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Discussion in 'TV on DVD and Blu-ray' started by Joseph Burns, Oct 14, 2010.

  1. Joseph Burns

    Joseph Burns Well-Known Member

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    The Blu-Ray review of The Last of the Mohicans reminded me of this short-lived series starring Lee Horsely and Lynda Carter. It had a limited release on VHS years ago, but has languished when it comes to DVD.

    Has anyone heard of a particular holdup? Or is it simply too small potatoes?
     
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  3. Joseph Burns

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    Thank you, Willard. Recent news, even. I visited TVShowsonDVD right before posting, but the Hawkeye page didn't have the info. I guess that was quite a news dump they got from the interview. Glad this series will be available — and inexpensive, too!
     
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    I thought this was about the John Hart/Lon Chaney Jr. series from 1957.
     
  5. Guest

    I enjoyed the series, taped it off the air, and just got the dvd set. Unfortunately I tossed my vhs copies before getting the dvd so, I can't go back and check. Does anyone know what the original running times for the episodes were? On dvd they are clocking in at 42 minutes!
     
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    is this show worth purchasing? I originally look at the series at few months ago and it look interesting. I welcome people's feedback!!
     
  7. Guest

    I enjoyed it when it originally aired so that's why I bought it on dvd. If you're a fan or Lee Horsley or Lynda Carter, it's worth getting.
     

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