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Discussion in 'TV on DVD and Blu-ray' started by Mick Tees, Dec 12, 2008.
Mike Hammer the CBS years with Stacy Keach.
Maverick - All seasons; but especially Seasons 1-3.
Star Trek - The Original Series Remastered on Blu-ray (Season 1 was released to HD-DVD/DVD combo discs; Seasons 2-3 to DVD only.)
Would like to see completed:
All in the Family (Only the first six seasons have been released.)
The Fugitive (Seasons 2-5 with original underscores.)
Almost all of the rest of the TV series I'm collecting these days are of series still in production (like Battlestar Galactica, Stargate: Atlantis, Terminator: The Sarah Conner Chronicles, etc.); so there's no doubt that they will all come out in 2009.
For my list:
Batman (Adam West series)
Maverick - season sets
Bret Maverick - was only one season
Young Maverick - maybe with the couple of unaired episodes??
Sanford - Sanford & Son spinoff. Have all of the original seasons
Boston Legal - the fifth (and sadly) final season
The Practice (final season) - introduces the Boston Legal cast
Get A Life - Chris Elliot sitcom, two seasons
That would be enough to keep me happy for many, many months!
My wishlist for 2009:
Midnight Caller: Season 1
Streethawk: Complete Series
John Doe: Complete Series
The Red Shoe Diaries: Complete Series
The Colbys: Season 1
The Law and Harry McGraw: Complete Series
Once a Thief: Complete Series
In the Heat of the Night: Season 1
In Search of...: Season 1 (the Leonard Nimoy series)
Mission: Impossible (1988-90): Season 1
Bronk: Complete Series
Vega$: Season 1
The Psychiatrist: Complete Series
Richie Bronkelman: Private Eye: Complete Series
Hawaii Five-O: Season 6
Mannix: Season 3
Mission: Impossible: Season 6
Law and Order: Season 7 (includes an epic three-parter which aired in early 1997)
Knots Landing: Season 3
Dynasty: Season 4 (in one boxset and not split into two halves)
The Rockford Files: the 90's TV movies
Murder, She Wrote: Season 10
Simon and Simon: Season 3
Friday the 13th: The Series: Season 3
The Muppet Show: Season 4
Tales from the Darkside: Season 2
Dalziel and Pascoe: Series 2
The Inspector Wexford Mysteries: The Complete Series
Bergerac: Series 8
Diagnosis: Murder: Season 4
Nash Bridges: Season 3
Quincy, ME: Season 3
McCloud: Season 3.
The Fugitive Complete S2 unedited!
Disneyland Anthology Series -- I'll take compilation format provided complete uncut episodes are included from all as yet unreleased shows!
Season sets of Shindig!, Where The Action Is, Ready Steady Go!, Hullabaloo, Hollywood A Go Go, Boss City, Ted Mack, Shebang, Shivaree, Top Of The Pops, Beat Beat Beat, etc.
The Alvin Show (1961) with Clyde Crashcup!
The 1956 UPA Gerald McBoing Boing Show
The Original Bob Keeshan '55-'68 (b&w) Captain Kangaroo Show w/ Tom Terrific!
The Quick Draw McGraw Show
Ruff and Reddy
The Banana Splits Adventure Hour
Complete Deputy Dawg and Crusader Rabbit Sets!
The 1965 Pilot Episode for Jan And Dean On The Run
That'd make me happy, I can't think of anything else I'd ask for re. Tv-on-DVD.
Actually, I take it back... here's one more!
THE 20TH CENTURY FOX HOUR - COMPLETE COLLECTION
Batman (with Adam West) - hopefully the Watchmen ruling will get this straightened out.
Mission Impossible S. 6 & 7
Hawaii Five-0 6, 7 & 8
Untouchables S. 3
Love American Style S 2
Mannix S. 3 & 4
My Wish List:
1. St. Elsewhere...Complete Boxed Set
2. Marcus Welby, M.D.
3. Here Come the Brides
4. Hill Street Blues
5. Untouchables...1993 series
Mainly the remainder of "Green Acres."
Since it's been so many years since they released season 3, I'm pretty pessimistic about that ever happening.
T.V. shows I will like to see on DVD's are: Logans Run./ Nightmare Cafe/.Out Of This World/Just The Ten Of Us/Brothers/It's Gary Shandling Show/Rocky Road/You Can't Do That On T.V. (with Alanis Morrissette on Nickelodium)/Midnight Special(with Wolfman Jack)/American Bandstand/B.J.And the Bear/Sherrif Lobo/Three's A Crowd(3's Company Spinoff)/ After Mash/Joanie Loves Chachi/The original Bionic Woman/Six Million Dollar Man/Dean Martin Celebrity Roasts/CPO Sharky(with Don Rickles)/The FBI/Barnaby Jones/Life With Lucy( Lucille Ball last series)/ and Amazon.
nypd blue restarted and completed atleast till the end of jimmy smiths year but would love the whole series naturally
full series release of The Rifleman in proper season sets
Have Gun Will Travel
and Finally Ironside season three and beyond released by a Real dvd company , Im telling you Simon and Simon and rhoda fans you be burn by shout in a year.
those are just a few........
