Sorry but I'm still not following.
I know what the Fraggles are and what Fraggle rock is.
What I don't know is, what is Meet the fraggles.
Is it a new dvd called Meet the Fraggles?
Why is it in the bluray section?
Is it an opinion on an older release?
Is it this.....?
"[color=rgb(0,0,0);font-family:verdana, arial, helvetica, sans-serif;font-size:small;]Dance your cares away with this collection of 6 episodes highlighting everyone's favorite fun-loving furry creatures Fraggles! Get to know Gobo, Red, Boober, Wembly and Mokey as they explore outer space, dodge the Gorgs and learn about themselves and the world around them in this silly compilation."[/color]
Yyyyyep--It's the original first three-episode Best-Of samplers that came out before to test the market before they did the season boxsets, so that they could use the Cheap Warner Excuse of repackaging mass-market kids'-samplers instead of full collector boxes.
(Think Vivendi now owns the HiT! titles which already came out about seven years ago, and are now on their second marketing dip, along with the Pingu collections.)
And as to why they're in the Blu-ray column...that's because that's where Robert A. Harris can TELL us about them!
I'm actually sending this disc on to my son, as he cut his television teeth on it, especially via laserdiscs.
But as far as programming, I don't believe there's been much better produced since 1983.
(sigh) Only us 80's survivors understand--
It's hard to explain the exact context to the new generation grown up with a healthy plethora of Elmo, Curious George and Dora just what was the vibe that got so many post-Muppet Show adults watching.
Nowadays, we just find ourselves having to explain to the younger kids, "No, for the last time, Red does NOT 'look like Abby Cadabby'!"
Edited by Ejanss, May 04 2013 - 12:14 PM.