So many films, but (in the USA at least) the AFI's #1 film is still not on DVD - Citizen Kane! If I hadn't bought it in the UK I wouldn't have it on DVD. The MPAA and their region limitations have lost any pretense of holding the moral high ground while Carrot Top's "Chairman Of The Board"
is available on DVD while Orson Welles' "Citizen Kane"
The wonderful film "Tokyo Story"
is available only in a VHS edition that is horrible even by the limited standards of VHS. New Yorker Films release makes "Good Times Video" look like Criterion by comparison.
Hell, some of my favorite films have never been released even on VHS! Robert Redford's first film "War Hunt"
has never been released in any form. If I hadn't taped it off of TCM when they showed it in letterbox, I'd never have had a good copy.
Anyway, I second the call for "Little Big Man". What a wonderful moving, funny, sad and emotionally wrenching film.
"Louise Pendrake: Well, Jack. Now you know. This is a house of ill fame. And I'm a fallen flower. This life is not only wicked and sinful. It isn't even any fun."
"...but some days, the wind don't blow, the grass don't grow, and the sky ain't blue."