The two highest priorites on my list are the remaining seasons of "King of the Hill", as well as a release for "Jake 2.0".
Of course, we can all dream abou the '66 "Batman"
I would love to see from Warner a Happy New Year, Charlie Brown: Remastered Deluxe Edition.
1. 77 Sunset Strip
2. Adventures in Paradise
3. Hawaiian Eye
4. Surfside Six
5. More Cheyenne
6. Bourbon Street Beat
7. The Rebel
8. Sky King-Season Sets
9. Roy Rogers Show
10. Annie Oakley
11. Bat Masterson
12. Yancy Derringer
13. Broken Arrow
14. Shotgun Slade
15. The Dakotas
16. The Gallant Men
17. The Saint-the rest of the b/w episodes
18. Spenser for Hire
19. 12 O'Clock High
20. Garrison's Gorillas
Pinky, Elmyra & The Brain
Cosby Mysteries, The
Lucy Show, The
Dave the Barbarian
The 1/2 Hour News Hour
Kitchen Nightmares (USA Version)
Buzz Lightyear of Star Command
Carol Burnett Show, The
It's Me or The Dog (US & UK Versions)
Animaniacs - Vol. 4
Freakazoid - Vols. 2+
Green Acres - Seasons 4 - 6
Chip & Dale Rescue Rangers - Vol. 3
The Best of The Price is Right - Vol. 2
Tokyo Pig (Season Set)
Most of these are always in my signature, but I might as well make a formal 2009 wish list post here...
1. [Boris Karloff's] THRILLER
2. T.H.E. CAT
3. [Alfred Hitchcock's] SUSPICION
4. CORONET BLUE
5. THE ALFRED HITCHCOCK HOUR
7. DRAGNET (1950s, legit from Universal, or licensed to Timeless)
8. PANIC! (a.k.a. NO WARNING)
9. WAY OUT
10. BUS STOP
11. THE WESTERNER
12. THE IMMORTAL (1970)
13. DECOY (legit, from Liberation)
14. ULTRA Q
15. RAUMPATROUILLE (SPACE PATROL) ORION
16. THE NEW ADVENTURES OF HUCKLEBERRY FINN (Hanna-Barbera)
17. WORLD OF GIANTS
18. THE BLUE LIGHT
19. JOURNEY TO THE UNKNOWN
20. Q.E.D. (a.k.a. MASTERMIND)
2. THE UNTOUCHABLES
3. MYSTERY SCIENCE THEATER 3000 (specifically DANGER DEATH RAY, SANTA CLAUS, JACK FROST, GIRLS TOWN, IT CONQUERED THE WORLD, THE BRUTE MAN, THE MAGIC VOYAGE OF SINBAD and KITTEN WITH A WHIP)
4. VOYAGE TO THE BOTTOM OF THE SEA (Season 4, Vol. 2)
1. DRAGNET (1960s)
2. ALFRED HITCHCOCK PRESENTS
3. THE FUGITIVE (with the original music)
4. WKRP IN CINCINNATI (with most/all of the original music)
5. LEAVE IT TO BEAVER
6. GET A LIFE! (season sets)
7. MAVERICK (season sets)
8. SCTV (more Early Years + the Cinemax season)
9. BEANY & CECIL
Once and Again - S3
The Adventures of Pete & Pete - S3
A Different World - S2-6
more Logo shows
The Tracey Ullman Show
South of Nowhere - S3
Out of Practice
Well, I'd be happy if I could get two of the following list:
TJ Hooker Season 2 (very little chance)
Fall Guy Season 2 (only slightly more than TJ Hooker)
Bonanza (uncut full season sets put out by a real firm, probably no chance)
Scarecrow and Mrs. King (a chance)
Amazing Race (very doubtful)
Survivor (very doubtful)
would also like
Smurfs Season 2 (no cruddy 5 episode single discs)
Father Dowling Mysteries (no way)
Queen of Swords (better chance of the sun flaring out this year)
Do you think we will see Complete Series sets of New Amsterdam and Women's Murder Club this year?
I would second the need for more Superboy, although Warner didn't like the sales of the season 1 set and has no plans to release the remaining sets at this time.
If you don't mind importing and have a multi-region player, most all of the Power Ranger seasons are available from Amazon.de in Germany. They come to about 40 bucks per set after shipping to the states and I've personally imported the first four seasons (didn't really follow the series past Zeo.) The DVDs come with an English stereo 2.0 track.
Likewise, I've imported some Japanese releases of the Super Sentai series from Amazon.jp complete with English subtitles - although an odd approach is being taken, releasing the earliest incarnations and latest releases and working inward to get to the late 80's/early 90's shows, which unfortantely means ZyuRanger - (the show the original MMPR was based on) - will be one of the last released.