Does anyone know of a source for this film on DVD? I believe it was once released on VHS - (Key Video?) - and that was back in around 1988 or so, and then I've never seen it again. Does anyone have any information on either a VHS release, or a DVD release of this movie?
Although there was a lot of nudity in this movie, I thought it was really good. The late 1930's were seamlessly captured, as was the hopelessness of Dryfuss's character. And the end, when Clark Gable ends up at his front door and he ignores him - what irony! This movie deserves to be out on DVD to be studied for the filmmaking and texture of this movie!