(leaving the post-movie politics out...) As I understand it, "Barbarella" exists in three forms... A) The uncensored Euro-cut from 1968, containg about 5-7 minutes of extra footage... including a lesbian kiss and possibly a boiling oil scene). A character is listed in the credits, Captain Sun, who does not appear in the movie on DVD or VHS, which implies he was in the censored-out scenes. B) The censored-for-American-audiences version from 1968. C) An even more censored version released ca. 1976 as "Barbarella, Queen of the Galaxy" with all the sexual content removed. I suspect this print runs about 12 1/2 minutes. D) The version in home video and DVD release, which is B, but given the title of D. In other words, the only available version is the 1968 censored version, but given the 1976 even-more-censored version's name. Obviously, what I'd like to see is the A version on DVD, complete with any surviving extra scenes, and hopefully extras of (if still extant) Jean-Claude Forrest's artwork for the movie set designs (or the set blueprints, as in the laserdisc of "The Day the Earth Stood Still"). I have been looking for over 2 years now for imagery of the spacecraft, with an eye towards building a replica model. As it is never seen from the side or rear, except at extreme distance, I am stuck! If the extras available are not much, perhaps a simple photo gallery of the 95 publicity photos taken would do. I forget the photographer's name, but he is listed in the Starlog article and I know that he was (or is) a Magnum photographer. It's considered "cool" to sneer at this movie, but it was a forerunner of today's comic adaptations, it was a very influential movie in that a name actress did significant nudity.... and it is as Sixties as a movie can get! Bring it on, Paramount! Restore the uncensored version and put it on DVD!