Just wanted to recommend the film Darby O GIll and the Little People to anyone who hasn't seen it, or is hesitating to buy it on DVD, not only for this great film, but also for the added bonus feature, the full episode of the Disneyland TV Show: I Captured the King of the Leprechauns. I taped this episode from the Vault Disney and it quickly became one of my favorites. It's a false documentary about Walt's experience making Darby O Gill, no real behind the scenes secrets but lots of Little People fantasy, lotsa great Irish folklore (that Banshee poem still creeps me out), and lots of Walt!! It's always great to see Walt act, and this has lots of him. I can't recomend this episode enough. Now for the second half of the topic: While the Disney Treasures seem to be doing well, there are obviously some episodes of the Disneyland TV Show and it's successors (Walt DIsney presents etc...) that due to their unique subjects, and inability to be grouped in a logical way to any other program, may never make it to release. "I Captured the King of the Leprechauns" was one that I hadn't expected to see, though of course it makes perfect sense packaged with the film. So, what super obscure Disney TV show (or short film I suppose) gem would you like to see released in some way? Here's my list: The Disneyland Fourth Anniversary Show- A real jewel. Lotsa Mousketeer footage and great presentation of the Rainbow Road to Oz, catchy catchy music The Golden Horseshoe Revue- Perhaps on a second Disneyland USA Volume. Here's hoping... Where Do the Stories Come From?- This was pretty much just a bunch of shorts, but had lots of connecting footage to explain the origin of certain films. The great one is the bit about Trains, where Walt shows home movies of his backyard train, including footage of Kirk Douglas and Family riding (supposedly, Douglas took offense at Walt showing his kids on TV without permission and vowed never again to work for Disney) A Disneyland Progress Report- I always enjoyed this one a bit more than the "Pre Opening Report", just thought that the details shown were more interesting for some reason. Again, hopefully it'll show up in DL Vol 2. Anyone else?