While we're talking about the lack of Billy Wilder on DVD (and just where is One Two Three, come to think of it?) I'd like to bring up the matter of Wilder's mentor, Ernst Lubitsch. Apart from a couple of silents and the minor That Uncertain Feeling, there are no Lubitsch movies on DVD, an astonishing state of affairs for one of the greatest directors of film comedy. Where are: Warners: Shop Around the Corner, Ninotchka, To Be Or Not To Be, Merry Widow MCA/Universal: Design For Living, One Hour With You, The Smiling Lieutenant, and above all the sublime Trouble in Paradise Fox: Heaven Can Wait (no relation to the Warren Beatty movie, which was a remake of a different film; this is Lubitsch's only Technicolor movie, and the VHS and Laserdisc simply didn't do justice to the incredibly beautiful color photography), Cluny Brown I would buy any and all of these movies. Trouble in Paradise is particularly essential because it's never even been on VHS. Anyone else wishing for Lubitsch on DVD?