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#1 of 217 Joseph G.

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Posted June 20 2004 - 05:16 PM

I dont know who owns the rights to old nickolodean shows and cartoons. But I would love to see alot of them get dvd releases. Shows such as: Salute Your Shorts, Are You Afraid of The Dark, Hey Dude, and tunes such as: AHHH! Real Monsters, Count Duckula, Doug and ect. ect. I think that Nickolodean would benefit by releasing some of these shows and labeling them Nick Classics. Kind of how Hanna Barberra labels their cartoon box sets as the Hanna Barberra collection. Just curious how many people would be interested in box sets like these. Also feel free to list shows you would consider Nick Classics. I realize this is just wishful thinking and probably hopeful dreaming, but it would be great to see.

#2 of 217 JohnSmith

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Posted June 20 2004 - 09:30 PM

Was Danger Mouse ever shown on US television? that was great :-)

I miss Ren & Stimpy, would be great if a boxset came out. Looks very unlikely though Posted Image

#3 of 217 StacyV

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Posted June 21 2004 - 01:08 AM

Aside from Ren & Stimpy, it's Nick's live action shows I'd most be interested in, not that I'd buy them all, but it'd be nice to see:
Salute Your Shorts
Are You Afraid of The Dark
Hey Dude
Secret World of Alex Mack
Kenan & Kel
Space Cases
Fifteen
Adventures of Pete & Pete
Roundhouse
Welcome Freshmen
Mystery Files of Shelby Woo
You Cant Do That On Television
My Brother and Me

I consider them all classics, I'd definitely buy a few of those.

#4 of 217 Michael Sliger

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Posted June 21 2004 - 02:30 AM

Yes John, Dangermouse was aired here in the States in the 80s (on Nickelodeon as well). No sign of DVDs here for that series. Region 2 has a few "best-of" disks available, but AFAIK they are edited (titles and recaps removed from the older 5 minute episodes).

As I have stated a few times on this forum, I'll buy DVDs of most of the live-action UK imports that Nickelodeon aired. I have already imported some the original Tomorrow People DVDs and will probably pick up Children of the Stones from a UK online store in the near future. Still no sign of Into the Labyrinth anywhere yet. I'd prefer to buy these from a US company though (hint hint).

#5 of 217 BradD

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Posted June 21 2004 - 02:43 AM

Was Danger Mouse ever shown on US television? that was great :-)


Yes it was. I really liked this cartoon. We need a region 1 full release of this series.

#6 of 217 Kyle McKnight

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Posted June 21 2004 - 02:43 AM

I'm a huge fan too. BTW, for those of you who want a great site for some of the older shows...

http://www.johnnorri...-nick/index.htm
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#7 of 217 Jay Pennington

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Posted June 21 2004 - 03:02 AM

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#8 of 217 RyanAn

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Posted June 21 2004 - 03:06 AM

Adventures of Pete & Pete
My Brother and Me
All That
Are You Afraid of the Dark?
Hey, Dude
Salute Your Shorts
Ren & Stimpy (Adult Part Cartoon!)
Rugrats
Doug

They are all shows I would pick up in a heartbeat.

'We run, we jump, we swim and play...'

#9 of 217 Jim Beaver

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Posted June 21 2004 - 05:47 AM

I really want Are You Afraid of the Dark. I love that show. I hope Paramount releases oit and all the other Nick shows soon.

#10 of 217 Joseph G.

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Posted June 20 2004 - 05:16 PM

I dont know who owns the rights to old nickolodean shows and cartoons. But I would love to see alot of them get dvd releases. Shows such as: Salute Your Shorts, Are You Afraid of The Dark, Hey Dude, and tunes such as: AHHH! Real Monsters, Count Duckula, Doug and ect. ect. I think that Nickolodean would benefit by releasing some of these shows and labeling them Nick Classics. Kind of how Hanna Barberra labels their cartoon box sets as the Hanna Barberra collection. Just curious how many people would be interested in box sets like these. Also feel free to list shows you would consider Nick Classics. I realize this is just wishful thinking and probably hopeful dreaming, but it would be great to see.

#11 of 217 JohnSmith

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Posted June 20 2004 - 09:30 PM

Was Danger Mouse ever shown on US television? that was great :-)

I miss Ren & Stimpy, would be great if a boxset came out. Looks very unlikely though Posted Image

#12 of 217 StacyV

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Posted June 21 2004 - 01:08 AM

Aside from Ren & Stimpy, it's Nick's live action shows I'd most be interested in, not that I'd buy them all, but it'd be nice to see:
Salute Your Shorts
Are You Afraid of The Dark
Hey Dude
Secret World of Alex Mack
Kenan & Kel
Space Cases
Fifteen
Adventures of Pete & Pete
Roundhouse
Welcome Freshmen
Mystery Files of Shelby Woo
You Cant Do That On Television
My Brother and Me

I consider them all classics, I'd definitely buy a few of those.

#13 of 217 Michael Sliger

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Posted June 21 2004 - 02:30 AM

Yes John, Dangermouse was aired here in the States in the 80s (on Nickelodeon as well). No sign of DVDs here for that series. Region 2 has a few "best-of" disks available, but AFAIK they are edited (titles and recaps removed from the older 5 minute episodes).

As I have stated a few times on this forum, I'll buy DVDs of most of the live-action UK imports that Nickelodeon aired. I have already imported some the original Tomorrow People DVDs and will probably pick up Children of the Stones from a UK online store in the near future. Still no sign of Into the Labyrinth anywhere yet. I'd prefer to buy these from a US company though (hint hint).

#14 of 217 BradD

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Posted June 21 2004 - 02:43 AM

Was Danger Mouse ever shown on US television? that was great :-)


Yes it was. I really liked this cartoon. We need a region 1 full release of this series.

#15 of 217 Kyle McKnight

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Posted June 21 2004 - 02:43 AM

I'm a huge fan too. BTW, for those of you who want a great site for some of the older shows...

http://www.johnnorri...-nick/index.htm
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#16 of 217 Jay Pennington

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Posted June 21 2004 - 03:02 AM

The Mysterious Cities of Gold!!
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#17 of 217 RyanAn

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Posted June 21 2004 - 03:06 AM

Adventures of Pete & Pete
My Brother and Me
All That
Are You Afraid of the Dark?
Hey, Dude
Salute Your Shorts
Ren & Stimpy (Adult Part Cartoon!)
Rugrats
Doug

They are all shows I would pick up in a heartbeat.

'We run, we jump, we swim and play...'

#18 of 217 Jim Beaver

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Posted June 21 2004 - 05:47 AM

I really want Are You Afraid of the Dark. I love that show. I hope Paramount releases oit and all the other Nick shows soon.

#19 of 217 Scott_J

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Posted June 21 2004 - 06:30 AM

Quote:
'We run, we jump, we swim and play...'
"We row, and go on trips."

#20 of 217 LukeB

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Posted June 21 2004 - 07:08 AM

An "Adventures of Pete & Pete" set would rock so much, and with the type of following it has on the Internet, you'd think Paramount would be wise enough to release it. Oh well, I'm sure the homemade DVD market will continue to flourish.




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