I have prepared the following list of cartoons from the 1970s that have not been released. Some shows have had partial released including Wait till your father gets home or Laff Lympics, etc.
I may be missing a few shows, so welcome yours or other people's thoughts and/or suggestions.
The below list shows about 46 cartoons from the 1970s that have not been released. There are few that may have rights issues, i.e. my favorite martian or Partridge Family 2200 AD or Jeannie or Brady Kids, etc.
Lets say 8 sets are released a year then it would take 6 years to complete the 1970s vault.
These Are the Days Where's Huddles? Devlin (1974) Partridge Family 2200 A.D. New Tom & Jerry/Grape Ape/Mumbly Show The Great Grape Ape Show Mumbly Dynomutt, Dog Wonder Clue Club Scooby's All-Star Laff-A-Lympics (A few volumes released) Laff-A-Lympics CB Bears The Skatebirds Woofer & Wimper, Dog Detectives (part of skatebirds) The Robonic Stooges (Part of Skatebirds) Wonder Wheels Mystery Island (Part of Skatebirds) The All-New Popeye Hour Yogi's Space Race Galaxy Goof-Ups Buford and the Galloping Ghost The Robonic Stooges Scooby-Doo and Scrappy-Doo The New Fred and Barney Show Casper and the Angels The New Shmoo The Super Globetrotters Fred and Barney Meet The Thing Fred and Barney Meet the Shmoo Will the Real Jerry Lewis Please Sit Down The Brady Kids Lassie's Rescue Rangers My Favorite Martian The U.S. of Archie The New Adventures of Gilligan The Secret Lives of Waldo Kitty Uncle Croc's Block Tarzan, Lord of the Jungle The New Archie and Sabrina Hour Fabulous Funnies The New Adventures of Mighty Mouse and Heckle & Jeckle, & Quackula The New Adventures of Flash Gordon Jeannie Harlem Globetrotters
Wait Till Your Father Gets Home
There's little doubt to me that Space Stars is next. Unless whatever the last minute snag was something to move one of the others, which i doubt.
The year overall has been a little slower than i think we wanted but by the end of the month we're 2/3s through the year. WA has released 6 sets so far this year, WHV did one season set for T&J, finished out the super friends (even though i doubt they consider them hb library anymore). Not to mention keeping some form releases of certain groups.
Overall that's still a decent time table, if WA is about to go into another crop period in the fall like last year and we get a press release to see if Scooby Doo Goal is what we think it might be, i'd say we'd be finishing up the year on a good note.
Based on that article from earlier in the year, the future flintstones release is the only thing left from that to come to pass. Plus the mere fact that Captain Caveman finally happened is proof they do plan to get to finish their long term products. This year has given us hope the funny animals could all very well happen if we let them have some time.
Also on a related note the latest Scooby feautre debuted on tv tonight and replays tomorrow and comes out on dvd/blu on the 20th of this month.