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Any Chance Of Cade's County On DVD?

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#1 of 4 MCCLOUD


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Posted February 26 2014 - 01:24 PM

I would love to see the 1971-1972 Glenn Ford TV Show Cade's County released on DVD.  This show would be a great release for Timeless/Shout to release.  Cade's County is owned by Fox.  Since Timeless/Shout is releasing The Big Valley does anyone know if they might also release Cade's County or if some other company will release it anytime soon?  Thanks!



#2 of 4 Cowboy


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Posted February 26 2014 - 03:18 PM

   I would buy Cade's County if they released it.I first saw the show years ago

on Tv Land when they aired a lot of rare shows.

#3 of 4 Neil Brock

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Posted March 06 2014 - 10:49 PM

Who knows what might happen if Fox is willing to keep licensing shows. Right now what I have is a mixture of filmed episodes and some off air recordings and I'm still missing a few.

#4 of 4 Professor Echo

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Posted March 10 2014 - 12:56 PM

I believe I have the complete one season set, but the quality on some of the episodes is barely watchable. On others it's quite good.

I personally love the series for its unique locale, interesting, if not particularly innovative characters and just the solid professionalism of Glenn Ford. One thing I didn't like was a change mid season to make Cade more of a plain clothes detective rather than a southwest sheriff. He wore a god awful brown suit rather than his Levi jacket and cowboy hat and looked like a displaced clown from any typical 70's cop show.
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