Fair enough. You're absolutely right, I'm sure it would have meant a great deal to a lot of people, and it absolutely would have added some much needed representation. My statements were more trying to reflect that this isn't likely going to be thought of as a great piece of lost art among the general public, spurring academic and artistic regret at what was lost decades from now, driving people to demand the release and the studio to acquiese despite the potential costs to the studio. I, in my absolutely speculative personal opinion, suspect it will be looked upon more as a curiosity by the general public. Edit:. Went back and clarified some things I was writing.