I was just doing a little research on this and everyone, myself included, has assumed all along that Paramount, which has gobbled up so many other companies, owns all of these shows outright. That may not be the case. For instance, Combat, which is coming out soon, was licensed by Image from ABC. Dick Van Dyke DVDs came from Calvada Productions, not Paramount. So, I'm just wondering, maybe there is a reason we haven't seen any of the former Republic or Worldvision shows. Perhaps they are not owned by Paramount, other than for syndication. That would explain: The Fugitive, The Invaders, Streets of San Francisco, One Step Beyond (legitimate), Ben Casey, Doris Day Show, People's Choice, Wendy and Me, Bonanza, Get Smart, etc. Just because a show is distibuted by a company does not necessarily mean they own it outright. The Cosby Show was syndicated by Viacom but that may not mean they bought it. Anyway, maybe someone on this board knows about this or they could inquire.