One of my favorite movies of all time, and was hell to find on DVD: Zorro, The Gay Blade. Starring George Hamilton, it was much funnier than Love At First Bite but as I remember didn't do well at the box office. It's all but disappeared from the market.
Is Zorro, the Gay Blade
considered "politically incorrect" now? Why would that be? It's a very funny movie.
(Little-known fact: Story-wise, Zorro, the Gay Blade
is a reworking of the David F. Friedman sexploitation flick The Erotic Adventures of Zorro
-- only without the naked stuff.)
Can you even find Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn in a library these days? I loved those books growing up.
Both of those books are in public domain and the complete text of them can be easily found online. Huckleberry Finn
as assigned reading in schools remains controversial, mainly because of "that word."