A couple years ago, I took a new music appriciation class at school and since it was new, there wasn't really a devoloped cerricilum for the teacher to stick to. Thus, we got to watch a bunch of movies that dealt with music, performing arts, etc. It was a cool class. The movie that most struck me out of the ones we watched was WHITE NIGHTS (1985), and I have been eagerly anticipating owning it on DVD ever since we saw it. But it's only available on an apparently out of print pan & scan VHS (the school copy was P&S), and I really want it on DVD. A few years ago its absense was easier for me to forgive since there were still top-shelf titles that have yet to come out (ie, E.T., Back to the Future, Star Wars, Indiana Jones, several Disney animated classics) but now it's 2005, and I'd say that most of the big titles that everybody wants have either been released or announced for a release soon. So it's time for the studios to bring out the smaller catalog titles. But it's not been released on DVD. So where is it? I know it had a very popular soundtrack, so my best guess is that music rights are tying it up, but I'd like to know. Are you listening, Sony/Colombia? I want to have this and see it in its proper 2.35:1 ratio, as I'm sure its coreography and dances were completely butchered by the P&Sing. I'm sure I'm not the only one who wants to own it. Come on, let's get it out there to buy please! I'd like extras, but I'd even take a barebones release provided it was presented in 2.35:1. Anybody have any idea what's taking this one so long? Thanks.