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TV Shows you want on DVD but highly doubt they'll come out.

Discussion in 'TV on DVD and Blu-ray' started by Matt_Troop, Jun 2, 2005.

  1. MartyG

    MartyG Member

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    "RoboCop: The Series" (1994)
    "TailSpin" (early 90's)
    "Street Hawk" (1985)
    "Blue Thunder" (1984)
    "Viper" (1994-1999)
     
  2. todd s

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    Well they released Punky Brewster and Harsh Realm. So every show is possible.

    My list:

    -Vengeance Unlimited (a bad ass Equalizer show w/Michael Madsen)
    -Special Unit 2
    -Freakylinks
    -Seven Days
    -The Strip
    -Exosquad (cartoon)
    -Jake 2.0
    -Equalizer
    -Mission Impossible (80's version)
    -Untouchables (90's version)
    -ARK 2
    -Voyagers!

    Rob, I thought I heard that Amazing Stories might be coming out.
     
  3. Johnny S

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    Well Sorry. I just listed shows that at the current time I didn't think were even being considered to be released. Which ones have been considered for DVD??? Thanks
     
  4. Steve_P

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    Above all else, the 1999 version of The Woody Woodpecker Show.

    Also, I want to see the following on DVD:
    Tiny Toon Adventures
    Animaniacs
    Pinky and the Brain
    DuckTales
    Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers
    Darkwing Duck
    Sonic the Hedgehog (SatAM - the ONLY good Sonic cartoon)
    Beavis and Butt-head
    and Batman (1960s version).

    Back in 2003, I thought that the Dilbert animated cartoon would never come to DVD, but the next year, the entire series (30 episodes) was released on DVD.
     
  5. Todd_W_Zimmrman

    Todd_W_Zimmrman Well-Known Member

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    The F.B.I.
    The Name Of the Game

    (Two TV shows that had lengthy runs, yet there are people older than I am [I'm 40] who have never heard of those two shows.)
     
  6. John Kilduff

    John Kilduff Well-Known Member

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    Oh, I forgot to mention:

    -"California Dreams" ("Saved By The Bell" sold pretty decently, so why hasn't this come out yet?)

    -"Perfect Strangers" (Considering that they've yet to announce 2nd season sets for the sitcoms they've already released, I don't know if Warner will ever let this title see the light of day)

    -"Max Headroom" (This was only on the air for one season so Warner wouldn't have to worry about future season sets).

    Sincerely,

    John Kilduff...

    I'm waiting...
     
  7. Rob T

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    Conan the Adventurer
    X-Men: TAS
    Spider-man: TAS
     
  8. Nathan Phillips

    Nathan Phillips Well-Known Member

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    I'm still convinced "Get Smart" will be out sooner or later. Please please please please please let me be right. (It's my favorite show of all time, can you tell!??!?!)

    I would also love "Dobie Gillis". I have only faint memories of the show because I was in first grade when it was on Nick at Nite, but I loved it and I remember it being rather wonderfully surreal.
     
  9. Doug Pyle

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    Nowhere Man
     
  10. KyleK

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    Exosquad!

    From what I remember from watching it as a kid this action cartoon was really good, I've been jonesing to see it again. It only ran for two seasons with a complete story arc so best-ofs are no good. Could sell well if marketed to the robot-suit loving market (think Aliens and Matrix Revolutions). [​IMG]

    Kyle
     
  11. Pete Battista

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    I would love...

    - Alien Nation
    - American Gothic
    - Birds of Prey
    - Black Sash
    - Brimstone
    - Flash
    - Freaky Links
    - Freddy's Nightmares
    - Friday the 13th The Series
    - JAG
    - Jake 2.0
    - John Doe
    - Medical Investigations (why this got canceled is a mystery to me!)
    - Misfits of Science
    - NCIS
    - Scare Tactics
    - Tremors: The Series
    - Wolf Lake
     
  12. Scott Hamilton

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    "Crazy Like a Fox" would top my list
    Whiz Kids
    Bad News Bears
    Fast Times at Ridgemont High
    Square Pegs
    American Gothic
    Fantasy Island
    Love Boat
    Scarecrow and Mrs. King
    Hotel
     
  13. Johnny S

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    You mean Andy Richter Controls the Universe?
     
  14. Joe:C

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    Unless there is a rights issue I would say anything has a chance of being released.

    Someone mentioned Muppet Babies. The show used a lot of movie clips. I could see that as a problem.
     
  15. Eve Brown

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    American Gothic
    Birds of Prey
    Charles in Charge
    Growing Pains
    Karen Sisco
    Second Noah
    Step by Step
    Titans
     
  16. todd s

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    Kyle you are correct. The entire series was one big story arc. With smaller arcs in between. And what was amazing is that characters died. Which for a cartoon is rare.
     
  17. FrancisP

    FrancisP Well-Known Member

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    These are a couple of shows that I would love to see on
    DVD but probably never will.

    When Things Were Rotten - Mel Brook's shortlived take on
    Robin Hood fell to a rotten time slot. Would love to see
    Mel do a movie version. Great sight gags. Sending a message means tying the message to a pigeon, putting on stamp on, putting it in the mail box, and putting up the flag. The den comes complete with lions.

    Switch - Tv version of the movie The Sting. Every week they would con the conmen. Well cast with Robert Wagner, Eddie Albert, Sharon Gless, and Charlie Callas.
     
  18. Brent_B

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    Wonder Years
    Errie, Indiana
    Ducktales
    Animaniacs
    Andy Richter Controls The Universe
    Growing Pains
    Perfect Strangers
    Trapper John, MD
     
  19. JeffCNY

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    Oh boy... much as I'd like to, I think it'd be positive suicided to hold my breath for:

    "Our Miss Brooks"
    "Amos & Andy"
    "Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman"
    "The Odd Couple"
    "Barnaby Jones"
    "Cannon"
    "Dr. Kildare"
    "Medical Center"
    "Marcus Welby, M.D."
    "David Cassidy, Man Undercover"
    "The Magician"

    Oh, the list goes on and on....
     
  20. Stephen Ford

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    Its Garry Shandlings Show

    And the rest of Larry Sanders.

    Not much chance of either of these thanks to the a-holes at Columbia Tristar.
     

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