Well, looking through the list of future DVD releases on Blackstar I see that October 21st sees the release of 'E.T. - The Extra-Terrestrial (DVD) (1982)', however since the rrp is only £22.99 I can only assume that the 1982 quoted in the title is wrong and this will be the same as the R1 two disc release, containing only the 2002 revision. There is not - at this time - any other E.T. release listed. So how does this tally with Speilberg's assurance that the Original cinema release would be available to purchase on DVD? Obviously he never meant Europe. Does he literally not care at all about how his films are released overseas? See for yourselves here P.S. On the 'Xena series 3 (set 2)' DVDs released this past Monday, Universal have changed their opening logo to celebrate the 20th Anniversary of 'E.T.' - for once treating the film with the respect it deserves. What I can't understand is; if Universal consider the event worthy of changing their ident for a couple of months, why has their DVD release been a chain of mismanagement and illogical decisions?