There's a thread on the TV Shows section asking the whereabouts on DVD of Danny Kaye's 1963-67 TV variety show. That got me thinking: what about Kaye's hit movies made by Samuel Goldwyn? Early in the DVD era there were a few releases (most notably the now OOP The Secret Life of Walter Mitty), but go to any video store you can't find Mitty or any other of his classic Goldwyn titles, like: Wonder Man Up In Arms The Kid From Brooklyn A Song Is Born It's no secret that the entire Goldwyn catalog is not well represented on DVD (where's Wurthering Heights, These Three, Raffles, My Foolish Heart, and the so-bad-it's-good Goldwyn Follies?), but considering that Kaye was Goldwyn's biggest box-office attraction in the 40s, it is a shock that most of his Goldwyn films aren't available on disc. I do think that as a result Danny Kaye is fast becoming something of a forgotten man regarding the field of comedy in cinema. The release of his Goldwyn films to a new generation will lead to a resurgence of sort. MGM/Sony has the DVD rights to the Goldwyn catalog, so why keep us waiting?