I remember when the big rumor about Back to the Future not originally being on DVD was because of the Eric Stoltz footage. Then someone said that it was really because of some agreement that Universal had with Columbia Pictures to give them all the profits of Universal's overseas DVD sales. Once DVD started to become a profitable market, Universal realized their mistake and supposedly decided to hold back alot of their back catalog. Supposedly this was the reason for the delay with Legend. So, my question is, is there any truth to this rumor? If so, would it be reasonable to assume that we should see alot more of Universal's back catalog coming to DVD soon, and maybe some re-releases of their older DVDs? I for one would like to see some of their older barebones discs get re-released like The Breakfast Club, Timecop, Happy Gilmore, and some other films never available on DVD like People Under the Stairs, Cloak & Dagger (1985), Howard the Duck, and many others. Hopefully, we will see more Universal back catalog DVD announcements soon!