I wish Warner Bros would distinguish between signature collections that are primarily all new to DVD releases such as Errol Flynn, Clark Gable, and James Stewart sets and those that are primarily repackages of films previously released such as Bogart and Bacall, Henry Fonda, and Tracy and Hepburn . I wish they would change the name of one or the other. The Joan Crawford and Bette Davis sets were not called signature collections for some reason. Perhaps the name signature collection can be reserved for primarily new to DVD releases. The signature films boxes are not always the star's signature films i.e. films they are best known for. The Gable set does not include Gone With The Wind or Mutiny On The Bounty . The Flynn set does not have the Adventures of Robin Hood. All these had been previously released before the Signature box sets were released.