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TV SERIES WE NEED TO SEE on DVD

Discussion in 'TV on DVD and Blu-ray' started by Anthony Anderso, Sep 3, 2003.

  1. Anthony Anderso

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    Well, even though TV Series are being issued on DVD (SAVED BY THE BELL, SOAP, MASH, etc.) there are sooooo many that have yet to see the light of day or even get an honorable mention. Hey how about:

    MAN FROM ATLANTIS - 1977 Patrick (DALLAS) Duffy
    HARDY BOYS/NANCY DREW MYSTERIES - 1977-78
    LAND OF THE LOST - Full TV Series (all 3 seasons)
    TALES OF THE GOLD MONKEY - 1982 with Stephen Collins
    SIX MILLION DOLLAR MAN - 1970's with Lee majors
    VOYAGERS! - 1982 with Jon Hexum
    LOGAN'S RUN - 1978 with Gregory Harrison
    AMERICAN GOTHIC - 1997 - Sam Raimi with Gary Cole
    V - THE SERIES - we got the Mini-Series, how about the series?
    ROBOCOP - The TV series kept the twisted humor of the first film!
    THE CROW - It did surface in Japan on DVD, but US please!
    STARMAN - With Robert (AIRPLANE) Hays
    BEAUTY & THE BEAST - Republic Pictures? Are you awake?

    There are so many more, any more to add to the mix?

    ToNy
     
  2. John_Berger

    John_Berger Well-Known Member

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    The original Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
    Buck Rogers (Gil Gerard and [​IMG] Erin Gray)

    but the two that I want on DVD more than anything...

    DANGER MOUSE
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    SAM AND MAX: FREELANCE POLICE
     
  3. Jeff Kleist

    Jeff Kleist Well-Known Member

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    We'll get Tick years before Disney figures out Sam & Max.
     
  4. John_Berger

    John_Berger Well-Known Member

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    Disney doesn't own Sam and Max. Nelvana (Canada) produced and animated those and owns the rights to them from what I understand.

    I've already sent e-mail to Nelvana saying that this is the PERFECT time to release Sam and Max on DVD since LucasArts is coming out with the "what-the-f**k-took-so-long" video game sequel in a few months.
     
  5. Jeff_HR

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    "Hill Street Blues" & "St Elsewhere"!!!! [​IMG]
     
  6. Bill Williams

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    Some other series I wouldn't mind seeing on DVD:

    Max Headroom - including the original 60-minute pilot film from Britain, all 13 episodes of the ABC series, and other extras
    V: The Series - all 19 episodes in one box set
    Philip Marlowe, Private Eye - the 1980's HBO series with Powers Boothe as Philip Marlowe, all 11 episodes, this was a good one I liked
    Police Squad! - six episodes, one disc, no-brainer [​IMG]

    and the following Superman-themed series:

    Lois and Clark: The New Adventures of Superman
    Superboy / The Adventures of Superboy - with both the 1988 pilot with deleted scenes and the original 1961 pilot (with the screen tests)

    and the granddaddy of them all:

    The Adventures of Superman - with the original pilot film "Superman and the Mole Men", the rarely seen segment "Stamp Day for Superman", the A&E Biography on George Reeves, and the Kellogg's commercials [​IMG]
     
  7. Chris

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    Quantum Leap (all episodes)
    Above & Beyond
    LA Law
    Star Trek: The Animated Series
     
  8. Phil L

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    Millennium
    Strange Luck
    EZ Streets
     
  9. Tommy G

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    Kolchak: The Night Stalker as well as the complete series of that british comedy team in my sig.
    [​IMG]
     
  10. Chris Joyner

    Chris Joyner Well-Known Member

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    Seinfeld
    Kids in the Hall
    Saturday Night Live
    Sidekicks (Remenber that show with Ernie Reyes Jr.?)
    The Flash
     
  11. todd s

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    Here we go again... [​IMG]

    -The Flash
    -Any Superman show
    -Space: Above & Beyond
    -Pretender
    -Vengeance Unlimited
    -Quantum Leap
    -New Twilight Zone
    -Mission Impossible (old & new)
    -Equalizer
    -Spenser for Hire
    -Harsh Realm
    -Wild Wild West
    -Kung Fu (old & new) (I heard it might be coming)
    -Knots Landing (The only show my wife wants)
     
  12. Jonny P

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    - Tales of the Gold Monkey
    - A-Team
    - Jason of Star Command (anyone remember this Saturday morning favorite in the late 70s?)
    - Buck Rogers
    - Magnum P.I.
    - Airwolf
    - Dukes of Hazzard (it could be a sweet set)
    - Action! (starring Jay Mohr)
    - thirtysomething
    - Adventures of Briscoe County Jr.
    - Knight Rider
    - CHiPs
    - Seinfeld
    - Miami Vice
    - Lois and Clark: The New Adventures of Superman
     
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    The Munsters
    Get Smart
    Batman
    Seinfeld

    (at the top of my list)
     
  14. Jeff Kleist

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    Dukes is coming
     
  15. Kevin_M_M

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    Can I get some Wonder Years season sets please?

    And, (I know, you can booo me or whatever) I wouldn't mind seeing some 90210 season sets as well.
     
  16. Craig: Mclaren

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    You know I want Miami Vice [​IMG] [​IMG]

    also-

    The Equalizer
    Millenmum
    The A-Team
    Starsky and Hutch

    then I can die happy. [​IMG]
     
  17. Dan Rudolph

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    I would be on Sam and Max like the network on the cancel button.
     
  18. Patrick McCart

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    The Weird Al Show would be a good one. There's only one season with 13 episodes. A 2-disc set would neatly hold the show...perhaps Al could even record commentaries.

    Not really TV series, but we need the documentary miniseries "Hollywood." The tapes are going out of print and the laserdisc is extremely difficult to find.
     
  19. Matt_P

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    Space: Above and Beyond

    and of course....BOOMTOWN!
     
  20. Jeff Kleist

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    Fox has hinted that SAAB will come eventually

     

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