I recently came upon a treasure trove of old Derby films, which I believe are from the mid to late 60s. The problem is, the people who have them seem to think they are sitting on a gold mine, like they found a bunch of lost silent film classics or New York Tonight Shows or something. Its something myself and maybe 10 diehard fans who are left care about but other than us, no one cares. Tell me if I'm wrong, but I don't believe there's any market, broadcast or otherwise for these things. I doubt anyone under 60 even knows what it is. I know several years ago an acquaintance tried to market some old Derby shows to all of those girls leagues they have around the country now, with the stupid nicknames and the style of play as exciting as watching grass grow. None of them had the slightest interest. My question is, how do you go about convincing someone that their gold mine is fool's gold and really doesn't have much value?