Recently I had a chance to revisit the secondary commentary track for WB's "My Fair Lady" DVD. In it, a fellow poster, Robert Harris, mentions that at the time of the DVD's release there was a "film coming out very soon, a classic film, that's been re-edited against the director's wishes" or something to that effect. Harris and co. didn't name the movie, but he did clue in that its director is no longer alive. Could he have been referring to Orson Welles' "Touch Of Evil"? It probably could be, since it was a classic film that was re-released shortly after the "MFL" DVD came out. Can anyone shed some light on the subject, especially Mr. Harris?