StudioCanal controls these, released in 1974 and 1975, and so far, only an edition from Optimum in the UK offers them on Blu. Making matters worse, they are devoid of grain. They do seem to be correctly framed, and the color is okay, but that damn DNR kinda kills them. We need for Shout! or Criterion or someone to rescue these brilliant Richard Lester adventure films (actually one film that producer Alexander Salkind split in two without informing the cast, prompting lawsuits over royalties, as I understand it) for proper domestic Blu release! If you've not seen them, you've missed out on a marvelous pair of exciting, often hilarious films that combine into one 3 1/2-hour story representing the Alexandre Dumas book, with a cast that includes Christopher Lee, Charlton Heston, Michael York, Raquel Welch, Oliver Reed, Faye Dunaway, Roy Kinnear and many other terrific actors. The music is gorgeous as well (Michel Legrand for the first part, Lalo Schifrin for the second). Delightful films. SOMEONE, PLEASE RELEASE!