A friend alerted me to this. There is a DVD collection called The Three Stooges Trilogy, including the later feature films The Three Stooges Meet Hercules, The Outlaws Is Coming and The Three Stooges In Orbit. From what I can tell, it's in selected Wal-Mart stores -- don't know if it's available elsewhere. (When I heard this, I was hopeful for a moment that there would be a second volume with Have Rocket Will Travel, Stop! Look! And Laugh! and The Three Stooges Go Around The World In A Daze, but read on.) It's in what looks like a single amray case with a cardboard sleeve over it. Now, I also saw a few other packages at Sam's Club, also called The Three Stooges Trilogy, which were just repackagings of older shorts collections with a cover wrapped around them. But this one with the feature films intrigued me, especially since I hadn't yet gotten around to picking up any of these three titles and it was going for around $15, so I figured I can't go wrong. Yes and no. This is simply a repackaging/remaindering of old stock, and what they've done is just stacked the three DVDs (which are old stock of the previous releases of these three titles) one on top of the other. So I guess it's a bargain, but I probably will put them in a different case made to accomodate three discs without stacking them on top of one another. The outer sleeve has the same artwork as the case itself, but it appears the sleeve was proofread, while the case wasn't. For The Outlaws Is Coming, the description says: "The Stooges crash through the time barrier in this muscle-headed feature film." (This is a verbatim repeat of the synopsis for The Three Stooges Meet Hercules, which is printed directly above this.) Then it says "Starring: Moe Howard, Larry Fine, Shemp Howard and Curly Howard." There is no mention of the short Goofs And Saddles appearing as an extra, but it's there. One other goof is that Hercules and Orbit are both listed as 1:85:1 anamorphic widescreen, but Outlaws is listed as 1:33:1 fullscreen. They are all cropped widescreen. (Let's not get into that debate again, but since these were all filmed "protected for widescreen," I really would rather have had the full frame image, as they've always had when shown on television, but that's another subject altogether.) I also picked up the fourth volume of shorts and the guy who checked me out (probably in his 20s) said he liked the Stooges, but was looking forward to the ones with Shemp!