I just got the latest copy of Turner Classic Movies' Now Playing guide, and near the back there's a full-page ad trumpeting Warner Bros.' DVD Decision 2004 - ======================================= VOTE FOR THE CLASSICS YOU WANT ON DVD Tune in to TCM July 26-July 30. Watch your favorite classic films and vote online for the ones you want released on DVD! The Top 5 winners will be announced in August 2004. MONDAY JULY 26 Literary Classics 10:00 am Greed 2:00 pm The Letter 3:45 pm Random Harvest 6:00 pm Ivanhoe TUESDAY JULY 26 In Glorious Black & White 10:00 am I Am A Fugitive from a Chain Gang 11:45 am Test Pilot 2:00 pm The Search 4:15 pm Edge of the City WEDNESDAY JULY 28 In Glorious Technicolor 10:00 am Dive Bomber 12:30 pm Captains of the Clouds 2:30 pm Bathing Beauty 4:30 pm King Solomon's Mines THURSDAY JULY 29 Widescreen Classics I 10:00 am Lust for Life 12:15 pm Party Girl 2:00 pm All Fall Down 4:00 pm Operation Crossbow 6:00 pm International Velvet FRIDAY JULY 30 Widescreen Classics II 10:00 am The Shoes of the Fisherman 1:00 pm Ice Station Zebra 3:45 pm Kansas City Bomber All Times Eastern TO VOTE: GO TO turnerclassicmovies.com/dvddecision (beginning July 1 and ending July 31, 2004) OWN THE TOP 5 WINNING DVDs BEGINNING JANUARY 2005 BY VISITING TURNERCLASSICMOVIES.COM OR A NATIONAL RETAILER NEAR YOU. ======================================= I am really pleased to see a number of these titles up for nomination, in particular Greed, Random Harvest, Test Pilot, The Search (Monty Clift's debut!), Captains of the Clouds, Bathing Beauty, King Solomon's Mines, and especially my long-lost 70s Raquel Welch favorite Kansas City Bomber (roller derby chicks duking it out!). I hope that regardless of what's voted on, Warner Home Video decides to release all of these eventually, as some were never issued on VHS.