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#41 of 51 MCCLOUD

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Posted May 13 2014 - 11:45 AM

There are a lot of 1970's Shows I would like to see released! All Seasons of All Shows on My List!

Cannon
Barnaby Jones
Cade's County
Dan August
Kodiak
MCCLOUD
Ironside
Caribe
The Runaways
Most Wanted
The Manhunter
Banyon
O'Hara US Treasury
Longstreet
The Immortal
The Most Deadly Game
Tenafly
Project UFO
Swiss Family Robinson
Get Christie Love!
Madigan
Nakia
Nashville 99
A Man Called Sloane
Bronk
Joe Forrester
Amy Prentiss
The Blue Knight
Sarge
Police Story
Police Woman

A long list and I probably forgot to include some shows! LOL

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The DA

Chase

Moving On

Sierra

Petrocelli


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#42 of 51 bluelaughaminute

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Posted May 13 2014 - 12:25 PM

I'm mainly into sci-fi so thanks to VEI for The Invisble and Warner  for Logans Run I've not got many left to obtain.

I recently got The Gemini Man from France which really only leaves The Fantastic Journey for me.

I recorded it on VHS 20 years ago and I'm still making do with those transferred to dvd but I'd prefer dvd quality versions.

Rather annoyingly DD Home Entertainment in the UK signed a deal with Sony several years back for a selection of then unreleased Hammer films along with tv shows like Ivanhoe with Roger Moore , Casey Jones and The Fantastic Journey.

Subsequently the parent company of DDHE hit money troubles and folded . DD did appear to return as Simply Media but the Sony deal died with the parent company so FJ remains unreleased.

 

Warner Archive is doing a grand job with most of the 70's kids toons I'm after and Sony's MOD release of Ghost Story / Circle of Fear also plugged a gap .

Here in the UK we've Network to thank for releasing everything we would  have had on a  wishlist 20 years back  and plenty more as they dug deeper into the archives than anyone dared hope , but they've also been quite close to the bottom of the barrel at times too. 



#43 of 51 JoeDoakes

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Posted May 13 2014 - 12:29 PM

McCloud in a region 1 release is my top desire

 

We'll see what happens with WKRP, which is also at the top of my list, but it seems like whatever happens is all we will get.

 

Beyond that, not much, except I would be happy with the other 70s detective shows Cannon and Barnaby Jones being finished.


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Posted May 14 2014 - 07:46 AM

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#45 of 51 Regulus

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Posted May 14 2014 - 07:33 PM

Chopper One & Firehouse. If they ever got a release I'd snatch em up in a Heartbeat!


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#46 of 51 Brian McP

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Posted May 14 2014 - 08:00 PM

The Bob Crane Show

Future Cop

The Chicago Teddy Bears

The Partners

Getting Together

The Tim Conway Show (1970)

 

-- all flop shows, some not even getting beyond a complete season, but filled with cult actors and actresses, each with their own fanbase all over the world -- and ideal for dvd-r manufactured on demand sets from the likes of Warner and MGM Archives and others.

 

And one more -- Henry Fonda in The Smith Family (both seasons)


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Posted May 14 2014 - 10:37 PM

Was 240-Robert seventies or early eighties.?

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#48 of 51 Ron1973

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Posted May 15 2014 - 01:23 PM

Was 240-Robert seventies or early eighties.?

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Both.....1979-81


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Posted May 18 2014 - 06:29 PM

THE NEW DICK VAN DYKE SHOW (1971-1974, CBS)

MAUDE (1972-1978, CBS)

THE PAUL LYNDE SHOW (1972-1973, ABC)

CALUCCI'S DEPARTMENT (1973, CBS)

HOT L BALTIMORE (1975, ABC)

FAY (1975-1976, NBC)

DOC (1975-1976, CBS)

PHYLLIS (1975-1977, CBS)

THE PRACTICE (1976-1977, NBC)

THE BETTY WHITE SHOW (1977-1978, CBS)

THE TED KNIGHT SHOW (1978, CBS)

WKRP IN CINCINNATI (1978-1982, CBS)

THE ROPERS (1979-1980, ABC)

ANGIE (1979-1980, ABC)

THE ASSOCIATES (1979-1980, ABC)



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Posted May 22 2014 - 06:15 PM

  Want these on dvd: Bronk,Cade's County,The Rest of Baretta,McCloud,Police

 

   Woman.Hec Ramsey and all the Abc After School Specials.



#51 of 51 Ron1973

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Posted May 22 2014 - 06:31 PM

It's a pipe dream but I'd love newly minted HD transfers of Buck Rogers in the 25th Century and Battlestar Galactica on BD. That would be cause enough to invest in a BD player!


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