21 Jump Street

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  1. Ron-P

    Ron-P Producer

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    The other day my friends were giving me grief about being a Johnny Depp fan and they said "Yeah, I bet you watched 21 Jump Street", "I said, as a matter of fact, I did".
    Never really thought about it until then. Anyone hear of this hitting DVD anytime?
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  2. Mark_Wilson

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    God I loved this show when it was on! Who has the rights to this?
     
  3. Richard Travale

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    Man, it would be awesome to see Tommy, Doug, Judy, Harry, Booker, Blowfish, Joey, Mac and the Captains again. A friend of mine had a walk on in one of the episodes(yeah, who didn't eh?). Who owns the rights to this show?
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  4. Mark_Wilson

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    looks like "20th Century Fox, Stephen J. Cannell Productions" have the rights.
     
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    I also liked the show very much.. I have most of them on tape..
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  6. Scott Strang

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    Something I always wondered about is the almost obsessive references to the show in Night at the Roxbury.
    The only places I've ever heard of the show were ad's in Video Review magazine and in Roxbury.
    Was it a notoriously unsucessful show? From what people are saying it I gather it was a series.
    cya
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