIN AIR (Ellen Burstyn's son vanishes without trace) HELTER SKELTER (Steve Railsback as Charles Manson) BABY GIRL SCOTT (John Lithgow's early, terrific role) PACK OF LIES (Neighbors turned into spies) RUMOR OF WAR (Vietnam again, well done) HEARTSOUNDS (James Garner and Carol Burnett) IN THE BEST INTERESTS OF THE CHILDREN (A foster family grows too attached to & loses three displaced children) GUYANA TRAGEDY: STORY OF JIM JONES (Powers Boothe) And those are just the network movies I can think of... Again, I wish Leonard Maltin or someone would release a book listing every t.v. movie ever made with credits and photos. And then there are the CABLE movies that need to be released... FLIGHT OF BLACK ANGEL COUNTDOWN TO LOOKING GLASS THE DAY AFTER TREASURE ISLAND (Charlton Heston) INDICTMENT: THE McMARTIN TRIAL BY THE DAWN'S EARLY LIGHT THE BURNING SEASON (Raul Julia as Chico Mendez) Oh...just too many. And each of the above titles is so-o-o much better than 90% of the dreck Hollywood produces that it's a crime more attention isn't paid to them.