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Discussion in 'TV on DVD and Blu-ray' started by Keith Paynter, Jun 6, 2006.
Somebody please ask about Third Watch since I never get picked.
MAX HEADROOM!!!! Someone please ask on MAX!
Warner said its under consideration.
That sounds great. I loved watching this show when I was younger.
Hoping it maybe comes out by early next year. I'm sure sales would be good as long as it was priced right.
I asked about Max, no plans as of right now. sorry
I really hope they finish Huckleberry Hound, the first volume was great. Hopefully more people take notice so we can have a volume two.
Damn! Still no plans for Max Headroom! It's my holy grail! Thanks for hosting the chat, Ron!
Thanks Keith for putting all the details together. It was much appreciated by us late comers.
Chee. I forgot about the chat. Well, someone asked about Perfect Strangers anyway. I might have asked about Enos, but I already asked the last time and it was to be considered.
Clarify the Supernatural comment, please. They confirmed it will have all the music? That's what I get from the summary above.
Thanks for the post.
Greg - the word from Warner was that it will contain the original music.
Glad to hear that they are evaluating Tiny Toons (I just hope that they do something with it!!!).
I also forgot about the chat tonight but most of the things got asked.
I wish that the other studios would do this type of thing.
I'm surprised I was lucky enough to manage to get a question in while doing the mini-transcription. If you check the full length transcript you'll find it's long-winded but passionate about WB's WWII- era cartoons, hoping they can be thematically presented (like Disney's set) in the PC world we ('re forced to) live in...
I avoided redundant questions as much as possible butdated the notes as WB provided further info (except on everybody's bane of the chat, Everwood!)
I was wondering where the official transcript for the chat was posted, but I just found it at the very top of the page. Great job on the chat, guys!
Carlos, that's not offical, just a quick summary as it happened, meant to help those who came late. Ron & Parker will have the official transcript ready for posting and it will be available on The Digital Bits and Gord Lacey's TVSHOWSONDVD website. The thread is meant to be the source for post-chat discussion.
only real good news of the evening was Mama's Family, but knowing Warner and how they abandon all sitcoms that aren't called Friends nor have someone who wound up becoming a huge star (Fresh Prince, Full House), I know it'll wind up getting abandoned after season 1 anyhoo
No future plans for "Growing Pains"? Guess S1 didn't sell so well. That can't bode well for the future of that series, or "Just the Ten of Us" for that matter. :-/
My Holy Grail too!! At least someone asked about it, I couldn't be there...
I'm glad that I was able to get my question in. I really am waiting for "Tiny Toon Adventures". Their answer was a little vague, though. My fingers are crossed. I mean, this was the show that started it all for the Silver Age. With the exception of the "preachy episodes", it was very well-written and I'm surprised that they couldn't give more of a defined answer.
I'm really hoping for a more definitive answer sometime soon.
Did the Warners Brothers representatives specifically address the issue of THE MAN FROM U.N.C.L.E. (NBC 1964-68) DVD release pertaining to Anchor Bay Entertainment?
Is this distribution company going to proceed with a first season (1964-65) DVD release in July as (officially) announced or not?!
Why can't a similar online questions-and-answers session with Paramount Pictures Home Entertainment also be arranged?
It's high time that we finally learned about just what is the current status of THE INVADERS (ABC 1967-68) tv series and whether a DVD release is pending or not.