With the pending success of "Chicago" and a sudden upsurge in the upcoming releases of Musical Titles on DVD, it would be a nice gesture if MGM could revisit 2 highly successful Movie Versions of former Broadway Hits. "Guys and Dolls" and "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying" were both given poor, barebones, non Anamorphic treatment by MGM in the infancy of DVD.(let's not forget 'Chitty Chitty Bang Bang" as well) Like many others, I refuse to buy Non Anamorphic versions of Widescreen Films, so I have had to endure not having DVD versions of these titles in my collection. MGM are revisiting "West Side Story" and giving it SE Status, so surely it is not too much to ask that they re-visit the previously mentioned titles and give them at the very least a decent remastered Anamorphic transfer. I believe that the Original Stereo tracks for "How to Succeed" maybe lost, but it would be great if a search for them could be carried out. Is it possible that a Stereo print exists somewhere? Other MGM-UA Musical titles that so far have been neglected and are missing on DVD are, "Man of La Mancha" "The Wonderful World of the Brothers Grimm"(MGM or Warners?) "The Night they Raided Minsky's" "Goodbye Mister Chips"(MGM or now Warners?) "Alice's Restaurant" "Song of Norway" "The Great Waltz" (1972 version) "Tom Sawyer" "Huckleberry Finn" and 2 titles that were announced, but never made it to Laserdisc, the highly collectable, if cheaply filmed version of Phil Silver's Broadway hit, "TOP BANANA" and the colorful and lavish Jane Russell Cinemascope Musical "GENTLEMEN MARRY BRUNETTES" Who now owns these RKO Titles,???( I very much doubt it would be Warners, as I'm not sure that they ever belonged to Turner) "Two Tickets to Broadway" "Bundle of Joy" "The Girl Most Likely" "The French Line" I'd sure like to have those titles on DVD.