Maybe the most prolific non-porn independent producer ever, Roger Corman, the 'ploitation master who gave Peter Fonda and Martin Scorsese early breaks, has entered into a twelve-year pact with, of all people, Buena Vista Home Entertainment – AKA, Disney. Under the deal – Corman's first DVD distribution arrangement with a studio – Disney will handle home distribution of all 400 titles in Corman's library, from Boxcar Berthaand Saint Jack to Teenage Caveman and Rock 'n' Roll High School. For Corman and Co., there's no question that a strong-arm distributor like Disney will increase their visibility, market share, and profits. But beyond the quick small change they can make everytime a Sylvester Stallone completeist decides to bite the bullet and add Death Race 2000 to their collection, what's in it for Disney? Is the library aquisition merely the first step, a testing ground on the road to remake rights?