Warners, is The Wind and The Lion yours? The VHS came out MGM/UA but I believe this is your film. There is a great deal of .... interest in this film. A DVD of this film is very much in order. The following is a collage of comments by HTF members, all of whom want to buy this title on DVD. Any word on this coming out on DVD? All that is available is the crappy P&S VHS version. This is probably my favorite Sean Connery movie, and as I have NEVER seen it in its OAR, would love to own a nice digital transfer of it. I don't even care about extras (though some would be nice). Just having a copy with clean picture (the WHOLE picture) and crisp sound would be fantastic. Who even owns the rights to W&L? The P&S VHS is MGM IIRC, but there has been debate around here where the rights ended up. Normally it would be Warners but IIRC this was an exception. "Has he no respect for human life?" "Has he no respect for human life?" "You are a great deal of trouble." The LD was widescreen and looked pretty good. This is a great film that deserves to be released along with a reissue of Man Who Would Be King. "A Winchester? What is this Winchester?" I've seen this film numerous times in the commercial cinemas back in the mid-'70s. It's an adventure film of the highest order, an adventure in the truest sense of the word. I would buy a correctly framed DVD in a heartbeat. It's a mystery as to why this title isn't available yet. "Pedicaris alive or Reissuli dead!" Candice Bergen really looks good holding a rifle. Not only that but she serves Chateau Margaux for lunch.... (too bad the bottle broke) With the truly awesome Goldsmith score isolated? That would be a "gold" DVD indeed! How about the complete roadshow cut fully restored?? I requested this in "Feedback" around a year or so ago. The thread died a quick, painless death, and I assumed there were not many fans of this John Milius film here. I swear, this is a rousingly good adventure film--and it was released only a few months before another great adventure film, the aforementioned The Man Who Would Be King--speaking of which, that disc could use a major overhaul (new transfer, new sound, the works). "Military intervention!" True, John Milius is somewhat of a "gun-rights" advocate (witness many scenes from Red Dawn) and not "acceptably" liberal, he sure knows how to make a fun, good movie. And The Wind and the Lion did quite good business at the box office in 1975; it was considered a hit. The film did fade from view rather rapidly, though. "The French and the Germans aren't going to like this." A superb movie, its a crime that so much crap is on dvd but not The Wind and the Lion. I've had the fantastic Jerry Goldsmith soundtrack LP since the 70's and now have it on CD. I would love to have this classic adventure on DVD with or without extras (commentary by Milius would be great though).