Any 80's tv show's or Cartoons coming this year?

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  1. Eric Stuckey

    Eric Stuckey Second Unit

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    And if you could tell me where your info comes from,that would be great.
     
  2. Craig Beam

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    I think we're supposed to get more MOONLIGHTING episodes from Anchor Bay, aren't we....?
     
  3. David Lambert

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    Rhino has this to say about that '80's phenomenon, The Transformers:
     
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    The cartoon Adventures of the Galaxy Rangers MAY be coming out on dvd. I have been in contact with a lady from Gaylord Entertainment (who owns the rights) and she said they are trying to put it together. I am to call her back in mid to end of January for an update.
     
  5. BertFalasco

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    That 80's show...?

    -Bert
     
  6. Damien Montanile

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    Totally weird that this thread should pop up now....

    I was totally in the mood for a Danger Mouse Boxset earlier today....Id really get a kick out of that..Maybe one day the powers that be will release one

    -Damien
     
  7. Jeff Kleist

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    Star Trek: The Next Generation is an 80s show [​IMG]
     
  8. LukeB

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    I'll take:
    Growing Pains
    Wonder Years
    ALF
    Full House
    Perfect Strangers
    Saved by the Bell
    The Real Ghostbusters
    Duck Tales
    Denver the Last Dinosaur
    Doogie Howser, M.D.
    if anyone's offering, which I don't think they are. [​IMG]
     
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    What about the "The New Adventures of Mighty Mouse" that Bakshi did in the late 80's. I would love to have that on DVD.
     
  10. John_Berger

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    I wouldn't even mind seeing He-Man cartoons again! Cartoon Network has me so-o-o-o "Hanna-Barbera"-ed out! At least "Battle of the Planets" in on DVD -- yes, it's 70s, but it's still nostalgia.
    I could also go for Danger Mouse on DVD. I converted my original DM VHS tapes to VCD. Does that count? [​IMG]
     
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  12. Gord Lacey

    Gord Lacey Cinematographer

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    Don't forget that I'm trying to list ALL the TV shows that are out on DVD on my site http://www.TVShowsOnDVD.com.
    As of this moment there are 800 discs in the database, with more being added all the time. I also have a list of a few hundred (350+) more discs to go up there. I'm trying to add the new discs when they're announced as well as going back and adding some of the previously released discs.
    Gord
     
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    I love Danger Mouse. I've got all the R2 releases.
     
  14. Alex Spindler

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    Funny, I was just reading about the release of Gatchaman, which was shown here as Battle of the Planets and G-Force (which was what I watched in as in the 80's). Sounds like it could be fun. The series itself is huge (100+ episodes in the first series alone), so this could occupy a huge amount of shelf space (and wallet space).
     

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