The Marlon Brando at UNIVERSAL collection is, of course, INCOMPLETE without the 1964 comedy BEDTIME STORY, which has never had a proper studio release on DVD, period. ( It was remade as DIRTY ROTTEN SCOUNDRELS). Another unreleased UNIVERSAL picture ''ISTANBUL''(1957), is, I believe, the ONLY Errol Flynn title that has NOT been made available on DVD , to date. Since FLYNN made only two at UNIVERSAL, (the other AGAINST ALL FLAGS (1952) -- released long ago, go figure: why not issue them both as a double feature?. Plus facto it's in TECHNICOLOR and SCOPE--FLYNN only made 5 in wide-screen, plus, ISTANBUL was FLYNN'S real ''COMEBACK " film to HOLLYWOOD-(not THE SUN ALSO RISES--which was made later). And as for a logical reason for a go at release or a no-go for a release by UNIVERSAL --I don't believe there IS one, excepting perhaps maybe a film-rights problem or something else ; or maybe the folks selecting titles for home video release just don't know their stuff! Oh well, our world will keep on turning regardless; even if they CAN'T provide answers to such irate questions asked like the ones I have asked here. But isn't it all DAMNED IRRATATING anyway??!!!