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Discussion in 'TV on DVD and Blu-ray' started by ClassicTVMan1981X, Nov 23, 2018.
Choose the correct one, and you'll win the game.
So is it "Spencer's Pilots?"
That would certainly be something out of left field.
So I got the short-lived part right. A smaller set then. I think that show only had 10 or 11 episodes.
Yes, especially considering its a Sony show and one that's never been transferred.
My bad. Was thinking Trackdown.
The problem with Trackdown is that the rights are muddied. It was a Four Star show, back before they retained rights to their programs. CBS owns it but aren't sure they also have home video rights as well. But at least thanks to ME-TV, modern transfers were done.
I keep hoping we’ll get a release of 12 O’Clock High.
But that's owned by FOX due to its connection with the 1949 movie of the same name, so it's also in Disney's hands at present...
Thanks for the info! Probably won't happen then.
Are Fox deals difficult or expensive to make for a smaller company, the only way to see those locked away shows would be through licensing, alas there doesn't seem to be any such current deals (apart from Shout doing WKRP).
I 5hink i have a guess as to what show cbs mod is going to put out, based on the hints i would guess the nurses.
Hoping for at least one of the following TV movies to be out on DVD through this MOD service of CBS DVD:
Weekend of Terror (1970)
Assault on the Wayne (1971)
Night of Terror (1972)
The Weekend Nun (1972)
Paramount Presents (1974)
Red Alert (1977)
True Grit: A Further Adventure (1978)
The Top of the Hill (1980)
The Girl, the Gold Watch, and Everything (1980)
The Girl, the Gold Watch, and Dynamite (1981)
(James A. Michener's) Space (1985)
Wallenberg: A Hero's Story (1985)
Command 5 (1985)
Roman Holiday (1987; a remake of the 1953 theatrical release of the same name)
Did Neil ever reveal the mystery series?
Bert Greene correctly identified it as "Spencer's Pilots" back on post #62
Wallenberg has been out for several years.
Does anyone know anything about Spencer's Pilots to be able to commend it? Ordinarily I'd never consider an obscure 11 episode show, but it's been a very quiet year, so a little generic 1970's drama might be fun. Unless someone has seen it and would suggest I run for the hills before I plunk down hard-earned cash for it.
I've never seen it; don't know if I've ever even heard of it before.
The wiki page notes a lot of guest stars I have heard of, though.
Guess what? According to TV Shows On DVD's Facebook page, Here's Boomer has finally been released (as of March 15) on NTSC Region 1 DVD! Seasons 1 and 2 are both available, but treated as separate releases. Both are $24.99.
Fingers crossed that the 1979, '80 and '81 Paramount Blue Mountains will be intact, as well as the 1979 Christmas special!
I hope so too (that CBS does not see fit to impose their brand [CBSTD] on these rare releases)!
Reason I believe they will preserve the Blue Mountain here, is because I remember they did so on Best of the West.