I understand that STRAIGHT SHOOTING, Ford's seventh directing effort, is the only one of his silent westerns to survive intact aside from THE IRON HORSE. Does that mean some of his other silents survive incomplete or as fragments? Exactly how much of his silent films survive today? I wonder if there is enough material to assemble a DVD of silent John Ford. I'm sure Ford fans would welcome a collection even if the films were incomplete or fragmentary. Wouldn't it be interesting if STRAIGHT SHOOTING were included as a supplement on the forthcoming DVD box-set, or as the main feature to a silent collection.