http://web.archive.org/web/200201111...ib/80days.html The Library of Congress seems to have a ton of possible supplementary material for Around the World in Eighty Days. There's been several websites (some who actually worked on the film's restoration) that confirm the restoration, so it would be nice to have all these materials. Among the materials are deleted scenes, trims, an alternate prologue (with a bunch of the cameos...including Buster Keaton!), behind-the-scenes footage, and even posters and stuff. A fantastic video transfer for both the 24 and 30 fps versions (along with great 5.1 mixes from the surround tracks) would be certainly enough, but this would be the opportunity to use a lot of this material that has never been seen before. There is also a neat souvenier book, a board game (DVD-ROM adaptation, perhaps? ) and a plethora of promotional materials. (I actually have a set of Eighty Days lobby cards that look great.) I'd even like to see perhaps a commentary by Michael Anderson, Michael Todd Jr., and Shirley MacLaine. Please give this title the same exhaustive treatment as Doctor Zhivago and The Wizard of Oz.