Huck, Yogi and Flintstones Coming In November

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  1. Greg Chenoweth

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    Yes, it's true. TVShowsonDVD.com is reporting that "Huckleberry Hound, Season 1", "Yogi Bear: The Complete Series" and "The Flintstones, Season 4" all arrive in video stores on November 15.

    What a great Hanna-Barbera day. I am very thrilled about Huck. He is my favorite cartoon character of all time. He's the best.
     
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    Thanks for the heads up, Greg. Here are the links:

    Huckleberry Hound

    Yogi Bear

    Flintstones

    Sadly, it looks like only one episode of Huck and Yogi apiece will be restored with the original bridges and bumpers, but i appreciate how much it would take to restore them all.

    I know I'm wishing my life away, but I can't wait till November!
     
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    Has there been any word if they are also going to release "Yogi's First Christmas" this year?


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    I haven't heard about a DVD release of "Yogi's First Christmas". If anyone sees something, please let us know.

    There will be FIVE episodes on the Huck box set that will be fully reconstructed with bumpers, Kellogg's open and closes and the whole shebang. My source is Jerry Beck and he has stated such at the Animation Forum at www.cartoonresearch.com. Here is the link to his comments:

    http://www.animationshow.com/forums/...=ST&f=8&t=2112
     

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