There has been little mention of this, but the 1992 assemblage of Orson Welles's unfinished Don Quixote is coming to DVD on August 19th. This much maligned attempt at making a feature film from Welles's nearly two decades worth of footage has been little seen. Despite the critical drubbing, I'm very curious to see this film-- just to see if there is even a glimmer of what might-have-been. However, you could argue, that purchasing this DVD validates what's generally considered a mutilation of Welles's work. If I thought it would be a blockbuster DVD I might hesitate, but considering The Other Side of the Wind looks like a bust, Don Quixote might be the only unfinished Welles film I get this year.
Link to Image Entertainment site's Don Quixote page.
Text of 1988 Sight & Sound article from Wellesnet.com on the making of the film.
More at Wellesnet.com including Oja Kodar's issues with the reconstruction.
A piece of the Patty McCormack footage is on You Tube [with odd music added] (none of which is in the 1992 assemblage, apparently):