With the three Columbia/TriStar DVD releases of Muppet films this past summer, this makes "The Muppet Christmas Carol" and "Muppet Treasure Island" officially the only two Muppet films not available on DVD. I haven't seen Treasure Island, but Muppet Christmas Carol is a classic in this household, and it's a shame I have to watch it on an old fading beat-up VHS tape. I'm not sure if Disney still has the rights to it, if not, whichever studio is holding onto this should get off their butts, and release a nice Special Edition for this film, anamorphic widescreen and 5.1, and maybe a Brian Henson commentary or some making-of material. Columbia's DVDs for the Muppet films were nice, and affordable, but rather barebones, and I think Christmas Carol is very deserving of the full-blown DVD treatment, as it is my favorite of the Muppet films. Even if it doesn't rival Snow White in extras, a DVD release of the 1992 film would be very much welcome, as long as it is sometime before next Christmas!