Other than house of wax and Kiss me Kate,they have not digitally restored and preserve all the rest of the MGM and R.K.O. 3D legacy. If not for home video Blu ray 3D,why not for DCP,3D theatrical showings,offering them for limited theatrical showings? Now I know that R.K.O has been a tire company for years and they would occasionally has gone back to picture making,releasing it through other studios. I suspect that they still owe the rights to the R.K.O films. So it might be the fact that they haven't yet had any interest in restoring and preserving their 3D legacy. If Time Warner would change their mind and Persuade radio to allow the restoration and preservation of their 3D legacy ,they could make profits,long term profit that is. For example, The French line. Like the Rocky horror picture show it is campy.Not in the same way as rocky ,but in the 1950's way.2D or 3D it looks like it was made in hurry.The songs look like it was written in a hurry. Makes the film silly,but ,in a positive way. Jane's original dance number ,high camp. Well r.k.o. could get this film digitally restored and preserved in it's 3D glory .They could offer a licence to fathom events and show it all over the country for three days at the mausoleums .Better yet offer it as a midnight showing ,in 3D, it would make money. Those with no 3D set up could finally see this. Alas ,the reason why they don't do this because since the late 70's the big corporate have been deregulated. So they can be greedy and selfish to consumers and workers any time the CEO's want to. Only classic films that proved to attract a big quick audience they will put out on things like fantom events. Putting out a 3D classic would out for limit theaters would slow down time Warner's greedy profit. I'm surprised that Bwana Island has been restored in 3D and it's going to be put out in on Blu ray 3D .Unless it's public domain, I'm surprised that M.G.M UA gave the go ahead. Maybe Furmanek persuaded them.The 3D archives did restored it.