With another April upon us, I am once again wondering what ever happened to this fairy tale romantic comedy from 1969 starring Jack Lemmon as the frog and Catherine Deneuve as the Princess who kisses him. It's one of those Cinema Center films, along with Lemmon's production company, JALEM. It was released twice on VHS, both pan and scan, but has yet to see a DVD release. Although it has some questionable scenes of drunk driving played for laughs, on the whole it is a very beautiful love story and for once is a fairy tale for men as opposed to little girls. Deneuve is breathtaking in it, for me the best she has ever looked. It has some great contemporary 60's production design by Richard Sylbert , a nice little score by Marvin Hamlisch, the lovely title tune by Bachrach and David, hilarious comedic bits with Jack Weston and Harvey Korman and a a very poignant sequence with Charles Boyer and Myrna Loy. Does anyone know who owns this title now or can speculate why it has never been released on DVD whereas most every other Jack Lemmon film has?