For the benefit of my fellow North Americans hostages (i.e., stranded here with little or no access to some of OW's choicest works), rather than start a whole new thread, I thought I'd simply wedge the following into an existing one:
I happened upon the Turner Classic Movies video catalogue & shopping site earlier and found, to my surprise, quite the collection of (North American standard) Welles titles. Granted, some of it is still on VHS, but a growing segment seems to be finding its way to DVD, there, too.
As for VHS, they've got a number of works that I had previously believed were only available from overseas sources. Perhaps some relief is closer at hand than I had realized.
(For those of you who are already well aware of this source, I invite you to smile indulgently upon yours truly, who has taken this long to wend his way to this humble new level of enlightenment.)
I could attempt a short list, here, (The Trial - letterboxed with alternate openings, Chimes, F for Fake, The Dominici Affair, The Immortal Story, etc.) - but why not check it out for yourself