Posted January 12 2009 - 06:34 PM
| Originally Posted by TheGreatOz |
CBS is counting on everyone who purchased S2V1 to buy this
release too. That is, everyone who didn't return S2V1 when they learned about the missing Rugolo music.
If you have S2V1, there's no point in not buying S2V2.
Oz, I will respectfully diasgree with this one since I am in the category of owning S2V1 and won't buy S2V2 if the music is the same "Heyes" score. The reason is that I bought the S2V1 set at a family member's request and Mom doesn't want to view any more of the show without the original score. We had initially thought that we would be able to handle watching the show with the studio picture and replaced score but that idea has gone south after a couple of episodes into S2V1. Mom, who is a music teacher with a degree, said "no more"
| Originally Posted by The Great Oz |
David, the eternal optimist!
I like that.
I agree, VP's looking at the bright side. Oz, I hope you're right
| Originally Posted by Gary |
Gary "come on, does anyone here really think there's even a remote chance that the underscore will be intact on this upcoming release?" O.
Sure....and we'll see Batman ('66) coming next month
I agree, Gary. I'd almost sell my soul for an original studio series release of this show.
| Originally Posted by Scott |
I've been working my way through the second season, and having the original music intact is fabulous.
I think this show could become one of my ten all-time favorites, once I have seen it all and can eventually digest the excellent piece of work that it is.
Agree on both counts, Scott. As someone who is seeing this show for the 1st time on DVD, it's in my top 3 shows, probably #2. I remember when this Bd lit up when the news broke about the 1st release. I wondered what all of the excitement was about back then. Gary was telling me that this one was one of the best dramas on American TV. "When you're right, you're right", Gary