http://www.davisdvd.com/archives/news/1104.html DavisDVD reports that it's coming... But it'll be the 1995 "raped" version of the film. It's basically the animated "Magnificent Ambersons" Richard Williams labored for decades on the film (production started in 1966!) but it was taken out of his hands in the 1990's. Only 15% of the movie needed to be finished... yet, the Completion Bond Company had scenes re-animated, shots added, and musical sequences added. If that wasn't enough, a new audio track featuring MUTE characters talking was added by the time Miramax got the film. Unless the DVD is in pan & scan (it's a 2.35:1 CinemaScope film), we should support the DVD as much as possible. If Miramax sees that the cut version fares well, maybe there is a chance they can be convinced to restore the film. I'm hoping that since the price is so high, perhaps Miramax would be good enough to get a hold of the uncut "work print" that Richard Williams had for years. That, combined with the '95 cut, would give a great picture of the masterpiece that wasn't.