I was at F.Y.E today buying some DVDs (FWIW, the ones I purchased were "Fatal Attraction", "Rock 'N' Roll High School" and "Henry: Portrait Of A Serial Killler"). Anyway, I was looking at the discount DVDs (you know, the ones with big stars in very early, often small and short roles) and I saw several copies of "Operation Crossbow". I saw this a few months ago on TCM. It had the TCM logo before it (the new one, not the multi-colored globe with that fanfare that my feet can't even be on the ground for) and the MGM logo at the front. I would assume that this meant that Warner owns the title through their buy-out of the Turner library, but now I see this on a public domain DVD being sold in a major store. Sincerely, John Kilduff... So how did this happen?