These films were part of Universal's "youth division" movies which existed briefly, in the wake of Easy Rider's success. While Universal licensed other films from this group (Two-Lane Blacktop, Minnie and Moskowitz) to Anchor Bay, Milos Forman's first American film Taking Off, as well as Frank Perry's Diary of a Mad Housewife and Dennis Hopper's The Last Movie remain M.I.A. on DVD. Universal have themselves released Peter Fonda's The Hired Hand and Douglas Trumbull's Silent Running. Taking Off has never appeared on home video and Diary... was released by Universal on tape once in the early eighties. The Last Movie was released on VHS by a third party (public domain?) company. Does Universal still control this title? Do they still control the other titles in question?