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Discussion in 'TV on DVD and Blu-ray' started by Ronald Epstein, Jul 6, 2009.
Any episode information?
Thanks Ron... I just recently got the vol. 1 sets for Father's Day. So I must have the vol. 2 sets to go with them!
Oooh, 1970's "friendly" Tom and Jerry. Be still my beating heart.
If we don't get any Looney Tunes on DVD next year, I will never buy another Warner DVD again.
I can't wait to see the list of cartoons for this set. At first glance, it looks like there is no Scooby Doo show. With the 1960's set, I would think they could put Huck and Yogi on there to help raise awareness of their box sets so they can sell more like they did with the Jetsons and Top Cat. I see Touche Turtle so I hope Lippy the Lion and Wally Gator will be on the 1960's set as well. I am pleased to see "Inch High Private Eye" and "Help! It's the Hair Bear Bunch." The theme song from "Hair Bear Bunch" is very catchy.
Is it me or does it seem like these collections will be the only way we'll see some of these series on DVD?
YES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! New Tom & Jerry Info Site!
Ok, first post in HTF 2.0, lets see how it goes. LOL Episodes for 1960's Vol. 2:
Johnny Cypher in Dimension Zero:
Attack from Out of Space
Rhom Super Criminal
The Eye of Ramapoor
Peter Potamus: Fe Fi Fo Fun
Flintstones: The Flintstones Flyer
The Porky Pig Show:
Frankenstein Jr. & The Impossibles:
The Shocking Electric Monster
Adventures of Aquaman:
Menace of the Blanc Manta
The Rampaging Reptile-Men
The Return of Nepto
The Beaked People
The Raider Apes
Space Ghost & Dino Boy
The Heat Thing
The Worm People
Superman: The Force Phantom
A Date with Jet Screamer
The Road Runner Show:
Chili con Carne
Magilla Gorilla: Gridiron Gorilla
Tom & Jerry Show:
No Bones About It
An Ill Wind
Johnny Cipher in Dimension Zero was an awesome cartoon. I am shocked and excited to see it included. It looks like a really good collection for vol. 2. I would still like to see some of these cartoons released as complete series.
I don't think that listing of the shows for the 60's set is correct. First of all, Touche Turtle is on the cover but there is no mention of his cartoon(s) anywhere in the list. Also, Tom & Jerry are on the 1970's volume, not the 1960's.
That's not a bad list, but I saw Samson from Young Samson on the cover. Is there any episodes involving it.
lack of Banana Splits better mean they are going to put it out as a big solo release - especially with the CN relaunch
just saw it's going on the 70s set
Edited by Corey3rd - 7/7/2009 at 08:12 pm GMT
From the seventies cover, I'm guessing Help! It's the Hair Bear Bunch, Inch High Private Eye, Sealab 2020, Shazzan, Valley of the Dinosaurs.
That's a pretty good line up for volume 2 of the series, I hope Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kids still make it.
I'm not too sure about the contents listing of the sixties set is right either. I see a Superman listing, but it's not in the right "spot." and no mention of the David character that is on the box art. Oh well. Here's hoping there's a volume three. ---James
List of both sets episodes at TVShowsonDVD.
The lists don't match the covers.
'60s boxset lists Tom & Jerry, but they're on the '70s cover
also '70s cover has Sealab and inch high private eye, but there's no episodes listed
Some of the listings for both these Vol 2 60's and the 70's sets were already on the volume 1 sets.
Got to be a mix up. I remember the first press release for the volume one dvd had shows
listed that were not on the DVD when released. Looks like the same mistake again on this
If this set doesn't include: Help! It's the Hair Bear Bunch, Inch High Private Eye, Sealab 2020, and Valley of the Dinosaurs, like is shown on the cover art, I'm going to be very disappointed.
I want more unreleased shows.
They also have an episode of the Jetsons on both sets they have episode 2 on the 60's set and episode 3 on the 70's set. And Jetsons only went that first year in the early 60's and then did not go to season 2 until the 80's so not sure why they would have it on the 70's set.
I watched the online preview and it brings up more questions than answers. For example, they show Mr. Bigot from “Yogi’s Gang” as one of the villains featured. Touché Turtle, Lippy the Lion and Wally Gator are all in the trailer. On the box cover art is “Inch High Private Eye”. The listing says that Scooby Doo is on the set but there is no picture of him. I wish they would put an episode each from “The Huckleberry Hound Show” and “The Yogi Bear Show” on the 1960’s set to help promote those box sets like they have done with Magilla Gorilla, Hong Kong Phooey, The Jetsons, Batman and Top Cat. With all of that said, though, I can’t wait for these new sets no matter what is on them. They look fun.