Excuse me if this has been discussed elsewhere. Today, I re-visited Columbia's THE BELLE OF BROADWAY, a 1926 silent starring Betty Compson, an enjoyable dramedy with a very appropriate music score by Christopher Caliendo. Question: Have any additional Columbia silent films been given a MOD treatment? BTW: TCM's soundtrack composer contest for silent film scores revealed quite a number of gifted, young people with an affinity towards scoring silent films; Mr. Caliendo being one of them. Would be nice to see the distributors of restored silents begin to consider appropriating this wealth of talent for the soundtracks of their future releases.