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#21 of 54 OFFLINE   John*P

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Posted May 30 2005 - 04:47 PM

I'd like to see the following shows released on season DVD sets. I would buy them all...

Are You Afraid of the Dark?

Benson

Blossom

Charles in Charge

Dharma & Greg

Drew Carey Show

Even Stevens

Facts of Life

Family Matters

Family Ties

Get a Life

Gimmie a Break!

Grounded for Life

Growing Pains

Hangin' with Mr. Cooper

Head of the Class

Herman's Head

Hogan Family

It's a Living

It's Your Move

Just the Ten of Us

Major Dad

Mighty Morphin Power Rangers

Mr. Belvedere

My Two Dads

Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide

Out of this World

Parker Lewis Can't Lose

Perfect Strangers

Phil of the Future (seasons)

Rocko's Modern Life

Sabrina, the Teenage Witch

Salute Your Shorts

Secret World of Alex Mack

Silver Spoons

Small Wonder

Spin City (seasons)

Step by Step

That '80s Show

Unfabulous

Webster

Wonder Years (seasons)

#22 of 54 OFFLINE   Wendy_L

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Posted May 31 2005 - 12:52 AM

For me.... Sisters
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#23 of 54 OFFLINE   StacyV

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Posted May 31 2005 - 01:44 AM

Excellent list, especially the last two, both high on my list. I'll add: Fame Flipper ('90s syndicated) Dangerous Minds Second Noah ...among many others

#24 of 54 OFFLINE   Bob Hug

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Posted May 31 2005 - 07:51 AM

This show has had a couple of releases, albeit on labels that specialize in releasing public domain material. Alpha Video has two volumes, each with four episodes. Volume 1 contains the pilot episode (the only one filmed in the US). I have both of the Alpha volumes and thought that the visual quality was good for a show that's nearly 50 years old; certainly these are among Alpha's better classic TV releases. The other release is a two-disc set from Platinum Disc Corporation that includes 5 episodes on each disc. I haven't seen this so I can't comment on the visual quality but I'm guessing that the Platinum logo appears from time-to-time in the bottom right hand corner, as is the case with many of their classic TV releases. BestBuy.com has all of these releases currently available (search under "Hawkeye"). Given the age of this show and the fact that it was only on for a year, this is likely as good as it's going to get for this series.

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Posted May 31 2005 - 08:12 AM

I second that! Dont forget they made it a regular series after the miniseries aired.

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Posted May 31 2005 - 08:33 AM

Oops! I forgot to (also) include to my wish list:

THE ADVENTURES OF ROBIN HOOD (CBS 1955-60),

THE INVISIBLE MAN (CBS 1958-59, 1960),

MCHALE'S NAVY (ABC 1962-66) and

THE MAN FROM U.N.C.L.E. (NBC 1964-68).

Pertaining to the LAST OF THE MOHICANS (CBC 1957-58) thanks for all the info on those various budget video outlets but this favourite 1950s tv series distributed in tv syndication by ITC PRODUCTIONS (ie. DANGER MAN, THE SAINT, THE PRISONER et el) may just make it onto a high grade DVD collection yet. Look at the number of other ITC tv shows that have released thus far!

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#27 of 54 OFFLINE   Bob Hug

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Posted May 31 2005 - 08:51 AM

This one has had an official UK release of the entire series from a British Company called Network, but all episodes released in the US and Canada are from PD companies with varying quality. I've seen a bunch of these releases and thought that Alpha Video and the first few volumes from Critics Choice had the best looking episodes. The Timeless Media Group (Marathon Music & Video) just recently released what they are calling season 1, but it's actually the first 30 of the 39 season 1 episodes and, consequently, I'm guessing that this is probably just another (though more complete) public domain collection.

#28 of 54 OFFLINE   Peter M Fitzgerald

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Posted June 01 2005 - 06:04 AM

My current "TV series on R1 DVD" wishlist:

THE FUGITIVE (1963-67, Paramount/Viacom) 120 hour-long episodes

THE WILD WILD WEST (1965-69, Paramount/Viacom) 104 hour-long episodes

THE ADDAMS FAMILY (1964-66, MGM/Sony) 64 half-hour episodes

M SQUAD (1957-60, Universal) 120 half-hour episodes

THRILLER (1962-63, Universal) 67 hour-long episodes

WKRP IN CINCINNATI (1978-82, Fox) 90 half-hour episodes

BATMAN (1966-68, Fox) 120 half-hour episodes

RIPPING YARNS (1976-79, BBC/Warner) 9 half-hour episodes

POLICE SQUAD! (1982, Paramount/Viacom) 6 half-hour episodes

WAY OUT (1961, David Susskind Estate) 14 half-hour episodes

SUSPICION (1957-58, Universal) 20 hour-long episodes; Alfred Hitchcock produced 10 and directed 1 of these, "Four O'Clock", --I'd add the Hitchcock-directed one-off episode of FORD STARTIME THEATRE, "Incident at a Corner", as a bonus episode

