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TV Shows coming to DVD in 2005??


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#21 of 148 OFFLINE   Rick CHO

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Posted October 24 2004 - 08:49 AM

How about The Wonder Years & The Pretender?

#22 of 148 OFFLINE   Marty M

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Posted October 24 2004 - 09:01 AM

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How about The Wonder Years

I would also love to see this show on DVD, but I think there are a lot of music clearance issues with this show.

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#23 of 148 OFFLINE   AnthonyC

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Posted October 24 2004 - 09:57 AM

To make it easier for David, why don't we have this topic for confirmed releases and a new topic for wishes?

#24 of 148 OFFLINE   Dave Scarpa

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Posted October 24 2004 - 10:57 AM

To be truthful guys I'm putting my TV On DVD Purchases under a Microscope I have more than I Can Possibly watch now
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#25 of 148 OFFLINE   Paul_Scott

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Posted October 24 2004 - 12:20 PM

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To be truthful guys I'm putting my TV On DVD Purchases under a Microscope I have more than I Can Possibly watch now





i have a ton i have to catch up on as well, but the thing about TV sets, for me at least, is- once i dip into them, i tend to burn thru the whole set quite quickly.
it becomes a habit for 4 or 5 days in a row to just use what ever down time i have and devote that to watching mulitple eps of the same show back to back.
in fact once i get on a jag, its hard to get back into the mode of watching films.
there is something comfortable about the regularity of the same opening theme at regualr intervals and the presence of the same characters.
just a couple questions though

wasn't there supposed to have been rumblings that The Fugitive was getting ready for late '04 early '05?
i could have sworn it seemed like all but a certainty earlier this year that we would see the show arrive not too long from where we are now
also- i guess there is nothing more concrete about The Bionic Woman.
i hope Uni hasn't gotten cold feet on that one.
but it also seems crystal clear that the "coming in 04" announcment was clearly premature

#26 of 148 OFFLINE   Adam T

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Posted October 24 2004 - 03:52 PM

My Wishlist, which just so happens to be 20th Century Fox owned Productions.





Brimstone

John Doe

The Lone Gunman

The Pretender (along with the movies)

#27 of 148 OFFLINE   Sam Favate

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Posted October 24 2004 - 03:58 PM

I remain hopeful we'll see Get Smart and Batman (1966) on DVD in 2005, which is the 40th anniversary of Get Smart and will see the release of the new Batman movie. But that's just speculation

#28 of 148 OFFLINE   John Kilduff

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Posted October 24 2004 - 04:25 PM

I'm keeping every concievable body part crossed for the Spielberg cartoons to come out on DVD. The Nicktoons TV reruns are edited for time and content, and the sophisticated humor of the Spielberg work is interrupted during commercial breaks by toilet humor with ugly animation.



Let me explain...



You'll be watching "Tiny Toons", for example, and then they go to a break. Within that break, you get several animated shorts that are heavy on humor based around things that come out of your body (Basically, everything but ejaculation). The Spielberg cartoons did some of this same humor, but they were more tasteful about it and they balanced it out with many other types of humor as well.



Sorry for veering off-topic...I'm just saying that the Spielberg cartoons would get better treatment on DVD than on television. One more thing...The same episodes from every Spielberg cartoon run in cycles. There are episodes I haven't seen in years...LITERALLY.



I think and hope the Spielberg cartoons will be coming to DVD starting next year.



Other shows I'd like to see out next year:



-"Night Court" (the reruns are no longer on Biography)

-"Perfect Strangers"

-With "Gargoyles" on the way, maybe Disney might toss us a bone or two and release some of their earlier animated TV properties in season sets ("Ducktales", "Chip 'N' Dale's Rescue Rangers", et al).



In conclusion, I'm going to continue buying "SCTV", "Dallas", "The Dukes Of Hazzard", "Quantum Leap" and "Married...With Children", and I'll also be buying the second season of "Sledge Hammer!". I'd go through the others I want to get in 2005, but I'd be here all night if I did.



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John Kilduff...



I really don't want to be left hanging on the Spielberg cartoons.
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Posted October 24 2004 - 05:53 PM

Conan the Adventurer

X-Men: TAS

Spider-Man: TAS

Silver Surfer: TAS

Ducktales

Darkwing Duck

My Hero

TekWar TV movies



More NYPD Blue

More Gargoyles

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#30 of 148 OFFLINE   Tony Scello

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Posted October 25 2004 - 01:04 AM

Any indication of a R1 release of "Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea" in 2005 or is this just too much to ask for?images/smilies/frown.gif
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Posted October 25 2004 - 04:54 AM

Glad to see Deadwood confirmed for February 8th. Really looking forward to that one.

#32 of 148 OFFLINE   Matt Butler

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Posted October 25 2004 - 05:57 AM

My wishlist for 2005



Greatest Am Hero

Fugitive

Twin Peaks S2

More Seinfeld

Animaniacs

More Looney Tunes

More Magnum

Simon & Simon

More CSI

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#33 of 148 OFFLINE   Casey Trowbridg

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Posted October 25 2004 - 02:20 PM

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i have a ton i have to catch up on as well, but the thing about TV sets, for me at least, is- once i dip into them, i tend to burn thru the whole set quite

quickly.

it becomes a habit for 4 or 5 days in a row to just use what ever down time i have and devote that to watching mulitple eps of the same show back to back.

in fact once i get on a jag, its hard to get back into the mode of watching films.

there is something comfortable about the regularity of the same opening theme at regualr intervals and the presence of the same characters.




Paul you pretty accurately described my pattern for TV on DVD watching and the reasons for it.



Right now I'm on a M*A*S*H kick. Plow through as many eps as I can at a given time.

Speaking of M*A*S*H, I expect seasons 8 and 9 in 2005, but it would be really nice if they'd just go ahead and give us the last 4 seasons this year so I don't have to stretch this out in to 2006...but if the pattern holds I'll get season 8 in June and 9 in December.

#34 of 148 OFFLINE   AnthonyC

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Posted October 25 2004 - 03:00 PM

I agree. I rarely watch movies on DVD ever since getting The Simpsons Second Season set. I find I prefer sitting down for 22-45 minutes rather than 90-135+. Movies just seem way too long for me nowadays.

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Posted October 26 2004 - 06:37 AM

I think 2004 will be the year for the Kolchak: The Complete Series box set (especially if the new series goes through).
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Posted October 26 2004 - 11:42 PM

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As for the post above this one: I think you mean 2005! images/smilies/biggrin.gif
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Posted October 27 2004 - 03:02 AM

Any idea if Drew Carey's 'Who's Line Is It Anyway?' will be out on disc?

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Posted October 27 2004 - 03:27 AM

Bewitched

Harvey Birdman, Attorney-At-Law

I Dream of Jeannie

Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman



The series listed above are the ones I will DEFINITELY buy with Bewitched being the most anticipated.



I'm wondering if maybe "The Nanny", which was supposed to have been released this year, will be released next year?

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Posted October 27 2004 - 03:33 AM

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Any idea if Drew Carey's 'Who's Line Is It Anyway?' will be out on disc?





I'm surprised Drew Carey Show isn't out or at least rumored.

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Posted October 27 2004 - 03:52 AM

Most of my budget will go towards continuing seasons, but I'd like to see:



Lone Gunmen



NewsRadio



Justice League season set



The Muppet Show season set



Batman Adam West- Fox owns it, Warners owns DC Comics. It will take a LOT of negotiation for this to happen.



Fantastic Four- with the movie hitting, I'd want either the 60's Hanna Barbera series or the 2nd season of the mid-90's show.
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