For us inveterate collectors, who have all the titles in the Noir Archive volumes, itís nonetheless great to see them come out in Blu-ray, even if some of the films arenít exactly classic noirs. Just being able to see mid century SF (The Lineup), and Ekberg (Pickup Alley) in Blu-ray is alone worth the price of the package. Years ago, when Kit Parker sold their collection to other outfits, it was mentioned that somewhere among their films was the E.G. Robinson film, Black Tuesday. It hasnít been part of the release packages, and only seems to exist in a copy that is barely watchable. Does anyone here have more info on what has become of it? Unless itís a copyright issue tied up in Sydney Boehmís estate, I just donít understand why it has languished all these years.