Short-lived and Cancelled TV series on DVD

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  1. Jon Baker

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    Shows like "James at 15", "Cop Rock", "Palmerstown U.S.A.", "Gemeni Man", "Hello Larry", "Private Eye", "The Oldest Rookie", "B.A.D. Cats", and "Small Wonder"

    Can anyone think of any short-lived or cancelled TV shows you'd love to own on DVD.

    They released "Tabitha" so anything is possible.
     
  2. Pete Battista

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    There is many short lived series I would love to have...
    - Birds of Prey
    - Black Sash (Martial Arts series)
    - Brimstone
    - Jake 2.0
    - John Doe
    - The Jury
    - LAX
    - Listen Up
    - Medical Investigation
    - Misfits of Science
    - Tremors: The Series
    - Werewolf
    - Wolf Lake
    And that is just to name a few! I am sure there is many more I can't think of right now! [​IMG]
     
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    Fernwood 2-Night
     
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    Mr. Broadway (1964) w. Craig Stevens

    It's a Man's World (1962) w. Glenn Corbett

    The Reporter (1964) w. Harry Guardino

    For the People (1965) w. William Shatner

    those are a few half-season tv-series I'd love to see released.
     
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    Brooklyn Bridge!
     
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    Id take Quark, Logan's Run, Fantastic Journey, Automan, Man From Atlantis, not to mention Ark II, Jason of Star Command, and Space Academy. How is that for a geek boy list?
     
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    I'd absolutely love to see:
    "The Yellow Rose"
    "Born Free"
    "Tenspeed & Brown Shoe"
    "The Sixth Sense"
    "The Mississippi"
    -Is that too much to ask ? [​IMG]
    I can't be the only one...
     
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    Not only do I have... but I actually really enjoyed Tabitha [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
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    I can't really think of any short-lived show from the 60s that I would not buy. Same goes for the early 70s, up until like 1974 or so. TV was so much better then IMO, even the bellow par shows I enjoyed more than the stuff that came after it.
     
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    Small Wonder? I'd rather have My Living Doll than that...unfortunately, I understand only a few episodes of that are still in existance so we'll likely never see that.
     
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    "Mr. T & Tina"

    "Holmes & Yoyo"

    "The Man From Atlantis"

    "Flying High"
     
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    West Point Story
    Captain Nice
    Mr. Terrific
     
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    The Invisible Man (1975 version)

    Logan's Run

    Salvage 1

    My Life and Welcome To it (never seen it, heard many great things about it)

    Wait 'till Your Father Gets Home (not really a good show, but interesting as a forerunner of todays's 'toons with adult themes)
     
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    The Brady Brides (has a chance, since it's an official "Brady Bunch" knock-off, with the original cast).

    Good Vs. Evil (good Teri Garr sitcom from the creators of Soap; 11 filmed and only 6 aired).

    Second Noah (a family of 8 adopted kids--who were actually all very talented young actors, by the way--and mom's a zoo veterinarian. I loved this show!)
     
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    Street Hawk

    Automan

    Manimal

    Emerald Point N.A.S.

    Cover Up
     
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    Edit:
    Nevermind... This is being looked at according to the bugs thread... BTW... is there a way to delete posts in this new version of the forum? Could be useful.:p
     
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    My World and Welcome To It

    Invisible Man - David McCallum show

    The Magician - Bill Bixby show
     
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