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#41 of 212 OFFLINE   LarryDavenport



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Posted September 03 2003 - 10:48 AM

For what it's worth I would buy the following:

F Troop
Hogan's Heroes
Barney Miller
The Midnight Special
Hec Ramsey
(James Garner)
The Bob Newhart Show
Seeing Things
No Honestly
To The Manor Born
Randall and Hopkirk: Deceased
The Goodies
Man About The House
Robin's Nest
Doctor in the House/Doctor At Large/Doctor In Charge/Doctor at Sea/Doctor Down Under/Doctor On Top
(I'd like the movies too)
Fall and Rise of Reginald Perrin
The Good Neighbors
The Persuaders (I know some of the UK shows are available Region 2 but I'm not buying another new player)

And the following TV movies from the early 1970's:

A Short Walk To Daylight
A Cold Night's Death
The Day The Earth Shook

I'd also like an US company to do Due South. I bought the first season in Canada and was dissapointed, but will reluctantly buy the rest of the series if I have to. besides missing the pilot that sets up the whole series, the discs are flippers, the picture quality is lacking, there are no bonus features, and for some reason the disc will not play on my PC.

#42 of 212 OFFLINE   Ric Easton

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Posted September 03 2003 - 10:54 AM

Tops on my list are... Max Headroom New Twilight Zone (80's version) And I would also like to see... Columbo Six Million Dollar Man Buffalo Bill Moonlighting Twin Peaks Season 2 and the rest of The Mary Tyler Moore Show

#43 of 212 OFFLINE   Dane Marvin

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Posted September 03 2003 - 11:40 AM

Seinfeld, The Wonder Years, Quantum Leap, The Life and Times of Grizzly Adams, Taxi, Square Pegs & Fernwood 2Night.

#44 of 212 OFFLINE   Estevan Lapena

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Posted September 03 2003 - 12:16 PM

TOUR OF DUTY NEEDS TO GET ON DVD!!! OR ELSE I FEAR IT WILL BE LOST FOREVER.... and Twin Peaks Season 2 and South Park with decent video for once.

#45 of 212 OFFLINE   GaryEA


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Posted September 03 2003 - 12:52 PM


A great show, cut short by ABC. It was produced by the Bedford Falls Company, and of the shows they've created, My So-Called Life and Once and Again have made it to the shelves. Thirtysomething is in limbo due to music rights, but you never know.

That leaves Relativity. *sigh*


#46 of 212 OFFLINE   Ben Osborne

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Posted September 03 2003 - 01:09 PM

Ric, I'm glad someone else wants to see Columbo on DVD. I love that show. I also wouldn't mind seeing The Fugitive or The Dana Carvey show.

#47 of 212 OFFLINE   RickER



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Posted September 03 2003 - 01:22 PM

Shoot i wanna see just about EVERYTHING thats been mentioned. I also remember Jason of Star Command. I saw a boot of it on DVD...but i wont do a bootleg! Also you all might wanna look at Columbia House. I have Airwolf, Knight Rider, and am now doing Perry Mason, all on DVD. Its not the whole run of any series, and they cost a bit...but its worth it if you REALLY like a show. They have a lot more, some are just reissues of stuff you can get easy on DVD, but they have things you wont find either...like Wild, Wild, West, Gunsmoke, Land of the Giants, and also some VHS stuff, like Emergency, and Wonder Woman...but i dont do VHS.

#48 of 212 OFFLINE   Steve_Pannell


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Posted September 03 2003 - 01:26 PM

Seven Days

Also, somebody else has already mentioned them but I'll give a Posted Image for The Pretender and Newhart.

#49 of 212 OFFLINE   JoeMKal


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Posted September 03 2003 - 01:38 PM

invader zim kids in the hall sealab 2021 the tick MST3K (every episode)

#50 of 212 OFFLINE   Rob P S

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Posted September 03 2003 - 01:45 PM

Once again...

American Dreams
American High
Barney Miller
The Bernie Mac Show
Bob Newhart Show
The Brady Bunch
Brooklyn Bridge
Brother's Keeper
Diff'rent Strokes
Everybody Loves Raymond
Facts of Life
Happy Days
Laverne & Shirley
Mary Tyler Moore (Seasons 2-7)
The Mike Douglas Show
Mr. Belvedere
The Odd Couple
The Waltons
Welcome Back, Kotter
The White Shadow
Without a Trace
WKRP in Cincinnati (I can dream, can't I?)

#51 of 212 OFFLINE   Paul Drake

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Posted September 03 2003 - 01:47 PM

In no particular order, this is my complete list of "must haves":

Get Smart!
Adventures of Superman
Gilligan's Island
I Dream of Jeannie
Night Stalker
Dragnet (60's version)
Remaining Mary Tyler Moore
Remaining Larry Sanders
Perry Mason
Rockford Files
Diagnosis Murder
Andy Griffith Show
Jake and the Fatman (just to see if anybody's reading this Posted Image)

#52 of 212 OFFLINE   Ric Easton

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Posted September 03 2003 - 01:57 PM

A few more... Millenium (Seasons one and two anyway) Nowhere Man and the wife would like to see... Equalizer

#53 of 212 OFFLINE   Estevan Lapena

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Posted September 03 2003 - 02:28 PM

I forgot quantum leap , I would love to have that on DVD with its original music.

#54 of 212 OFFLINE   Jeffrey


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Posted September 03 2003 - 02:30 PM

WKRP In Cincinatti (even at a Freaks & Geeks price point) Moonlighting China Beach A Year At The Top (there's an obscurity) Northern Exposure Gilligan's Island The Partridge Family Van Dyke And Company The Andy Griffith Show Murphy Brown Saturday Night Live (complete classic episodes) Batman (60's series)
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#55 of 212 OFFLINE   Paul_Scott


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Posted September 03 2003 - 02:33 PM

without question and hesitation i would buy
The Bionic Woman
kolchak:the night stalker
Buck Rogers
Night Gallery
McMillan & Wife
The Fugitive
Wonder Woman
The Rockford Files
The Adventures of Superman (first season anyway)

but since Universal owns seven of these and is still a long way from getting its act together, i won't be holding my breath. nor for the WB/Fox superhero material (since the studio feels it needs a theatrical vehicle to promote dvds, these would seem to be some time away also.)

#56 of 212 OFFLINE   Josh Sieg

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Posted September 03 2003 - 02:54 PM

Boy Meets World V.I.P. Punk'd Bobby's World 3rd Rock From The Sun
My favorites:

#57 of 212 OFFLINE   Chris


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Posted September 03 2003 - 02:56 PM

Here's a foolish one: I would love to have more saturday morning cartoons, or at least a collection of them, issued on DVD.. some of my favs to go into that group: Plastic Man Smurfs ShirtTales Hong Kong Fuey Captain Caveman
My Current DVD-Profiler

"I've been Ostrafied!" - Christopher, Sopranos 5/6/07

#58 of 212 OFFLINE   John Mansor

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Posted September 03 2003 - 02:58 PM

Northern Exposure

#59 of 212 OFFLINE   Nathan_W


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Posted September 03 2003 - 03:00 PM

Ed Posted Image

Though I think their contract won't allow that to happen until a year after the series ends. Posted Image
I want Ed on DVD/Blu-ray!

#60 of 212 OFFLINE   Jeff Kleist

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Posted September 03 2003 - 03:23 PM

[quote] MST3K (every episode) [quote]

Absolutely impossible. Several of the rights holders refuse to even entertain the idea. We're very lucky Rhino has gotten as many as it has

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