Unreleased SciFi Series on DVD?

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  1. JamesSmith

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    Dear Guys:


    What unreleased scifi programs haven't made it to digital yet?


    Let's see. I recall:


    Starman

    Fantastic Journey

    Captain Power and the Soldiers of the Future

    Fantastic Journey

    Otherworld

    Invisible Man (David McCallum)

    War of the Worlds (2nd Season)

    VR 5

    Man From Atlantis (series)

    Automan



    What else is out there?


    James
     
  2. thetoonguy

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    How about Fantastic Journey? ;)
     
  3. TV_Fan

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    The ones I can think of now are:


    The Powers Of Matthew Star

    The Phoenix

    Hard Time on Planet Earth

    Mysterious Ways
    Werewolf

    Dark Skies

    Something Is Out There

    Project UFO

    Manimal

    Probe


    Sci fi sitcoms:


    Topper

    Jennifer Slept Here

    Out Of This World

    The Ghost & Mrs Muir

    Harry & The Hendersons
     
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    The Immortal

    Future Cop
     
  5. JamesSmith

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    Hmm. . . I forgot Wizards and Warriors.


    James
     
  6. younger1968

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    How about logan's run?


    I love 1977 Logan's Run TV show.
     
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    Cliffhangers (1979)....of the 3 storylines, "The Secret Empire" was the science-fiction element part of that show. I would love to get that show on DVD....my favourite storyline was "The Curse Of Dracula" with Michael Nouri.
     
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    This is one on my list. Maybe someday...... I remember the 3rd story of the trilogy "Stop Susan Williams" from this show.
     
  9. nikkif99uk

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    Can think of quite a few British, Japanese, Australian and North American Shows including lots of animation


    1990 (1977)

    2030 CE (2002)

    8th Man (1965)

    A For Andromeda (1961)

    Adam Adamant Lives! (1966)

    Alien Hunter (2001)

    Alien Racers (2005)

    Alienated (2003)

    Alienators: Evolution Continues (2001) - only movie ever released

    Aliens in the Family (1987)

    Aliens in the Family (1996)

    All Souls (2001)

    Alpha Scorpio (1974)

    Andra (1976)

    Aquarian Age: Sign For Evolution (2002)

    Animorphs (1998)

    Aria the Origination (2008)

    Ark (2009)

    Astro Farm (1992)

    Astronauts (1981)

    Atom Squad (1953)

    Atomic Betty (2004) - Season Sets

    Attack Of the Killer Tomatoes (1990)

    Automan (1983)

    Avenger (2003)

    Avengers (1999)

    Back To the Future (1991)

    Batman (1966)

    Battle Force: Andromeda (2003)

    Battle Programmer Shirase (2003)

    Battletech (1995)

    Beast Wars Second (1998)

    Beyond Westworld (1980)

    Big Guy and Rusty the Robot (1999)

    Biker Mice From Mars (1993) and (2003)

    Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure (1990) and (1992)

    Bionic Six (1987)

    Blue Drop (2007)

    Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo (2003)

    Brats Of the Lost Nebula (1998)

    Broken Toy (2009)

    Buck Rogers (1950)

    Bucky O'Hare and the Toad Wars (1992)

    Bumps In the Night (2009)

    Bureau Of Alien Detectors (1996)

    Burning Zone (1996)

    Buzz Lightyear Of Star Command (2000)

    Cadillacs & Dinosaurs (1991)

    Captain Future (1978)

    Captain Jackson (1999)

    Captain Kremmen (1978)

    Captain Midnight (1954)

    Captain Power and the Soldiers Of Fortune (1987)

    Captain Simian and the Space Monkeys (1996)

    Captain Star (1997)

    Captain Video and His Cartoon Rangers (1956)

    Captain Video and His Video Rangers (1949)

    Captain Z-Ro (1955)

    Captain Zep - Space Detective (1983)

    Century City (2004)

    Challenge of the GoBots (1984)

    Cinderella Boy (2003)

    City Beneath the Sea (1962)

    Clone (2008)

    Cloud Burst (1974)

    Codename: Eternity (1999)

    Colonel Bleep (1957)

    Come Back Mrs Noah (1977)

    Demon's Destiny: The Lone Warrior (2007)

    An Englishman's Castle (1978)

    Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon (2003)

    Seven Days (1998)

    Wat Out (1961)


    will add more to the list later
     
  10. Radioman970

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    There was a Westworld TV series. (oops, listed above as Beyond Westworld")

    Many Dr. Who episodes are waiting for releases.
     
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    Yeah, but at least the Doctor Who episodes WILL see release. It'll take until 2012, but they will get a DVD release.


    My wishlist pretty much consists of Exosquad. I'd love to get my hands on the second season.
     
  12. Guest

    gemini man and the invisible man are two sci fi shows that haven;t been released
     
  13. Radioman970

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    True true. Dr. Who doesn't belong here.


    We're probably getting Johnny Sokko & his Flying Robot, but I'd also like to see something more official and higher quality for all these sci-fi rubber monster fests:

    1. Ultraman english dubbed. I have no interest in a Japanese language version but rather the one I grew up with: dubbed with original, and yes less visually exciting, opening sequence! Better sound, video that plays back smoothly and forget the extra scenes! At least let me turn them off. Include any Japanese stuff as extras. I'm just waiting to rebuy this one since I can't get the BCI release to playback smoothly. Very poorly done release that got great reviews.


    2. Spectreman dubbed. I don't think this ever got a release here. NOt sure about Japan.

    3. Space Giants dubbed.
     
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    second season of "The Invisible Man" (SciFi Channel,Vincent Ventresca, Paul Ben-Victor)


    The Chronicle (also SciFi Channel)
     
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    What about Science-Fiction Theatre?
     
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    Men Into Space

    Salvage One

    Space Patrol
     
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    Mann and Machine

    Far Out Flying Oddballs

    Lost Saucer


    James
     
  19. Nebiroth

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    I'd like to see


    Logan's Run

    Fantastic Journey

    The Invisible Man

    Captain Power

    Project UFO

    Fantastic Voyage (animated)

    The Changes

    1984

    Doomwatch


    Incidentally all the existing episodes of Adam Adamant Lives! and A For Andromeda (plus the sequel, The Andromeda Breakthrough) are already available here in the UK


    Also, if the Space Patrol mentioned is the little known puppet series then that too was available here in the UK, but is sadly out of print; it was re-issued recently but as a time-limited website exclusive. They are releasing two BluRay episodes of it though....
     
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    I am sure there are a few for me, but the show that has been on my mind lately was the short-lived Freakylinks. Anyone else remember/enjoy that show?
     

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