I'd include the following (someone stop me if WB doesn't own one of these): MAD LOVE (1935) STRANGER ON THE THIRD FLOOR (1940) THE FACE BEHIND THE MASK (1941) THE MASK OF DIMITRIOS (1944) THE BEAST WITH FIVE FINGERS (1946) THREE STRANGERS (1946) What a high-caliber box set that would be. For those of you who haven't seen one or more of these, you're really missing out, especially if you're a Lorre fan. THE FACE BEHIND THE MASK and THREE STRANGERS, in particular, are simply two of the greatest low-budget noirs ever made. And it's absolutely criminal they're not available. I believe MAD LOVE was mentioned as being readied...this has at least appeared on both VHS and LD, as have STRANGER and BEAST, but the others, to my knowledge, haven't had any release at all, on any format. I'd say THE MALTESE FALCON (1941), but this would probably be included in a Bogie or Noir box, I'd think. I'd also love to throw in the hugely enjoyable ISLAND OF DOOMED MEN (1940), which has never had a legitimate release that I'm aware of, but I'm not sure which studio this was made for, or who would have retained good elements on it. Perhaps Don Siegel's debut film THE VERDICT (1946) would also be an excellent choice for the set; I haven't seen it yet, but it seems to be very highly regarded by those who have. Anyone else for a Peter Lorre box set? I just love that guy to pieces. What an excellent, unique, quite underrated actor.