Ghostbusters tv show dvd?

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  1. jacob w k

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    With every new show being released on it seems being released on dvd now has anyone heard of the old Ghostbusters cartoon being released on dvd. I would love to see those old shows and relive my childhood somewhat.
     
  2. Matt Stone

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    I'd probably buy it myself...it was a favorite on Saturday mornings when I was a kid.
     
  3. Todd Terwilliger

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    Don't you mean "The Real Ghostbusters"? [​IMG]
    I also used to love this cartoon. Let's hope it makes it to DVD.
     
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    I'd probably buy The Real Ghostbusters on DVD (I watch this show during the 1980's) but only if released on DVD in season-by-season format.
     
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    I'd buy all of The Real Ghostbusters episodes on DVD, with no hesitation at all. Funny this thread pop up today, since this week I've been re-acquainting myself with episodes of the show, and I'm remembering how excellent it was. Many of the episodes were wonderfully written, and with pretty clever writing for a youth-oriented program. It's terrific, even watching them now. While it's a lot different from the movie, it's outstanding on its own, and one of my favorite cartoons from when I was younger. I'd love for Columbia/TriStar to release some DVDs, I'm sure these would sell better than many of the other animated shows of the 80s which have come to DVD.
     
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    The only episode which really sticks out with me is the one with the boogie man who moves in between childrens' bedrooms through their closets. I remember watching The Real Ghostbusters religiously every Saturday morning until Peter's voice changed and Slimer became a prominent Ghostbuster. I sorta lost interest then, but I'd love to see them all again.
     
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  8. jacob w k

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    60 epsiodes! That must have been a long season.
     
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    Yes, Season 2 was long - 65 episodes! Nearly half of the entire show aired that fall, when it was running daily.
    Here's an episode guide: http://epguides.com/RealGhostbusters/
    There were 140 episodes altogether, and while season sets might not be very convenient (Season 7 has 4 episodes, Season 4 has just 8)...they could just put together 4 box sets of 4 discs each, chronologically, and I'd be thrilled. [​IMG] [​IMG]
     

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