As a kid I remembered watching Playboy After Dark on a local syndicated station. It was pretty sophisticated compared to most talk shows of the period, and was a great hour-long ad for Hef's philosophy and lifestyle. Of course it didn't hurt that it also had big-name guest stars from movies, TV and the record industry. Years later (circa 1990) the Playboy Channel (now Playboy TV) began showing all the episodes of this show and its early sixties predecessor, Playboy's Penthouse. It's nice to see that Hef kept the tapes archived, and with all the talent involved (ranging from Lenny Bruce and Nat "King" Cole to Ike & Tina Turner, the Byrds and even Clara Ward's gospel troupe!) and its rather adult subject matter in the show's more serious moments (many top issues of the day were discussed openly). Both series are bookend to the Sixties- with Penthouse representing the Rat-Pack/Camelot era, and After Dark , in living color, represents the miniskirted, tie-dye hippie era. They each deserve a DVD release, and I'm hoping that there may be plans ahead. So- does anyone know of any possible plans to release both shows on DVD?