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Posted March 09 2012 - 03:52 AM
Ronald J Epstein
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Posted March 18 2012 - 01:06 AM
You're crazy. That poor man owns a computer so he's absolutely entitled to get whatever he wants, whenever he wants and he's not ridiculous in any way for boycotting a company that is trying to stop cheap skates from not paying to see a show that that company has spent thousands of dollars to license. They owe him!
I don't understand why it is that people get upset when a company owns the rights to certain works and refuse to allow them to be put out for free. Why shouldn't they make money off properties they control? Or at least have control over how that material is used??? Boycott if you want but I don't get it.
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Posted March 21 2012 - 07:31 AM
Stop the Replacing of original Studio Opening / Closing logos! They are part of film history.
Posted March 21 2012 - 07:47 AM
Mark, You were fortunate to be able to tape episodes back when they first ran! I watched the show for an hour a day back then, but never had taping capabilities (at least not video). I recall vividly watching the first half hour on a given day (a repeat of the previous day's final half hour) and then a brand new episode the following half hour. If for some reason I missed a day, then I had a full hour to watch the next day. My children can't comprehend waiting a day for a new episode. Imagine watching sixteen episodes (like we did this past Sunday). We watched for just under six hours. We don't do that much viewing of anything all that often. I too appreciated what Stuart said about the new film. I'm going to keep those insights in mind when I go to see it in May. You mentioned original commercials in the other thread. Check out this informative link on the first episode and the work that went into it: http://www.collinwoo.../misc/frame.htm I love this part: "Commercials were an important consideration for those producing the series, not least because the expense of [the] programme was effectively paid for by the advertisers. However, in what seems a bizarre procedure by today's techniques, back in the 1960s, adverts were played in on to the tape as the programme was recorded."
I just was hooked then Scott. I remember you and I saying we both were able to see the show air twice. Some a day later and some for me one week later. We both sure were lucky in that respect. I would watch Laura put a spell on someone and then get to watch it again. The best part was I would have space on my Audio reel to reel at the end of each show so I would tape it again and edit the second broadcast because I knew what was going to happen. I would like to hear some of your thoughts on the movie if you want to that is. I know it is a very very hot topic!!!! I like very much how Stuart dealt with the subject of the Burton Film.
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