This is from BBC TV's Play for today series. Two volumes of episodes on DVD/Blu-ray have been released in the UK, with a third being prepared. Unfortunately The Traitor isn't among the episodes released so far.
Not sure if this has already been mentioned, but every single episode of '12 O'Clock High' is available on YouTube. Good thing to as it will never get a release on DVD.
This from a reviewer on Amazon: 'CBS restored this really funny series for syndication about 4 years ago. They are finally releasing it (in 2 volumes, one with 19 episodes, one with 18.) Supposedly, the running time is 424 minutes. That breaks down to 22 1/2 minutes per show. Volume 2 will be...
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Sorry if this has been asked already, but has Song of the South been released anywhere in the world on DVD officially. It appears to be available on DVD-R in Australia region free, but this appears to be a bootleg release
Check out Woodward in his first major TV success in the UK: Callan.
And if you are hooked, the DVD's (a multi region DVD player will be needed)::
I have the US DVD Anniversary edition which states the running time as 7 hours 49 minutes (449 minutes) approximately. This edition is currently on Amazon.com stating the running time as 475 minutes. So contradicts what is said on the DVD box. Amazon.com has a VHS video listed with stated...
I wote to the CTVA email address a couple of weeks ago and today received this reply. Frankly it doesn't help much.
Μίcrοѕοft account team <[email protected]>
Sep 5, 2018, 9:12 PM (11 hours ago)
Re: The Classic TV Archive
Web Host: one.com
Domain Name: ctva.biz
As you know...
The bible for US TV is: The Complete Directory to Prime Time Network and Cable TV Shows, 1946 to present. Ninth and final edition published in 2007. Over 1800 pages.
Presumeably they will be able to be imported from China. If the potential niche market is big enough surely some bright distributor will import in bulk. Unless of course OPPO is getting out the player market worldwide and concentrating on Mobile Phones in China and India.
I placed the episodes of Long Hot Summer on YouTube. All episodes still exist but the other 13 are unavailable anywhere. As a 20th Century Fox series it seems unlikely the complete series will ever get a DVD release.