1978 Scooby-Doo DVD Cover Art!

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  1. Aaron Handy III

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    Courtesy of Amazon.com:

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    The 2-disc set featuring 16 episodes will go for $34.98 when released on April 10, 2007.
     
  2. jacktripper1

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    It says 2 on the side but on the front it says complete third season. They need to fix that.
     
  3. Joe:C

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    It could be because it's the second "volume". The first set had seasons 1 & 2.
     
  4. jacktripper1

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    They could have put 1 & 2 on the side of the first and second seasons, and three on this one. BEsides if it was in volumes, it would say Scooby Doo, Where Are You Volume 2.
     
  5. Mark Y

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    Ummmmm.....

    Correct me if I'm wrong, but I thought they only did TWO seasons under the title "Scooby Doo, Where Are You?"

    Maybe later on they did some more episodes in the same or a similar format, but they did NOT air under that title. Or did they?

    I thought these would have aired under the "Scooby's All-Stars" title, and maybe repeated in syndication under "The Scooby Doo Show?"

    But I am not a Scoobophile, so I COULD be wrong...
     
  6. Richard_Gregory

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    DVD set "2" which contains Season "Three".

    Agree that it's a bit awkward, in that the spine number refers to the DVD set number, rather than the Season. Which is why the first set was only labelled "1" even though it contained Season 1 *and* 2.
     
  7. jacktripper1

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    Ut if it says 3 on the front, no matter what the first and second seasons said, this should say 3.
     
  8. Mark Y

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    Ya know, if I was a fan of this show...they could release it in a brown paper bag for all I care...as long as all the episodes were there intact.
     
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    I'm glad, don''t get me wrong. BUt that's one of the things that just grabs and gets on your nerves. I'll just deal with it though.
     
  10. Dean C

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    I don't care what the box art looks like, as long as its Scooby Doo Where Are You.

    I also have the season 1 and 2 and also the Scooby and Dynomutt sets.
     
  11. jacktripper1

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    I havent got the Dynomutt set....... yet.
     
  12. Dean C

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    Get it. I only liked the Scooby episodes.
     
  13. Josh LM

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    The first set had a 1 on the side. It would look pretty stupid if they put a 3 on the side of this one.
     
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    That's why they should re releasde the first and second and put 1&2 on the side and put three and third season on the other!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     

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