I don't know if this information is available on these forums elsewhere, but I felt it belonged here for anyone looking for information on Buster Keaton releases (which is what led me here).
In addition to the Warner Archives releases of Doughboys
, Sidewalks of New York
, and What! No Beer?
listed above, Warner Archives has also issued Hollywood Revue of 1929
and Buster Keaton at MGM Triple Feature
which includes Parlor, Bedroom, and Bath
, Speak Easily
, and The Passionate Plumber
. (One of the heftiest and most interesting single releases I've yet seen from the Archive Collection).
Furthermore, there seems to be no mention of Milestone's DVD of The Cook and Other Treasures
being the only Arbuckle/Keaton short missing from Image's collection) which also includes Arbuckle's A Reckless Romeo
and Harold Lloyd's Number, Please?
An old version of this DVD shows up as out of print on Amazon but an updated disc with new, classier coverart can be purchased directly from Milestone here: http://www.milestonefilms.com/products/the-cook-and-other-treasures
And lastly, and most excitingly, Milestone has also released Samuel Beckett's Film
starring Buster Keaton currently only available as a $400.00 institutional purchase, but the website announces that a DVD and Blu-Ray
will be released this year (2013) for private home viewing! Link: http://www.milestonefilms.com/products/film-by-samuel-beckett
UPDATE: Just got an email from Dennis Doros at Milestone and he said that the DVD and Blu-Ray releases of FILM has been pushed back to Fall 2014 (tentatively) because they are in the process of producing a feature length film on the making of the film.