Anyone ever notice that when movies that have well known extra footage that has aired on Television broadcasts (Airplane, Naked Gun, Superman films, Halloween) are released to DVD, very rarely is the extra footage included on the disc. I guess technically the television footage for "Halloween" is available, but you have to buy a separate edition of the film to view it. Anyone know why studios rarely bother to include that type of footage as part of the DVD? Rights issues, Director hates it? Anyone? Edit: in case anyone is confused still. I typoed the thread title. Should be "any" instead of "and" If a mod can edit the title, I would appreciate it.