Great news from "The Criterion Forum": http://www.criterionforum.org/forum/...pic.php?t=2244 So, the first indications seem to be that Warners will be releasing not one but TWO Greta Garbo Collections on DVD come September in time for her 100th Anniversary. Yippee!! Apparently, a TCM Archive 2-Disc Set will include the following (all accompanied by an Audio Commentary by Mark Vieira): 1.THE TEMPTRESS (1926) 2.FLESH AND THE DEVIL (1926) - the only one I've watched from this bunch and an excellent film it is, too...with an unforgettable ending to boot! 3.THE MYSTERIOUS LADY (1928) Then, for their "Greta Garbo Signature Collection", Warners have these in store for us: 1.ANNA CHRISTIE (1930) - hopefully, they'll also include the alternate German-language version shot simultaneously by Jacques Feyder 2.MATA HARI (1931) - the only one I've yet to watch from this group, and most welcome it is, too! 3.QUEEN CHRISTINA (1933) - directed by a virtuoso like Rouben Mamoulian at the peak of his powers, it's small wonder that this is Garbo's best film 4.ANNA KARENINA (1935) - hopefully, they'll sneak in the earlier Silent version of Tolstoy's opus, LOVE (1927) co-starring John Gilbert, as well 5.CAMILLE (1936) 6.NINOTCHKA (1939) - more Lubitsch is always welcome...and Bela Lugosi, too! I wish they had also included CONQUEST (1937), another major Garbo sound film which has eluded me so far, but I'm awfully pleased with Warners as it is!