I search general discussions and didn't see any threads about Dr. Seuss in general (I did see some threads, but they were pretty much tied to specific things about Dr. Seuss). So I chose to start one. Some of my favorite Dr. Seuss stories include How the Grinch Stole Christmas, The Sneetches, The Butter Battle Book, and Hop on Pop. I really like the cover for Oh the Thinks You Can Think, but I don't remember anything about the inside of the book. One of my favorite underrated Dr. Seuss stories is The King's Stilts. I read that while waiting to get my hair cut one day, and it seemed kind of long, but I liked the black and white drawings in it. I am thinking, this one should have been made into a live-action movie. If I were to make a live-action movie based on it, I'd want it to have a dark look like in thge book, not ultra-colorful like The Cat in the Hat movie. I checked out many of the "Beginners Book Videos" from the library as a kid, and owned three of them. I never saw the Beginners Book Video featuring The Cat in the Hat and Green Eggs and Ham, because I had recorded the Cat in the Hat special on TV, and assumed it was a video of the two specials. A few months ago I was at a used video store and was surprised to see that at least some of them were released on DVD, grouped the same way (they didn't combine any of the videos into one). I was really obsessed with Dr. Seuss back in 1994, when TNT showed a few marathons of almost every Dr. Seuss special, and also premiered the made-for-TV movie In Search of Dr. Seuss. For awhile I assumed that Time Warner owned all of the specials, and thought it was interesting as Universal made all of the recent movies. But then I read that the Depatie-Freleng specials are owned by Universal. Does Universal own the rights to the Dr. Seuss books and characters, or is it all controlled by Seuss' estate?