The first Quarter of 2003 will see a flood of classic musical films on DVD. Universal will release "Sweet Charity" "Thoroughly Modern Millie" and "Zoot Suit" on March 4th. Also a DVD of "The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas" which will have out takes! (approx. 30 minutes of footage was cut from the film before it's theatrical release) In April Warner will release: "Kiss Me Kate" "High Society" "Silk Stockings" "Gay Paree" "The Broadway Melody of 1940" & "Les Girls" plus later in the year "Finian's Rainbow" & "Fame" Anchor Bay was to release "Song of Norway" in the 1st half of 2003. Don't know if it's still on the way. Columbia is releasing Bing Crobsy in "Pennies From Heaven" Fox on the other hand has been waiting for the right time to release "All The Jazz" "Hello, Dolly!" and "The Rose" - I really don't know what they're waiting for, the market now seems to be flooded after less then a dozen musical DVD releases over the last two years. Could the release of the film "Chicago" be triggering the sudden output?