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What Are The Chances Of Seeing The Old Nickelodeon Shows on DVD?

Discussion in 'TV on DVD and Blu-ray' started by David Levy, Mar 11, 2004.

  1. David Levy

    David Levy Stunt Coordinator

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    Things like The Adventures Of Pete and Pete... what do people think the chances are?

    Hell, i'd even take a little Keenan and Kel...

    I'm sure there are shows I'm missing, but my mind has gone blank.
     
  2. Jim Beaver

    Jim Beaver Supporting Actor

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    I really want Are You Afraid of the Dark? on DVD REALLY BADLY. I have all the episodes taped but I love this show so much i'm dieing for an official DVD with commentaries by the Midnight Society would be really cool.
     
  3. Deb Walsh

    Deb Walsh Stunt Coordinator

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    Are You Afraid of the Dark was made in Canada. There aren't too many Canadian-made series on DVD yet, which is a great shame.

    I'd love to see the original Midnight Society on-screen, too. Rachel Blanchard has matured into a beautiful woman - it would be interesting to see how the rest of the kids have grown up. I haven't seen Nathaniel Moreau do much of anything since Dark and Kung Fu: The Legend Continues.

    You Can't Do That on Television would be fun, too. I'd pay to hear Alanis Morisette do commentary on getting slimed when she was a kid. :>

    Of course, the original Tomorrow People was shown on Nick back in the early '80s, and that series is now being released Region 0 in the UK. Individual serial releases, followed by season boxed sets.
     
  4. Jay Pennington

    Jay Pennington Screenwriter

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    Even though I have 'em all on VHS, I'd be all over Mysterious Cities of Gold.
     

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