Warner Archives Collection does such a great job of restoring much older films to DVD.
They recently released seven films that starred Ramon Navarro, who was such a big star at MGM in the twenties and thirities.
These films include the two legendary films that Navarro made with famed French director, Jacques Feyder.
They are "Daybreak" and "Son Of India", which were both made in 1931.
Ramon Navarro was homosexual and he was also closeted.
MGM asked him to get married.
So, MGM brought in Jacques Feyder to romanticize his screen image.
Helping out in this department were co-stars Helen Chandler and Majorie Rambeau.
Years later, when he was so much older, Navarro's private life came to the attention of the public when he was brutally murdered by two male hustlers who were picked up off the street.