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JohnS

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I figure with the success of Transformers Season 1, that maybe we will start to see other cartoons on DVD very soon.

So maybe we can get the studios attention and let them know what we want, and how we want it.



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*Season sets with nice box art work.

*Restoration(if needed)

*Restoration demo(extra)

*commercials for the toy related cartoon(extra)



He-man Halmark

She-Ra Halmark

G.I. Joe Rhino

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Columbia/Tri-Star

Smurfs

Go-Bots-(all 65 episodes)

Super Friends

Pixie & Dixie

Flinstones

Jetsons

Yogi Bear

Captain Caveman-(all 16 episodes)

Charlie Brown & Snoopy Show

Ewoks(all episodes)

Droids: The Adventures of R2-D2 and C-3PO(entire "only" season)

The Funtastic World of Hanna-Barbera

Muppet Babies

Spider-Man and his Amazing Friends
 

David Lambert

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Somewhere in there you need Voltron (Trimark) and Wacky Races (presumedly WB).

Not to mention it for the upteenth time, but how about voting for all of these at TVShowsOnDVD?
 

Edwin-S

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Captain Harlock - uncut and unedited with original Japanese/English subs
Mysterious Cities of Gold - also in in its OSL/English subs
Ringing Bell - an obscure Japanese childrens film which I found curiously existentialist (if that is the correct word)
Horus, Prince of the Sun - saw this as a kid and still remember the ice wolves. I would like to see it again, to see how it holds up.
Sea Prince and the Fire Child - what can I say....I liked this one
I can wish but I don't see any of these showing up on DVD anytime soon.....so I won't hold my breath.
 

Cynthia

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I'd probably buy most of the cartoons I used to watch just for nostalgia's sake.

DuckTales

Heathcliff

Alvin and the Chipmunks

Muppet Babies

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

Animaniacs

Woody Woodpecker

Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers

The Smurfs
 

Eric Huffstutler

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Back to the classics, I would like to see the Looney Toons World War II cartoons. They came out on video but haven't seen anything on DVD yet? They were made during the war and spoofs on things of the day such as draft dodging, Hitler, and the likes.
 

Edwin-S

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Back to the classics, I would like to see the Looney Toons World War II cartoons. They came out on video but haven't seen anything on DVD yet? They were made during the war and spoofs on things of the day such as draft dodging, Hitler, and the likes.
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There is one disc of these available. It is called Cartoon Crazys goes to war . They are mostly public domain stuff. The disc had the following shorts:
Bugs Bunny Bond Rally
Daffy the Commando
Eleventh hour
Ding Dong Daddy
Falling Hare
Jurky Turky
Tale of Two Kitties
Superman
Fifth Column Mouse
Fony Fables
Wartime Propaganda cartoons
Scrap Happy Daffy
Hell Bent for Election
three Snafu shorts
Not all Loony Tunes and decidedly a mixed bag but an interesting disc to check out.
 

Dave Isham

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I'd like to see releases of the New Adventures of Mighty Mouse and the Ed Grimley animated series...

Steven Page: Back when I was a full time musician, we played at a West Point Military Academy dance for the cadets. The WWII period looney tunes episode were playing all night on the overhead screen. Although it was more chilling than entertaining, I'd like to see these released also. (I don't know whether they'll ever find their way out of the vault though.
 

Edwin-S

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A couple to add to the list
Tale Spin - I thought this was the best of the Disney TV cartoons
Tiny Toon Adventures - I liked this series a lot more than Animaniacs but I would take that one too
Tiny Toon Adventures - How I spent my Vacation
The Plague Dogs - I keep rooting for this one
Rock and Rule - mostly because I have never seen it and have been waiting for years to see it
All of Nelvanas early output including The Devil and Daniel Mouse, Rome-O and Julie-8, Intergalactic Thanksgiving, Jack the Easter Rabbit, etc.
 

Edwin-S

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I want all the Tex Avery MGM shorts on DVD, and I want them NOW!
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Just read this. I'll second this and the Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies cartoons in order by year. :emoji_thumbsup:
I could probably go on all day in this thread. :)
 

Aaron Silverman

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I want three: Ren, Stimpy, and The Critic! ;)
There are also a bunch of anime titles that aren't available here yet. . .like Noir. That show rocks!
 

Anthony Hom

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The world war 2 lonney tunes that were made specifically for the army are on Bosko video and have all the Private Sanfu cartoons.

I would like to see the rest of the Jay Ward series,

George of the Jungle/ Super chicken/Tom Slick/Tennesee Tuxedo.
 

Henry V

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Obviously I'd love any and all of the classic Warner's LOONEY TUNES to be released.

Failing that,the original JONNY QUEST series from 1964 would be great to see again.
 

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