Bastards! Why do they keep doing this!?!?!?

‘Casablanca’ DVD set for release
BURBANK, Calif. (CP) — Warner Home Video is planning an Aug. 5 release of a two-disc special edition of the classic film Casablanca starring Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman.
The film is already available in a special-edition DVD (on the MGM label) but the new one promises not only “a breathtaking new digital transfer” but also four hours of bonus material, including 10 minutes of newly discovered deleted scenes and outtakes.
Warner is also planning a gala tribute screening at New York’s Lincoln Center on Aug. 11 to be attended by Bogie’s widow Lauren Bacall and their son Stephen and Bergman’s daughter Pia Lindstrom.
Other disc extras include optional commentaries by movie critic Roger Ebert and film historian Rudy Behlmer, a radio drama recording with original cast members, the premiere episode of the short-lived 1955 TV series that starred Charles McGraw, music scoring outtakes, a Looney Tunes cartoon takeoff, vintage trailers and new interviews.
“Recent advances in digital technology allowed us to revisit the early restoration work and create a new digital re-master directly from nitrate picture and sound elements,” says Ned Price, vice-president of technical operations mastering for Warner.