OK, some might argue this belongs in the TV on DVD section, but I feel it belongs in the Film section. Last night I watched the latest installment of Turner Classic Movies' Private Screenings series, in which host Robert Osborne interviewed Golden Age child stars Dickie Moore, Jane Withers, Margaret O'Brien, and Darryl Hickman. It was a fascinating 90-minute look at Hollywood in the 30s, 405, and 50s through the eyes of child performers. This is only the lastest in the channel's long interview series with such stars as Jane Russell, Robert Mitchum, Angela Lansbury, Shirley MacLaine, Lauren Bacall, Jack Lemmon & Wlter Matthau, Charlton Heston, June Allyson, Anthony Quinn, Patricia Neal and other legends. Why isn't therte a DVD release for these historically important interviews? They should be released as a set- something every serious fan of classic Hollywood will enjoy!