THE ALFRED HITCHCOCK HOUR (1962-65, Universal) 93 hour-long episodes

THE INVADERS (1966-67, Paramount/Viacom) 43 hour-long episodes

LAND OF THE GIANTS (1968-70, Fox) 51 hour-long episodes

THE WESTERNER (1960, Paramount/Viacom) 13 half-hour episodes + pilot, "Trouble at Tres Cruces" (ZANE GREY THEATRE) & hour-long re-do, "The Losers" (DICK POWELL THEATRE)

THE UNTOUCHABLES (1959-63, Paramount/Viacom) 118 hour-long episodes + 2 hour pilot, "The Scarface Mob"

KOLCHAK: THE NIGHT STALKER (1974-75, Universal) 20 hour-long episodes

BUS STOP (1961-62, Fox) 25 hour-long episodes

CORONET BLUE (1967, Paramount/Viacom) 13 hour-long episodes

T.H.E. CAT (1966-67, current owner unknown) 26 half-hour episodes

THE BLUE LIGHT (1966, Fox) 17 half-hour episodes

HONEY WEST (1965-66, Paramount/Viacom) 30 half-hour episodes + hour-long pilot, "Who Killed the Jackpot?" (BURKE'S LAW)

ROUTE 66 (1960-64, Sony/Columbia) 116 hour-long episodes

THE IMMORTAL (1970-71, Universal) 15 hour-long episodes + 90-minute pilot

Q.E.D. (1982, a.k.a. MASTERMIND, Paramount/Viacom?) 6 hour-long episodes

RAWHIDE (1959-65, Paramount/Viacom) 217 hour-long episodes

THE NEW ADVENTURES OF HUCK FINN (1968, Hanna-Barbera/Warner) 20 half-hour episodes

ULTRAMAN (1966-67, Tsuburaya Productions) 40 half-hour episodes

SPACE GIANTS (1966-67, P Productions/Lakeside Television/Bernard Schulman) 52 half-hour episodes

JOHNNY SOKKO AND HIS FLYING ROBOT (1967-68, MGM/Sony/Toei) 26 half-hour episodes

GEORGE OF THE JUNGLE (1967, Jay Ward Productions/--Paramount/Viacom?) 17 half-hour episodes

HOPPITY HOOPER (1964, Jay Ward Productions/--Classic Media?) 52 half-hour episodes

And legit, season sets of the following series only currently available (or upcoming) in "best of" and/or public domain collections:

DRAGNET (1951-59, Universal) 276 half-hour episodes

MAVERICK (1957-62, Warner) 124 hour-long episodes

GET A LIFE (1990-92, Sony/Columbia) 25 half-hour episodes

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#29 of 54 OFFLINE   DaveyM

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Posted June 01 2005 - 06:26 AM

The Adventures Of Ozzie and Harriet (1952-1966) 435 episodes. A few episodes have fallen into the public domain and are available on very poor quality budget discs. It would be great to see a high quality release of this classic series.
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#30 of 54 OFFLINE   Jon_Gu

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Posted June 02 2005 - 02:12 AM

Much of what's listed above is on my list too. Here are a few more that aren't listed above, in no particular order:

House Calls (1979-1982/58Eps) - Wayne Rogers & Lynn Redgrave/Sharon Gless

Cover Up (1984-1985/22Eps) - Jennifer O'Neill & Jon-Erik Hexum

10-8 (2003-2004/16Eps) - Danny Nucci & Ernie Hudson. 1 Episode was never aired. Yet another great show that never had a chance.

Hart to Hart (1979-1984/110Eps) - Robert Wagner & Stefanie Powers - Also ran 9 movies after the series end from 1993-1996.

Scarecrow & Mrs. King (1983-1987/88Eps) - Kate Jackson & Bruce Boxleitner

Snoops (1999/13Eps) - Gina Gershon. 3 episodes never aired. Another of the many shows I really liked that never made it. Posted Image

Eyes (2005/9Eps) - Tim Daly. 4 episodes remain unaired. I guess I owe the cast and crews of new shows an apology...apparently if I really like the show it'll be cancelled.

