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Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Eric Stuckey, Jan 2, 2002.
And if you could tell me where your info comes from,that would be great.
I think we're supposed to get more MOONLIGHTING episodes from Anchor Bay, aren't we....?
Rhino has this to say about that '80's phenomenon, The Transformers:
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.
That 80's show...?
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
Star Trek: The Next Generation is an 80s show
Saved by the Bell
The Real Ghostbusters
Denver the Last Dinosaur
Doogie Howser, M.D.
if anyone's offering, which I don't think they are.
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.
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?
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.
I love Danger Mouse. I've got all the R2 releases.
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).