Whew!<Relief!> I thought I might be going a little too far out on a limb with the Victor Borge and Spike Jones stuff. Coolio! (And very glad I'm not the only wacko out here who knows about this stuff!) ;-) Ah - but 'Rocky Picture' just isn't the same without a community viewing ... and your Cleveland Plain Dealer, and toast, and shopping bag full of other goodies ... I fear it's a film that doesn't work well at home on a small screen. <Reminder> A lot of public libraries (here in big city USA) have this kind of thing on CD, VHS (and maybe even DVD these days as well - I haven't checked lately) -- it's a great way to check out some of the "classic" stuff without investing any cash. </Reminder> RonL. (Yeah - I've been "on the list" for various things at vintage record shops too!) -----Original Message----- From: jay.blanchard at thermon.com [mailto:jay.blanchard at thermon.com] Subject: [thechat] Re:LoA Absolutely, and even though it's not Mel Brooks I might have to get Rocky Horror Picture Show...which my significant other has never seen! >Musically; Victor Borge, Spike Jones? I thought I was the only one who actually listened to these things in my office. And they may be available on DVD? Hold me back! I have every Spike Jones album on vinyl (slowly transferring to CD), and three Victor Borge albums (I look at the antique record store for more every couple of months and my name is on the list if they come in).