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Any Chance for a Vol 2 of "Mary Hartman Mary Hartman"?

Discussion in 'TV on DVD and Blu-ray' started by John DeAngelis, Apr 28, 2008.

  1. John DeAngelis

    John DeAngelis Well-Known Member

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    I just finished watching Volume 1 and throughly enjoyed it. Is there any news of a possible Volume 2? It's been just over a year since the Volume 1 release.
     
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    Maybe. But there is no way on Earth that Sony will release the whole series.
    I returned my set when I found out it was edited.
     
  3. John DeAngelis

    John DeAngelis Well-Known Member

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    I can understand your being upset the edits. I'm happy to focus on what's on the DVDs, and am similarly okay with a partial release--I might die before I got around to watching all the episodes anyway! [​IMG]

    Anybody else hoping for a Volume 2?
     
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    it's Sony, nuff said. The company that will make the fans wait 4-5 years between sets. Even if they do finish Mary Hartman, our great-grandchildren would be dead by the time the last episodes are released.
     
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    I would love if they came out with mary hartman volume 2. Iv'e been looking for it everywhere.
     
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    The only chance is if Sony sells the video rights to another studio. This recently happened when Universal sold "Thriller" to Image Entertainment. I would really love to see the Martin Mull episodes. I think they were the most realistic dipiction of a Wife/Child abuser that I have ever seen. The way his character acted like he was the victim and his Wife and kid were the ones with the problem is so common with those types.
     
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    Yes I do remember those eps and would like to see them again, Mull did such a good job he was asked back as the brother of Wife Beater Garth Gimble, Barth for Fernwood Tonight. If nothing else why isn't this series showing somewhere. Why isn't there a good Nostalgia Channel anymore.
     
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    This should have been a Shout! Factory release, although I don't know whether they will see "Peyton Place", another serial, through to completion either.

    I hope they get Fernwood 2Night and America 2Night, too. That show should has a god-given right to be on DVD.
     
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    It's too bad there aren't anymore nostalgia channels (TV land is now a bad joke). In the the 90's when it debuted it was the best channel around. They showed Bilko, Mr. Ed, Green Acres, The Westerner, Honey West etc.. all uncut. Now they seem to show Three's Company plus a few reality shows 24 hours a day. We get 67 Home Shopping Network channels on DirecTV, but very little classic television.
     
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    Sony won't finish shows like All in the Family and The Jeffersons. There's no way in the world they'll ever do more Mary Hartman Mary Hartman.
     

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