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Discussion in 'TV on DVD and Blu-ray' started by Neil Brock, May 22, 2012.
But will BARECATS include the pilot movie?
I hope the pilot movie is included .
I'm getting that Rod Taylor rarity for sure. Another obscure road series I can dream to see coming from them, is Movin' On (1974 and 1972 pilot) with Claude Akins and Frank Converse.
This is my fault, because nothing is going right for me this year. SFT was the only one I wanted so it doesn't surprise me that it's the one that won't happen. I'm wondering what snags could develop on an almost 60-year-old television series. Do the rights holders honestly think they could get a better deal?
Maybe it's more of a problem with usable elements?
I'm thinking there were elements issues on those. I remember seeing them for sale on a "gray market" site before and the claim was the masters were lost and all that was available were the handful of episodes collectors had recorded. Now could this have been their way of selling their product and the original elements actually exist? Possible.
Peter Rogers Org. Has the TV Syndication rights on MOVIN' ON and they are currently airing on the RTV Network.
Thanks. It's been several years since I had thought about the show and I suppose that claim was made by the particular site to sell THEIR copies.
I know both "Name of the Game" & "The Bold Ones" were mentioned in this thread. I wondered if there were any updates. Unlikely I know.
Anyone have any inside info on if Timeless plans to release Season 2 and 3 of Tombstone Territory before the end of the year or will it be next year or not at all? Season 2 had only 12 episodes before the show went syndicated in Season 3 for another full season. So I figure Season 2 and 3 would be released together. I've enjoyed this blind buy much more than I thought I would,
Man, it seems the Timeless releases have dropped to a trickle of previous years, maybe they have just mined most of what is available to them. I would still like to see them re-release seasons 3&4 of Laramie with better elements that they supposedly have found.
I really hope Timeless comes through with a complete series release of The Rebel with uncut episodes.
I'm kind of breaking my self-imposed silence when it comes to such information, but... I've heard rumblings of both these for some time now but yet we haven't had official release news for either yet. I think elements may be an issue, but I honestly can't remember what was shared with me some time back. All I can say is we'll have to keep our fingers crossed. I'd certainly be interested in both new transfers/sets for Laramie S3/S4 and The Rebel.
Gary "unfortunately I do think the takeover of Timeless from Shout a while back is finally taking its toll in a negative way (which is what many of us feared from the very beginning)" O.
Hopefully TGG will release more B&W TV sets (their latest being RIPCORD)
No deal in place yet but the research has been completed on music clearances so it is getting closer to becoming a reality.
These would be terrific, and given the excellent and quick work Timeless did with The Virginian, they are ideally suited to The Name of the Game.
Gene Barry, Tony Franciosa, Robert Stack... all gone now. Sad. I loved "Name of the Game" as a kid. I wonder if they have to get a clearance from "People" magazine.
Wonderful, give them an excuse NOT to release the certain episodes!(Even if it pre-dates the real Magazine by several years) *face-palm*
NOTG has a 2-part third season episode which takes place in Las Vegas and is essentially nothing but music performances. I wouldn't hold my breath on seeing that one any time soon, even if they do release the series.
Has anyone picked up the MacKenzie's Raiders set? Comments on the quality of the transfers?