According to Barrie Maxwell on digitalbits.com, Anchor Bay is releasing some more classic British cinema next year, including a set of Ealing comedies not previously available here in the US, even on VHS. These include Passport to Pimlico, Tight Little Island (aka Whisky Galore), and A Run For Your Money starring Alec Guinness who of course can do no wrong. I'll get to cross a few more long-standing wants off next summer I guess. Speaking of AG: I wish Warner would release Little Dorrit, even if it may be a "ridiculous" request. And is there any word on the MGM David Lean set that was postponed?