Now that the Technicolor "Mamba" (1930), "Hat Check Girl" (1932), "The Lottery Bride" (1930 with full Technicolor ending) and the Technicolor version of "Mysterious Island" (1929) have been found and restored, it would be nice if the general public were able to watch these films., especially as they are all in the public domain. It seems like we are never going to be able to purchase these wonderful lost and found film versions, even though I have kept a keen lookout for them. Seems pointless to me that they have gone to all the trouble to save these movies, only to be put in some vault somewhere, never seeing the light of day. I know there are many of you out there that feel the same and would love to buy these classic rarities. Any thoughts on the matter from anyone ?