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    Warner Archive Announcements Thread

    I wonder if they will ever release the TV series Wendy and Me (1964-1965) starring George Burns? ~Ben
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    Right, and also The New Shmoo (1979) has unresolved rights issues (the Al Capp estate). ~Ben
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    I'm also hoping they might cut deals with smaller labels to release some of the rarer Hanna-Barbera cartoons (anything that is not based on one of their more popular properties), such as... The Fantastic Four (1967-68) Cattanooga Cats (1969) (also featuring: It's the Wolf; Motormouse & Autocat...
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    I am sure they are still finishing it up... be patient. ~Ben
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    Warner Archive Announcements Thread

    The same is true for some of the Hanna-Barbera cartoons they had released on DVD when in the Archive's early days (think between 2009-12), and it's those titles that I hope will be re-remastered for Blu-Ray. Among what I hope they will revisit: * Jabberjaw (1976) (to speed-correct episodes 2 to...
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    Warner Archive Announcements Thread

    Just what we all need... please give the man time to reintegrate into the fold. ~Ben
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    Right, but I meant I feel, right now, that I cannot trust HBO Max to be the ultimate be-all, end-all source for our favorite classic TV shows and cartoons (pre-1990). ~Ben
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    Does anyone else think corporate shake-ups like these could spell death even for the HBO Max and Boomerang streaming services? Everyone here thinks that streaming services are killing off DVD releases. Well, they're wrong, because streaming services will eventually destroy themselves. Sure, HBO...
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    Same with the remainder of the Hanna-Barbera and Ruby-Spears cartoons yet to be out on DVD or streaming...just because they have no plans for these right now does not mean they won't be out on streaming or some form of home media in the future. ~Ben
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    Warner Archive Announcements Thread

    I think it is just simple rotation of what's on HBO Max. I think it will be back in the future. ~Ben
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    Warner Archive Announcements Thread

    Hopefully I wasn't one of the trolls! ~Ben
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    Warner Archive Announcements Thread

    Yes, and I believe that is part of the reason they still didn't get to the older H-B stuff I mentioned yet. Some need looking into in terms of condition of the original source materials, character rights (if Warner Bros. does not own them outright), and more. ~Ben
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    Warner Archive Announcements Thread

    Guess I will continue being patient! ~Ben
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    I hope this does not mean they will vault them all. ~Ben
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    I am sure they are doing that now. ~Ben
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    Will this mean no more cartoon releases for years to come? I do hope I am wrong! ~Ben
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    Warner Archive Announcements Thread

    I would like to retract my earlier suggestion of boycotting the company, that I brought up over my concerns about the future of Hanna-Barbera on DVD and streaming; instead, I would like to present my statement in a more positive light by saying that until there are indeed future announcements...
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    Warner Archive Announcements Thread

    I am worried they may let the Hanna-Barbera brand die out and the entire line on moratorium if things continue to get worse for WAC as they are. I feel that as Hanna-Barbera fans, we might consider boycotting Warner Bros. for years to come. ~Ben
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    I think they will get new people in who will respect these all-time favorites just as much, or more, as Feltenstein had. ~Ben
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    I am glad you folks are taking advantage of the final sale. I am hoping that your efforts to buy as many titles as possible will keep WAC profitable. ~Ben
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    James, The same thing I always do! ~Ben
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    If it sold out, it must be a popular title then, so it is probably temporarily out of stock. ~Ben
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    Warner Archive Announcements Thread

    With that in mind, I still believe the restoration processes for Jana of the Jungle (1978), The New Fred and Barney Show (1979), The Addams Family (The Animated Series) (1992 version), and Fangface (1978-80) are also just taking their own sweet times. So remember folks, it ain't over 'til it's...
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    I prefer they keep the Archive division for as long as it can, too. But you never know what may go on in the future. ~Ben
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    Warner Archive Announcements Thread

    I do hope they will not shut down Warner Archive, either. What would worry us more about them is if a fire broke out near them similar to the 2008 Universal Studios fire or the 1965 MGM Studios fire, or if WarnerMedia suddenly filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. That said, I also hope for more...
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    As much as I hate to see him go, I am not a fan of Twitter these days (in fact, I haven't been a Twitter member since 2018). ~Ben
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    I hope the rest of the library as yet unreleased will not be destroyed! I do hope they will continue releasing more Hanna-Barbera stuff on DVD! ~Ben
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