Yep! It's the 2,399th HTF "Why The Hell Isn't This/That On DVD Yet!!??" thread. Sorry, but Congress demanded another. I'm sure fans of great 1950s dramas would concur that it'd be nice to see new SE DVDs on the shelf of 1959's Anatomy Of A Murder, as well as 1954's The Caine Mutiny. Upcoming SE Bulletins Welcome here. Why the current close-to-being-bare release of Anatomy is in Full-Frame only is rather frustrating, don't you agree? Was Anatomy shot at 2.35? Or was it done @ 1.85 or 1.66? I'd be interested in knowing. (Certainly can't tell from the 1.33 DVD! ) Some of the 1950s/1960s DVD gaps are being filled in with the recent additions of To Catch A Thief, Roman Holiday, The Day The Earth Stood Still and Journey To The Center Of The Earth. But there is still a boatload of titles that cry out for Digital justice! Such as ...... No Highway In The Sky (1951) The Greatest Show On Earth (1952) Executive Suite (1954) Dial M For Murder (1954) The Bad Seed (1956) The Wrong Man (1956) Around The World In 80 Days (1956) Julie (1956) The Spirit Of St. Louis (1957) Compulsion (1959) Midnight Lace (1960) Advise & Consent (1962) I Could Go On Singing (1963)(Judy Garland's last film) A Child Is Waiting (1963) Just gander at all these excellent motion-picture experiences that are lacking a DVD treatment!! Don't you want all of these?! Of course you do. Any more??