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20th century fox TV archives MOD program

Discussion in 'TV on DVD and Blu-ray' started by Wonderfrog68, Aug 22, 2014.

  1. Wonderfrog68

    Wonderfrog68 Member

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    What would you like Fox to release now they are interested in releasing classic TV series?
    Peyton Place-complete series would be at the top of my list:
    There's hope for The Ghost and Mrs. Muir (released in Australia) and Anna and The King (released in Germany)
    Automan and Manimal have both been released in the UK.

    [*]Crusade in Europe (1949)
    [*]The 20th Century Fox Hour (1955–1957)
    [*]My Friend Flicka (1956–1958)
    [*]Broken Arrow (1956–1960)
    [*]Man Without a Gun (1957–1959)
    [*]How to Marry a Millionaire (1957–1959)
    [*]Five Fingers (1959–1960)
    [*]Adventures in Paradise (1959–1962)
    [*]Hong Kong (1960–1961)
    [*]Follow the Sun (1961–1962)
    [*]Bus Stop (1961–1962)
    [*]Margie (1961–1962)
    [*]Peyton Place (1964–1969)
    [*]Valentine's Day (1964–1965)
    [*]Twelve O'Clock High (1964–1967)
    [*]The Legend of Jesse James (1965–1966)
    [*]The Long, Hot Summer (1965–1966)
    [*]The Loner (1965–1966)
    [*]Blue Light (1966)
    [*]The Monroes (1966–1967)
    [*]The Man Who Never Was (1966–1967)
    [*]The Tammy Grimes Show (1966)
    [*]The Green Hornet (1966–1967)
    [*]Felony Squad (1966–1969)
    [*]Custer (1967)
    [*]Judd for the Defense (1967–1969)
    [*]Julia (1968–1971)
    [*]The Ghost & Mrs. Muir (1968–1970)
    [*]Lancer (1968–1970)
    [*]Journey to the Unknown (1968)
    [*]Room 222 (1969–1974)
    [*]Bracken's World (1969–1970)
    [*]The Desperate Mission (1969)
    [*]Nanny and the Professor (1970–1971)
    [*]The Best of Everything (1970) (Based on the 1959 movie by 20th Century Fox)
    [*]Here Come the Double Deckers! (1970–1971) (co-production with the BBC)
    [*]Arnie (1970–1972)
    [*]Circus (1971–1973)
    [*]Cade's Country (1971–1972)
    [*]Return to Peyton Place (1972–1974)
    [*]Anna and the King (1972)
    [*]The New Perry Mason (1973–1974)
    [*]ABC's Wide World of Entertainment (1973–1976)
    [*]Great Mysteries (1973)
    [*]The Starlost (1973)
    [*]Run, Joe, Run (1974)
    [*]Dinah! (1974)
    [*]Fred Astaire Salutes the Fox Musicals (1974)
    [*]Karen (1975)
    [*]Oil Strike North (1975)
    [*]The Swiss Family Robinson (1975–1976)
    [*]That's Hollywood (1977–1978)[6]
    [*]ABC Weekend Special (1977–1997; select episodes)
    [*]Loves Me, Loves Me Not (1977)
    [*]Young Dan'l Boone (1977)
    [*]James at 15 (1977–1978)
    [*]Husbands, Wives & Lovers (1978)
    [*]The Paper Chase (1978–1979)
    [*]W.E.B. (1978)
    [*]Dance Fever (1979–1987)
    [*]Billy (1979)
    [*]Trapper John, M.D. (1979–1986)
    [*]The Starlost (1980) (mini)
    [*]Hagen (1980)
    [*]The Monte Carlo Show (1980)
    [*]Breaking Away (1980–1981)
    [*]The Fall Guy (1981–1986) (co-production with Glen A. Larson Productions)
    [*]All-American Ultra Quiz (1981)
    [*]Jessica Novack (1981)
    [*]9 to 5 (1982–1983 on ABC, 1986–1988 in Syndication)
    [*]It's Not Easy (1983)
    [*]AfterMASH (1983–1984)
    [*]Emerald Point N.A.S. (1983–1984)
    [*]Trauma Center (1983)
    [*]Manimal (1983)
    [*]Masquerade (1983–1984)
    [*]Automan (1983–1984)
    [*]Hammer House of Mystery and Suspense (1984)
    [*]Cover Up (1984–1985)
    [*]Mr. Belvedere (1985–1990)
    [*]Half Nelson (1985)
    [*]Charlie & Company (1985–1986)
    [*]Fathers and Sons (1986)
    [*]Tender is the Night (1985) (mini)
    [*]Spearfield's Daughter (1986) (mini)
    [*]Dream Girl, U.S.A. (1986–1987)
    [*]The Wizard (1986–1987)
    [*]Small Wonder (1985–1989) (after acquiring Metromedia)
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  2. Ian K McLachlan

    Ian K McLachlan Well-Known Member

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    Here Come the Double Deckers has been released in the UK.I would particularly like to see - Journey to the Unknown, Nanny and the Professor, My Friend Flicka, Peyton Place, The Green Hornet, Adventures in Paradise.
     
