We, the undersigned movie fans, in looking at the list of great films still bizarrely missing and sorely missed on the DVD format, have discovered that an inordinate number of the movies are under the control of Time Warner Co./Warner Bros. (Several of them are pre-1987 MGM titles) We are very frustrated and can not understand why these films have not been released. To a film, they are quality pieces of entertainment that would certainly bring back a return on your costs. We are not asking for Special Editions with commentary or loads of special features (although anything along those lines would be much appreciated), we just want the films themselves, transferred with care and in the original aspect ratio. That\'s all. The films are: "SHOOT THE MOON" (1982) - This amazing drama about divorce is a career high for director Alan Parker and stars Diane Keaton, Albert Finney. "CANNERY ROW" (1982) - A whimsical period piece and romantic-comedy based on the works of John Steinbeck, starring Nick Nolte and Debra Winger. "MEN DON\'T LEAVE" (1990) - Paul Brickman\'s quirky and affecting portrait of a family working through grief, starring Jessica Lange. "THE MAN WHO LOVED CAT DANCING" (1973) - A great 70\'s western that contains some of Burt Reynolds best work, also starring Sarah Miles. "ONE ON ONE" (1977) - A rousing and fondly-remembered crowd-pleaser about a basketball Cinderella story, written by and starring Robby Benson. "SKYJACKED" (1972) - This hijack thriller outshines the "Airport" movies, starring Charlton Heston. "WELCOME TO L.A." (1976) - Alan Rudolph\'s ensemble piece about alienation in Hollywood is really a forgotten Robert Altman gem, stars Sissy Spacek. These are SEVEN GREAT FILMS, and there is no excuse that we can think of for them not being available on DVD. Please release them ASAP. If you release them...WE WILL BUY THEM!! Thank you.