Young Frankenstein ... for an 'other highly touted Mel movie. Do you have kids? Would be a great excuse to pick up the 'Wallace & Gromit' films... or maybe the old Rocky and Bulwinkle stuff. Would 'comedy classics' include Abbot and Costello, Martin and Lewis, Buster Keaton, Laurel and Hardy, Marx Brothers kinds of things? ... or are we talking Red Skelton, Imogene Coco, Burns and Allen, Lucy, Carol Burnett, Sid Ceasar, Milton Berle, Ernie Kovacs kind of shtick? For older things, how 'bout Tracy & Hepburn in Adam's Rib or the Thin Man series? They count? Musically; Victor Borge, Spike Jones? RonL. -----Original Message----- From: jay.blanchard at thermon.com [mailto:jay.blanchard at thermon.com] Having just gotten that new DVD player for Christmas, and haven been given 4 DVD's to go with it I have been debating where to start when amassing this new collection....I am leaning towards comedy classics.... <various snips> ...other highly touted Mel Brooks movies Any suggestions for adding to this list would be appreciated.