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    Not familiar with a lot of this stuff like Bus Stop which I see mentioned around here from time to time, although I'm sure several gems are in there if I found some episodes to check out.

    So I'd be interested in The Ghost & Mrs. Muir and Trapper John. Don't really care for 12 O'Clock High and a few of the other big ones.

    Swiss Family Robinson sounds interesting. I've never seen an episode, but I'd take a chance on that one. Also curious about After M*A*S*H, but I suspect I won't care for it.
     
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    I'd like to see some of their acquired libraries like Four Star (Burke's Law, The Rogues, and others) and MTM (The Tony Randall Show and others) receive some attention.
     
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    I'd definitely like The Ghost and Mrs. Muir, Twelve O'clock High, The Green Hornet, The New Perry Mason, and a recent FX show that only lasted one season Lights Out.
     
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    Green Acres 4-6, the final seasons of Mr. Ed, Mr. Belvedere, and Rhoda... and maybe S1 of Rhoda, uncut.

    Granted, I'd rather see Shout finish these series off in a non-MoD format, but whatever it takes to get them out.

    Also, St. Elsewhere, Phyllis, White Shadow, Fame...
     
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    I do not want the kings of music replacements to touch any of this programs with a ten-foot-pole.

    After they got away with butchering The Fall Guy, they should just let other studios handle them.
     
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    Green Hornet
    Journey to the Center of the Earth (animated)
    Custer
    Felony Squad

    Thanks for the list. Very helpful.
     
  9. Kasey

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    Of all the studios, Fox has the least properties I am wanting, but I'd be in for Phyllis, S5 of Rhoda, 9 to 5, Green Acres and perhaps Julia.
     
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    There are a lot of possibilities here, especially if you add the Four Star and MTM shows that are either unfinished or unreleased. I'd love to have Burke's Law, The Loner, and The Green Hornet.There are many shows I have never seen on this list that I'm sure are very good.I hope Fox sticks with this instead of the abandonment we've seen from other studios (CBS, Sony, Universal).
     
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    Where did you hear that they are going to be releasing classic TV series again?
     
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    Read the Daniel Boone thread. It seems like something else will be released or why the new name?
     
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    According to TV Shows on DVD:"As DVD releases of older TV programs move more and more off of traditionally manufactured ("pressed") discs and onto manufacture on demand ("MOD") discs, the folks at Fox Home Entertainment are launching their own "20th Century Fox TV Archives" label, a program for them to put out MOD releases for their vast catalog of classic television shows."

    I'm pushing for Bracken's World!
     
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    My top ten picks in order for what I'd want them to release:Burke's LawThe RoguesRoom 222Twelve O'Clock HighGhost And Mrs. MuirThe Man Who Never WasThe Green HornetAnna And The KingSwiss Family RobinsonAnd one open slot!
     
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    Margie ,
    Man Without A Gun,
    Adventures In Paradise,
    My Friend Ficka ,
    Hong Kong ,
    Broken Arrow ,
    The Loner,
    How To Marry A Millionaire,
    Follow the Sun ,
    Valentines Day
    Room 222,
    Swiss Family Robinson ,
    Ghost And Mrs Muir,
    Judd For The Defense,
    possibly others.
     
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    A helpful Fox list there, from it I'll push for: Hagen, Lancer, Oil Strike North, Hong Kong, Masquerade, The Fall Guy, Twelve O'Clock High, Journey to the Unknown, Judd for the Defense, The Wizard, Breaking Away, W.E.B., Legend of Jesse James and Trapper John M.D. Those would have my immediate interest.
     
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    FELONY SQUAD was a pretty good quick moving cop show with good action and shoot-outs. The last episode aired was a crossover with JUDD FOR THE DEFENSE.I remember reading some of the publicity for Felony Squad when it premiered. It was originally pitched as a twice-a-week hybrid cop/soap opera which would have also featured the detectives families.This twice-a-week approach fit in with what FOX and ABC were doing with BATMAN and PEYTON PLACE.
     
  18. Robert13

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    Where will they be selling these???I'd definitely be in for:

    "9 to 5" (surprised they haven't released that already - to capitalize on the movie and musical)
    "Trapper John, M.D."
    "Julia""Automan"

    all definites!!
     
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    Bus Stop!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
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    I only want to say thanks 20th Century Fox for giving the fans of your TV series a great deal of hope.

    Pascal,

    Thanks for that great list that you created for all of us Fox TV Series Fans.

    Peyton Place 50th Anniversary release would be so cool!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
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