Any word on THE HONEYMOONERS on dvd?

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  1. todd stone

    todd stone Screenwriter

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  2. Patrick McCart

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    Paramount owns the series.

    I've seen some episodes on TV and they look pretty good (even the kinescope episodes).
     
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    I'd love them to release both of the sets available on VHS on DVD, this is the best TV show ever in my opinion. I've been wanting to get the VHS sets, I just don't want to have to buy useless VHS tapes.
     
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    I'm dying to get the classic 39 on DVD. I've seen every episode at least 100 times each and I never get tired of them.
     
  6. Dave Scarpa

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    I Just started buying the Lost episodes with the first box set. When the classic 39 finally do release does MPI Own the rights? I'd rather see a multi disk set with all the eps than what MPI is doing with the lost eps. Granted they are 110 min a disk but there's alot of filler , Greatest Kranden moments and the like. They could easily have with all the lost eps on a 7 disk set. I'm buying them from Deep Discount but thats still $36 for a set.
     
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    david for some reason when i searched for the link i didnt see it, i just thought my post never went through.
     
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    For the record Fox owns the rights for the classic 39 not Paramount.

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