With all the discussion about the Midnight Movies series from MGM/Sony, I thought this story was applicable. I'm in the midst of a series I programmed on lesser known films of the 60s-70s American New Wave. We just screened Paul Williams' The Revolutionary, a 1970 UA film starring a young Jon Voight, Robert Duvall, and Seymour Cassel. I was shocked (in a good way) to find that MGM/UA had struck a new print of this relatively unknown film. The film cannister indicated a 2000 date (perhaps when the new print was made). In any event this print was sparkling...I suspect if the print was made in 2000, it has rarely screened in the interim. This is the kind of film I imagine MGM would have soon released on DVD (especially with a new print at the ready), however with Sony at the helm, I fear this will never see the light of day. It makes me wonder what else is sitting in the Sony vaults via MGM (i.e. Witchfinder General). Anyone have close contacts with John Kirk?