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Guesses on 2013 Time-Life & Collections???
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Posted December 28 2012 - 12:34 AM
Dear Guys: Last year, about this time, I posted some guesses on what I thought Time-Life might release this year for their annual boxed collection. One of my guesses was Eight is Enough, but that came out regularly via Warner Brothers and now their Archives. I also presumed that they would release the Adam West Batman series. We all know how that went. Time LIfe did release the Carol Burnett show, and next year's is China Beach, but I'm guessing they will release another set by year's end. My prediction will be the Wonder Years. If Time Life could muddle through all the music copyright for China Beach, than I think they will take it one step further. I"m also guessing that Robert Wagner and Eddie Albert's Switch will come out as a boxed set from another company, by next fall. And hoping against hope, the Adam West Batman James
Posted December 28 2012 - 02:11 AM
China Beach is the biggest surprise release for the year,and it shows us that "Astronomical Longshots" do come in from time to time. There may be hope for those of us who seek "Holy Grail"TV Shows.
DVD Collection Inventory: TV Episodes - 35,941 ( 742 Series ) Movies - 2,395 Serial Chapters - 1,117
Posted December 28 2012 - 04:30 AM
My guess? The Sonny and Cher Show... They haven't been shy in dipping into the variety route, and Cher still has a following. It's not one I'd be interested in, however.... Batman would be, though; Switch too.
Posted December 28 2012 - 11:41 AM
If Time-Life were going to wade through music clearances, I much rather see them do WKRP than anything else. I watched the Sonny and Cher Christmas show dvd this season and was very pleased with it. Batman would be my top choice, however.
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