Not strictly TV on DVD, but like Looney Tunes and such, they're largely associated with the many tv specials so I'm posting this question here. Are there some sort of rights issues holding these up? Did the rights perhaps stay with Paramount instead of following the tv specials to Warner? It seems like the parties involved are just giving up money by not getting these out for the fans along with uncropped versions of the first two films. It's great that Peanuts content continues to make its way out even though most of it is recycled at this point rather than being new to DVD (See TVShowsOnDVD's latest news announcement for example). But it seems a crying shame that there are two solid classics just sitting in the vaults that frankly are far superior to the vast majority.of the made for tv specials since 1980. I hope they see DVD or even Blu-Ray release eventually.