The Fall Guy (1981-1986/113Eps) - Lee Majors

#31 of 54 OFFLINE   Bob Hug

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Posted June 02 2005 - 02:32 AM

One of the local public television stations in my area recently started broadcasting an Australian crime series that’s excellent, titled “Water Rats.” It’s about the water police who patrol Sydney Harbor and is very much character driven. Save, perhaps, Colin Friels, the Australian cast would largely be unfamiliar to US audiences. I’d love to see this get a Region 1 release, but I seriously doubt that a “foreign” series like this has much of a chance unless some small niche releasing company takes it on.

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Posted June 02 2005 - 08:41 AM

77 Sunset Strip Surfside Six Hawaiian Eye Rockford Files Maverick Cheyenne Burkes Law The Invaders Honey West Daniel Boone Sky King Bat Masterson Yancy Derringer

#33 of 54 OFFLINE   Antonio_G

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Posted June 02 2005 - 09:11 AM

Perfect Strangers Gimme a Break Empty Nest The PJ's Sesame Street Cousin Skeeter That's so Raven Classic All That Head of the Class Webster The Fact of Life The Parkers Moseha The Proud Family Smart Guy Sister, Sister Mama's Family Amen Hangin' with Mr. Cooper New York Undercover For Your Love Malcolm & Eddie Martin Living Single Family Matters

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Posted June 02 2005 - 09:41 AM

What the hell i'll bite again Brimstone The Real Ghostbusters Are You Afraid of the Dark? Eyes Medium Boston Legal Hawaii Happy Family Run of the House Line of Fire Pirate Islands Glory Days Do Over Sightings American Gothic Student Bodies An American in Canada Seeing Things Spider-Man (90s Season Sets) Mighty Max

#35 of 54 OFFLINE   Mark Lemmond

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Posted October 14 2005 - 01:45 AM

Here a list of what I am waiting on. American Gothic 1995 Beauty and the Beast 1987 Birds of Prey 2002 Booker 1989 Boston Legal 2004 Coach 1989 Crossing Jordan 2001 The District 2000 Fastlane 2002 First Wave 1998 The Flash 1990 A Man Called Hawk 1989 The Marshal 1995 Matt Houston 1982 Pointman 1995 The Practice 1997 S Club 7 in Hollywood 2001 S Club 7 in L.A. 2000 S Club 7 In Miami 1999 Silver Spoons 1982 Simon & Simon 1981 Snoops 1999 Spenser: For Hire 1985 Ultraman 1972 Ultraman 1966 V.I.P. 1998
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Posted October 16 2005 - 11:18 AM

Family Matters I dream of Jeannie Out of this World

#37 of 54 OFFLINE   Katherine_K

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Posted October 16 2005 - 12:25 PM

Series: C.P.O. Sharkey (1976-1978) - Rights owner unknown China Beach (1988-1991) - Warner Home Video Crime & Punishment (2002-2004) - Universal Home Video Dirty Dozen: The Series (1988) - Rights owner unknwon (I suspect Warner probably) JAG (1995-2005) - Paramount Home Video Law & Order: Trial by Jury (2005) - Universal Home Video Picket Fences (1992-1996) - Rights owner unknown Practice, The (1997-2004) - 20th Century Fox Scarecrow and Mrs. King (1983-1987) - Warner Home Video Twelve O'Clock High (1964-1967) - 20th Century Fox Miniseries: Amerika (1987) - Rights owner unknown Ike (1979) - Buena Vista Home Video

#38 of 54 OFFLINE   jeff c

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Posted October 16 2005 - 04:47 PM

Here is some I'd like to see come to dvd. The Incredible Hulk this is long overdue. The Bionic Woman The Six Million Dollar Man Batman Benson

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Posted October 16 2005 - 07:49 PM

the Addams' Family California Dreams the Carol Burnett Show Central Park West The Charmings Dolphin Cove Eunice (tv movie) Falcon Crest Fresno the Ghost and Mrs. Muir Hail to the Chief Here Come the Brides Knot's Landing Logan's Run Mama's Family Nanny & the Professor Peyton Place Saturday Night Live Savannah Second Noah SpyderGames The Titans Voyagers When Things Were Rotten Wild Wild West A Year in the Life Young Americans Probably dozens more I can't think of right now...! I love primetime soaps and want 'em all, especially the shorter lived ones listed above. Anyone else love "Savannah??" And why the hell goodies like the Addam's Family and Wild Wild West aren't out yet is beyond me. They were on home video... Of all the above, the ones I want the MOST are "Mama's Family" for the sitcoms, and "Savannah" for the soaps. But jeez, I'd buy all that stuff, even if it all came out on the same day!
 

 


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Posted October 16 2005 - 09:20 PM

For me: Family Ties Sabrina the Teenage Witch Hanging With Mr Cooper Two Guys and A Girl Secret World of Alex Mack




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