Precious Doll, thank you for keeping up this thread.
I have no idea why Warners missed the opportunity to release San Francisco in conjunction with the 100th anniversary of the 1906 earthquake and the 70th anniverary of the film's release in April, but I'm glad it's finally coming to DVD.
I had hoped the inclusion of The Wings of Eagles in the John Ford-John Wayne package would mean that we are at long last going to get the missing footage of Maureen O'Hara's alcholic breakdown excised at the request of the Sprig family at the time of the film's release, but it appears that footage is lost forever.
I'm happy to see Parmount has picked up the Republic catalogue and will be releasing the tantalizing Olivia de Havilland-Lew Ayres film noir, The Dark Mirror featuring two of de Havilland's three great 1946 performances, but where is To Each His Own, and for that matter The Heiress, both made by Paramount, but owned now by Universal. With Universal being into all those star packagings, perhaps we can look forward to a de Havilland package that will include those two films as well as Hold Back the Dawn.
Speaking of Warners and de Havilland, I can't understand why they haven't releasesd Light in the Piazza as a tie-in to last year's hit Broadway musical version.