Bootlegs of both Horner and Bernstein's scores long existed
on the secondary market in the 2000's, but their quality does not match that
of the official releases. The 2008 Varèse Set (limited to 2,500 copies
as part of the label's CD Club), offers three rejected Bernstein scores on what
the label calls the "World Premiere Release of the Unused Scores" and sold
for $60. It did not sell out as quickly as usual CD Club releases of major titles.
The Horner score was released by Intrada in 2009, limited in pressing to 2,500
copies as well but selling out quickly, sending the price of the album up to