There are now several versions of this 1927 silent classic out and available, but by far, the newly released version (2004) by David Shepard and Image Entertainment is the best yet. You might pay a little extra for this version, but it's well worth it, especially when you compare it to Alpha Video; a version that does the film a great injustice. This 2004 edition offers TWO scores: a completely original score by Franklin Stover with the Mont Alto Motion Picture Orchestra, and the original James Bradford compilation score, performed on synth-org by Eric Behen. The viewer in this instance has a choice of watching the film with one score or the other, which is an unusual feature. My personal favorite is the score by Stover, as it seems to capture the mood best.