Remember a few years ago when Universal came out with that promotion, saying how they are the home of great television? Yes, that's true. Too bad most of their shows are under house arrest. Even with them starting to license out some shows, look at a small sampling of all of the series they have that are buried in their vaults: 87th Precinct Arrest and Trial Bachelor Father Bionic Woman Love That Bob The Bold Ones Checkmate The Deputy Dragnet (b/w) The Equalizer Harper Valley PTA House Calls It Takes a Thief Jack Benny Show Johnny Staccato Laramie M Squad Marcus Welby MD Mike Hammer Name of the Game Operation Petticoat Owen Marshall Ray Milland Show Restless Gun Riverboat Run for Your Life Shotgun Slade Six Million Dollar Man State Trooper Suspense Theatre Suspicion Switch Tales of Wells Fargo The Tall Man Thriller Toma Bob Hope Chrysler Theatre The Virginian Wagon Train Wide Country Not to mention all of the great series they've apparently abandoned: Dragnet Adam 12 Kojak Baretta McMillan and Wife McCloud Quincy Leave it to Beaver Westerns seem to be getting a fair shake on DVD. But here's an interesting fact - the only westerns with more than 100 episodes that have not seen any releases are all Universal shows: The Virginian (225), Wagon Train (252 hrs, 32 90 mins.), Tales of Wells Fargo (167 1/2 hours, 34 hours), Laramie (124). This company was the top provider of shows to television from the 50s to the 70s and they really should be doing better in this area.