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God Bless Them.
Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea Boxed Set
I always handle things well. It's everyone else around me who doesn't.
Well not much different from before the virus. I'm taking care of my elderly parents, who have health issues. I also have health problems....
Manhunter. I really want to see Manhunter.
Bless you, KL. Hopefully, that gives us somethings to look forward to in the months ahead. Hoping for more Universal sixties comedies before DVD...
Do you think Kino Lorber will by sidetracked with their releases by the virus?
Again, with all the important things going on in the world, this is a small matter. But still I pray that the closing will be as short as...
I remember that show. It was on Sunday night, and it was possibly the most wholesome family program I ever saw.
Now, they need to work on Bonanza and Beverly Hillbillies.
Eh, Guys. Do the people who buy these sets actually set down and play each episode...
Forgot "A Howling in the Woods" with Barbara Eden.
I feel your pain.
Do these Kino releases come out at stores, or only via internet?
Murder Can Hurt You (ABC late seventies tv movie) Parodying tv detectives. Narrated by Don Adams
Can you share how you know this?
I'm hoping for more sixties Universal comedies to come out like, "What's So Bad About Feeling Good?" and "The Perils of Pauline," The first being...
WBA's March releases were very disappointing. At least, classic tv wise.
So many people passed this weekend; Orson Bean, Kirk Douglas, Kevin Conway, and now Bob Conrad. We're losing so much of our past.
Dear Neil, I feel the same way about the Brady Bunch. Today's Disney Live Action Kid and Nickelodeon shows (not cartoons) make the Brady Bunch...
I enjoyed Domestic Life. It was a decent show.
Wow! Somebody else remembers Lucas Tanner. Can't even find the tv theme on youtube.com
Was that the tv version with William Shatner?
Any chance the Universal releases for the sixties would include, "What's So Bad About Feeling Good?" and "The Perils of Pauline" The Pat Boone...
Wish WB Archives could release one animated classic television and one regular classic television series a month. The releases seem to go so...
Will ironies ever cease?
Does anyone know of any big unreleased Universal animated series this can give hope too?
Just some off questions:
Does anyone know what is/was the most frequently unreleased animated series that is under the auspices of Universal?...
Hunter is under the auspices of Warner Archives, so there is some slight hope there.
My favorite character on Bonanza was Hoss. Played by the great Dan Blocker, he brought a gentleness and humor to the show. Perhaps his importance...