I didn't want to say anything until the titles showed up on either Kino's website or at e-tailers, and they finally have (the latter, not yet the former): Applause (1929): http://www.dvdplanet.com/product_lis...780&format=DVD Love Me Tonight (1932): http://www.dvdplanet.com/product_lis...781&format=DVD Those links are to DVDPlanet, but don't yet contain any real information beyond title, studio, language, and release date. I'm just providing them as a reference; I've never used that e-tailer. For further reference, here are the films' IMDB pages: Applause (1929): http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0019644/ Love Me Tonight (1932): http://us.imdb.com/title/tt0023158/ Kino announced both of these in their e-mail newsletter of a week or two ago. "Patience," they cautioned, preorders would be accepted shortly. Well, again, the films are not yet up on the Kino website (as of this writing), but they've hit two of the four e-tailers I've checked (DVDPlanet and DeepDiscountDVD). I'm sure the others will fall into line shortly. No word was given about supplements; I'm sure more info will be forthcoming, particularly once the titles appear on Kino's website, but I'll close here with a quote from that e-mail: "Rouben Mamoulian Classic Universal (Paramount) Musicals." Now that says it all. P.S. November 25th also marks the release of the Photoplay restoration of It (1927), which will be brought to DVD by Milestone (published by Image).