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Lone Ranger Seasons 1 & 2

Discussion in 'TV on DVD and Blu-ray' started by John Sparks, Sep 13, 2008.

  1. John Sparks

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    I hope they take these from the souce and not some 10th generation...and I hope they don't come out like "The Cisco Kid!!!"


    From DVD Review
    Celebrating the Western icon’s 75th Anniversary, Genius Products has added a 13-disc DVD Collector’s Edition of The Lone Ranger to their fall line-up.
    Return with us now to those thrilling days of yesteryear...when with one jaunty call, “Hi-Yo, Silver!” the Lone Ranger solidified his role as America’s favorite hero of the Wild West with his trusted companion Tonto by his side. Mounted atop a white stallion, he remains a steadfast symbol for truth and justice, capturing the hearts and imaginations of generations of fans.
    The massive DVD set will feature the complete first and second seasons of the original TV series, available together for the first time! Running over 1900 minutes, the set will also include Limited Edition Collectibles, a complete Episode Guide and other supplements.
    “The Lone Ranger 75th Anniversary Collector’s Edition” will arrive in stores on November 11 with a $119.93 sticker price.
     
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    Unfortunately, I see no indication of subtitles for hearing-impaired/ closed captions. Wonder if the episodes will look the same as on previous Rhino releases or if they have actually been remastered?. Anyway, what I would personally like to see is a restored/ remastered reissue of the 1956 big-screen movie of same name and/or its sequel "The Lost City of Gold".
     
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    Saw this at Wal-Mart today for $19.99
     
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    they look pretty great. I'm trying thou to encode it for my plex server and universal put all the episodes into a single file , I tried all the ways of ripping ive known using dvd decrytor with no luck, anyone have any suggestions
     
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    Seems like a lot of the eps must be cut some are 25 min but a lot are 22 min
     
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    Sounds like the same masters used for the Complete Episodes Box Set that was released 5 or 6 yeas ago around the time that the Disney Lone Ranger film was released. In any case it 's good that these classic and timeless episodes are available again .
     
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    so i guess we're not getting any more seasons then
     
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    I'd say not.
     
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    What plex server do you use? How does that work?
     
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    Why? Are the sales of this reissue so bad after just one week, they won’t release the rest?
     
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    I have no idea about sales numbers but just don't expect this to sell in numbers large enough to warrant the rest coming out. That's in spite of loving this series and wanting those seasons myself - I missed the Classic Media all-in-one release thinking it'd come out in either better packaging or as season sets. Instead, it had a very short release going OOP rather quickly. I'd already purchased the 75th Anniversary set with S1 & S2 so didn't want to double-dip to get the last 3 seasons.

    Then again, I never expected the 75th Anniversary set to see a rerelease and here it is.
     
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    i have my own plex server, i rip all my dvd sets to it for ease of watching
     

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