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11 tv show i would love to see on dvd

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#1 of 17 OFFLINE   John fur

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Posted February 13 2004 - 01:57 PM

1 harsh realm 2 earth 2 3 nowhere man 4 roar 5 now and again 6 sliders 7 lonesome dove the outlaw years 8 tekwar 9 the young riders 10 life goes on 11 china beach any thoughts on these tv shows from anyone? thank you

#2 of 17 OFFLINE   Rob P S

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Posted February 14 2004 - 01:28 PM

I'd only be interested in Life Goes On and China Beach.

#3 of 17 OFFLINE   Daniel`D


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Posted February 15 2004 - 08:17 AM

Once and Again has been released, or the first season has, I think.
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#4 of 17 OFFLINE   Gord Lacey

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Posted February 15 2004 - 12:41 PM

Daniel, he said "Now and Again," not "Once and Again" (VERY easy to confuse the two!) "Now and Again" starred Eric Close and Dennis Haysbert. It was sorta sci-fi, sorta not, and I think that's what killed it in the ratings. He had all these super-power things, but didn't use them enough. I enjoyed the show, but I don't know if we'll ever see it on DVD. Gord
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#5 of 17 OFFLINE   William Waits

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Posted February 15 2004 - 12:58 PM

Three words: Men Behaving Badly Then there is the following: Maude L.A. Law Dukes Of Hazard Wonder Woman Captain America Shazam Last American Hero

#6 of 17 OFFLINE   Jeremy Jones

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Posted February 15 2004 - 02:54 PM

Dukes of Hazzard Greatest American Hero Star Trek TOS (Season Box Sets) Remington Steele Knight Rider Seinfeld(Which is in the works) Johnny Quest Police Squad Superfriends Season Box Sets Wonderful World of Disney Actually, all of these should be in Season sets

#7 of 17 OFFLINE   joe jackson

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Posted February 15 2004 - 03:20 PM

after the "success" of Arrested developement...I kinda started getting nostalgic over an unseen gem that also starred Jason Bateman. "It's Your Move" from the very early '80s. It was (i believe) from the same people who would eventually bring us "Married with Children" It only lasted a season...so it won't break anyones bank...plus there is a demand...having seen copies go for high dollars on ebay.

#8 of 17 OFFLINE   Nicodemus


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Posted February 15 2004 - 07:00 PM

The only one I wish to see on DVD, preferably right away, is Carnivále. My other favorites are already out there, or are being currently released. edit: I take it back. Beside Carnivále, Moonlighting and Columbo would be nice to have on dvd. But I'm afraid that at least the former is not likely ever gonna make it...

#9 of 17 OFFLINE   Seth G

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Posted February 16 2004 - 07:58 AM

Harsh Realm is coming to DVD:


#10 of 17 OFFLINE   Chris:L


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Posted February 16 2004 - 04:06 PM

Maude The Adventures of Superman Super Powers (It's the original Superfriends.. does anyone know what I'm talking about?) AfterMASH W*A*L*T*E*R Rugrats (Come on people. Season Sets) Happy Days Laverne & Shirley The Wonder Years Gloria and finally. ARCHIE BUNKER'S PLACE (after AITF of course.)

#11 of 17 OFFLINE   Casey Trowbridg

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Posted February 16 2004 - 04:17 PM

Lets see, top 11 11. Alf 10. Alf 9. Alf 8. Alf 7. Alf 6. Alf 5. Alf 4. Alf 3. Alf 2. Alf 1. Alf Actually I'm quite happy a number of my most wanted are either announced, rumored to be in development, or already out. Edit: Included in these are: 2 Guys and a girl, Happy Days, Taxi, Garfield, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (1987), and the ones already out include King of the Hill, Married with Children, M*A*S*H, Friends, and King of Queens.

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Posted February 16 2004 - 04:40 PM


First and foremost...I must echo Jeremy's highlight of Remington Steele. I cannot wait for it to come out. Beyond that...

Silk Stalkings -- preferably the Rob Estes/Mitzi Kapture era

Moonlighting -- I know the pilot came out, but this show screams for complete seasons...well, at least the first two seasons.

Hunter -- the original series in the '80s. It was campy and cheesy some of the time, but fun!

Scrubs -- this show is vastly underrated by NBC, but deserves a release!

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#13 of 17 OFFLINE   John fur

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Posted February 16 2004 - 06:13 PM

Hi Casey IS THAT YOUR TO 11 THEY LOOK GOOD CAN YOU TELL ME WHERE TO FIND THEM??????? thank you 1 alf 2alf 3alf 4 alf 5 alf 6 alf 7 alf 8 alf 9 alf 10 alf 11 alf

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Posted February 16 2004 - 08:02 PM

Actually, it's the other way around. Super Powers debuted after superfriends and was designed to tie into the action figure series of the same name, rember? the ones with the awesome "action" features, like squeezing supermans legs to make him punch. First there were the super friends, followed by super powers, and then Super Powers: Galactic Gaurdians. Basically it's all 1 series though, they just changed the name. Either way, I'd love to have it all on DVD Posted Image
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#15 of 17 OFFLINE   Chris:L


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Posted February 17 2004 - 05:01 PM

I'm talking about the Super Powers that had Batman, Superman, Superboy, and Aquaman With such episodes as: The Revolt of Robotville The Great Kryptonite Caper Krypto, Super-Seeing Eye Dog The Cool, Cruel Mr. Freeze From Catwoman with Love Superman Meets Brainiac The Prankster You might remember some of these episodes from the 1966 Adventures of Superboy cartoon series.. Filmation produced it I think.

#16 of 17 OFFLINE   Eric Stuckey

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Posted February 19 2004 - 11:37 AM

I want ... NIGHT COURT & SO MY FRIEND WILL QUIT HIS BITCHING..Parker Louis cant loose.

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Posted February 19 2004 - 06:05 PM

I agree with all of these, but keep in mind that "The Wonderful World of Disney", or the Disney anthology series, was known by several titles from its beginning: as "Disneyland" (1954-1958), as "Walt Disney Presents" (1958-1961), as "Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color" (1961-1969), as "The Wonderful World of Disney" (1969-1979), as "Disney's Wonderful World" (1979-1981), and as "Walt Disney" (1981-1983). There was a break in the series on television between 1983 and 1985 (as the Disney takeover was occurring), then it came back as "The Disney Sunday Movie" (1985-1988), and as "The Magical World of Disney" (1988-1990 on NBC, 1990-1996 on the Disney Channel).

Here is a COMPLETE LIST OF EVERY DISNEY ANTHOLOGY SERIES EPISODE EVER AIRED, including air date, network, and time slot - http://www.billcotte.../appendix-b.htm

I agree that all of these episodes (excepting perhaps some of the broadcasts of various Disney theatrical films), should be released on DVD in season sets (certainly the 1954-1983 series). The few episodes I've caught on other Disney discs have been a real nostalgia trip for my eyes and ears.