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are you posting these somewhere?
That's a good point. I think that when Shout! released Underdog or Tennessee Tuxedo or something, they also used collector prints to complete the...
Sorry. Confused him with Mike Evans.
I guess the lack of negatives means a lower quality image. For those who have viewed them, how bad is the worst image quality on the Wally Gator...
I'd really like Ace of Space too. People should check out the 1960s Popeye collection WA released in 2014. It's not the greatest animation, but...
The Fleischer shorts were restored. Just not released on Blu-ray.
Unclear. Made in Italy by Errol Flynn Productions and distributed by United Artists.
Generally, when there are replacement disks, the studios replace the stock of major sellers like Amazon so new purchasers don’t have to get...
Sounds like replacement disks are coming. Late purchasers rewarded. Inconvenience for you
It's weird that bad dubs should be prized by fans, but there was a lot of charm to those in the Godzilla films.
I wonder if we'll get the classic dub voiceovers?
Wow! I'm overwhelmed. What's the list going to be on this?
Is this show why George Sanford Brown left the Jeffersons and was replaced by fake Lionel?
Does anyone know what happened with this? The link doesn't work any more and the set seems to have disappeared from the Time-Life website.
The Batjac titles are owned by the Wayne family and previously licensed to Paramount and released on DVD. I think Hondo was the only one released...
2019 has been a real banner year for HB releases
the one wb owns with bela lugosi
This is a great film and deserves a blu-ray release
Discarded? Thrown away? Didn’t they at least hear of ebay? I’m shocked.
No, at least not in a form other than a buried extra
Not Warner, but there were a number of other UK only releases of vintage cartoon shos—most prominently a lot of Marvel Superheroes. There’s been...
I think the music rights issues are very different in England, which is why we got the Banana Splits. There haven’t been many new vintage cartoon...
Any particular reason for those dates?
I guess they asked a songwriter who knew nothing about what the show would be to come up with a theme song.
I think Sony might own the Jeanie series outright like Paramount does the Harlem Globetrotters. Warner might not have the elements.
Out of curiosity, about when was that?
Yes, overall, it looks very traditional.
It's great that, after being dead for years, HB releases are alive again.
I'm shocked this is being released. Well, hooray for Warner Archive!