One of the most creative, romantic titles of the 80s, "Electric Dreams", is part of your library through the Turner buy-out. A few years ago, I said this would make a good 2-Disc Special Edition. I was called crazy by many people...I think even George Feltenstein was referring to me in that interview last year. Let me explain how a good 2-disc Special Edition could be made, and also get a cult classic on the market as well. My ideas for extras: Disc 1: -A commentary by director Steve Barron (and possibly actors Lenny Von Dohlen, Virginia Madsen and Bud Cort, as well) -The Theatrical Trailer Disc 2: -Featurettes on the music, design and special effects of "Electric Dreams" -Music videos from the soundtrack, if any -Bonus full-length feature: "Madam Satan" "Madam Satan" is another title from the Turner buyout. It's an unusual musical from MGM in the early 30s. It was directed by Cecil B. DeMille, and featured a series of musical numbers in a zeppelin. Clips from this movie were well-utilized in one sequence of "Electric Dreams", so by including "Madam Satan" on the 2-disc Special Edition, the buyer would get two unusual music movies for the price of one, as well as some pretty decent extras. Sincerely, John Kilduff... Love is love.