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  1. BobO'Link

    Ozzie & Harriet Release From Sam Nelson?

    Yes: https://www.amazon.com/Essential-Ozzie-Harriet-Collection/dp/B000SBAVIW/ref=olp_product_details?_encoding=UTF8&me=&qid=1579887719&sr=1-1
  2. BobO'Link

    Ozzie & Harriet Release From Sam Nelson?

    If you didn't say who it was I'd never guess Ozzie! Harriet is almost obvious (sounds just like I'd expect her to sound singing that is and could possibly tell you it was her if I'd seen an episode or two of the show before hearing it).
  3. BobO'Link

    Ozzie & Harriet Release From Sam Nelson?

    Well there ya go! Learn something new every day! For me it's "Don't bother looking for Boylan's to try." :D
  4. BobO'Link

    Ozzie & Harriet Release From Sam Nelson?

    No... *wintergreen* tastes like Pepto... I was given that stuff so much as a kid (just mention your stomach doesn't feel right or hurts and *BAM* get a huge spoonful - and it seemed like we had *lots* of stomach bugs back then) that I can't stand the taste or smell of wintergreen as it reminds...
  5. BobO'Link

    Ozzie & Harriet Release From Sam Nelson?

    Not a lot - 18 episodes if I counted/located properly. One of the 4 Christmas episodes from the Shout set is on the MC set. Here's the MC list of episodes with indicators for the overlaps and set:
  6. BobO'Link

    Ozzie & Harriet Release From Sam Nelson?

    Yes. Like most shows of that era there's little to no continuity you have to worry about. Were it not for the boys aging you could watch shows in any order and would likely never notice the difference.
  7. BobO'Link

    Ozzie & Harriet Release From Sam Nelson?

    I can go for either 50s or 60s TV - especially comedy but some drama as well (I've never been a huge "drama" fan). When it comes to Westerns you really can't beat the 50s. There were some good ones in the 60s but not nearly as many and most of the better ones started in the 50s or very early...
  8. BobO'Link

    Ozzie & Harriet Release From Sam Nelson?

    And George Burns was "breaking the fourth wall" before Ozzie - in 1950 on The Burns & Allen Show - another that's woefully underrepresented on disc. Martin & Lewis also did this in some of their Colgate Comedy Hour sketches - in 1950.
  9. BobO'Link

    Ozzie & Harriet Release From Sam Nelson?

    All appearances are Sam, like other heirs to once popular TV shows, vastly overestimated the amount of money the series is worth and priced himself out of a partnership with a distributor who understands these things. He was then apparently arrogant enough to think he could just do it himself...
  10. BobO'Link

    Ozzie & Harriet Release From Sam Nelson?

    My Ozzie and Harriet collection is pretty much what Gary recommends - That Mill Creek 100 episode set and a couple of the Shout! sets just in case. I just looked 'em up. That MC set must be OOP as it's stupid high - even for used. Right now, secondspin has the most reasonable price on a copy...
  11. BobO'Link

    Ozzie & Harriet Release From Sam Nelson?

    Not to mention that he reportedly passed on a deal with a distributor when an offer was made.