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What short lived show do you want from WB Archives?

Discussion in 'TV on DVD and Blu-ray' started by JamesSmith, Sep 20, 2013.

  1. JamesSmith

    JamesSmith Well-Known Member

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    Dear Guys:What one year or less WB program would you want the Archives to release next? My votes;Young MaverickWizards and WarriorsSearch/ProbeTime ExpressIt's About TimeBeyond WestworldYours???James
     
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    Bourbon Street Beat
     
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    The Dakotas
     
  4. Ian K McLachlan

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    Mine would definitely be - Search/Probe.


    I would also like Wizards and Warriors.
     
  5. Ron1973

    Ron1973 Beverly Hillbilles nut extraordinaire

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    Enos - short 1 season spin-off from The Dukes of Hazzard
     
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    A Man Called Shenadoah, starring Robert Horton (Wagon Train), but Warners will have to look harder to find the missing masters of five lost episodes!
     
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    Ditto Bourbon Street Beat.

    GoodLife/AmericanLife showed 38 of the 39 episodes a few years ago. They were time-compressed and slightly cut, but still very enjoyable. Even though I recorded them, I'd still purchase a set released by WB.
     
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    IT TAKES TWO 1982-83 sitcom with Patty Duke, Richard Crenna, Helen Hunt and Anthony Edwards.
     
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    Yes for Bourbon Street Beat and for It's About Time
     
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    Flo - the spin-off from Alice
     
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    Definitely Search/Probe!
     
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    Another vote for "Flo"
     
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    MGM catalog titles
    -Cain's Hundred
    -Jericho
    -The Eleventh Hour
    -Assignment Vienna

    All of these interest me because they've had their music scores released by Film Score Monthly and it would be nice to see the episodes the music goes with. Plus, the "Eleventh Hour" pilot that aired in S1 of "Dr. Kildare" has me sufficiently intrigued.

    I'd probably get the Warner detective series if they finally became available but I'm done with all Westerns from them except for more "Maverick".
     
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    I'd be in for all those you listed except for Jericho. Never really cared for that show. But I'm loving me some Cain's Hundred and The Eleventh Hour
     
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    Ron1973 Beverly Hillbilles nut extraordinaire

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    Available for streaming on Amazon. S1 is $7.99 and S2 is $34.99. I don't know why the huge difference and it isn't physical media but it is available.
     
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    Only 6 episodes in S1, = $1.33 each, compared to 23 episodes in S2, = $1.52 each
    So not really that big a difference since S1 isn't a full season.
     
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  18. JamesSmith

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    Forgot about Chicago Teddy Bears. Mainly for the nostalgia.james
     
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    Oh,, and the seventies Lrorimar series, Hunter, was Linda Evansjames
     
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    I remember watching this first run. Great series.
     

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