Hello to all, I'm new at posting so if I did it wrong, please overlook the goofs. I would like to know if Paramount decided to go with a "no trailers on the dvd" policy as one of their New Year resolutions. While I applaud their quality transfers, and anamorphic to boot, I am dismayed that catalogue titles released on dvd since 2002 began ( and some new releases as well, if I'm not mistaken ) have been trailer-less. Consider the useful advertising tool that a trailer is as well as the historical importance and enjoyment of seeing a film's original theatrical trailer. What about the fact that there are occasions when clips from an alternate version of a scene or one completely absent from the final cut are visible in said film's trailer? This is particularly nice, when the deleted footage doesn't exist any longer or hasn't been included on the dvd as a bonus. The fact is that many film fans love the trailers for any number of reasons and I don't see that it's asking so much for them to be included on the dvd, especially when little else besides the film is. And for the record, let me state that Warner and Disney have also gone with no trailers from time to time; Paramount, however, seems to be making trailerless dvds on a regular basis. Please don't let this become the norm. Thanks.