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Next Hanna-Barbera set?

Discussion in 'TV on DVD and Blu-ray' started by Matthew Green, Oct 6, 2004.

  1. Mark Y

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    They do exist, in 16mm film. The hybrid versions you mention are video dubs with Season 2 titles and bumpers cut into Season 1 shows. Those versions are one-inch video dubs made from 2-inch Quad. They also have various segments (not entire shows as aired) in 35mm. This is according to the late Earl Kress. If they did new transfers of the 16mm one-hour shows with the Season 2 bits from the Quad tapes as extras, I'd be okay with that.
     
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    Hello - I'm new here and this is my first post. Literally just signed up to ask if anyone knows whether a Quickdraw Mcgraw complete series DVD is EVER going to happen? I've looked all over the web and found that it's been 'shelved' basically due to issues with the music track and the rendition being poor. However, that was from 2006 if I'm not mistaken. Any info or thoughts would be great. Thanks!
     
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    Not to mention there's very few film labs left here in the USA that some of these restorations would depend on!

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    Oh man, that bad huh? I really hope it happens soon. I felt lucky to get hold of the Peter Potamus show recently. Set me back £32, already on disc 2 and it's great!
     
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    Welcome aboard
     
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    Sure wish we would get at least one 50's, 60's or 70's Hanna Barbera release this year. This may be the first year since they started that I have not bought any HB releases. Normally I buy 6-8 new releases a year.
     
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    I don’t if many on her are trying the Boomerang streaming service, but I’ve been messing around with it this month and was pleased to find a lot of the older content is provided in HD. Shows like Atom Ant, SD where are you? And more. That was a nice surprise as I’ve been hoping for a Scooby blue ray release. This can tide me over until then. I watched Flintstones meet Rockula and Frankenstone this weekend and it also was HD.
     
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    After watching the 1970s Tom Sawyer, I opened up the New Adventures of Huckleberry Finn this weekend. I'd never seen it before, but my kids loved it. It was a big hit. Here's hoping we get more vintage HB before the end of the year.
     
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    Randy Korstick

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    They used to mix this and some other cartoons in with reruns of the Banana Splits Hour in the 70's. That is where I originally saw it. It was originally on prime time in 1968. I've always liked it. And yes bring on more classic HB. Its been a very dry year.
     
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    That is how I first saw the series also, the syndicated Banana Splits in the 70s was a lot of fun. It was my introduction to shorts like Secret Squirrel and Squiddly Diddly. I agree with you about this year, I expected a lot more releases given the diamond celebration.
     
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    I was introduced to this show when it was aired on NBC in the late 60s, problem was it ran opposite of Lassie on CBS. Fortunately It was shown once a week as a segment of The Banana Splits and I liked what I saw. Today I have all of the shows I mentioned on DVD.
     
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    I think Porky the Pig ate up all the animated WA titles this year.
     
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    No, not exactly... they did manage to release Dink the Dinosaur (1989-90) a while ago.

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    I guess it was so dinky I overlooked it . . .
     
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    Warner Archive has posted both SPACE GHOST and BIRDMAN as reissues for December 5th. MORE REISSUES!!!! I WANT SOMETHING NEW!!!!
     
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    Yes a very sad year for HB releases.
     
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    Will we ever see Jana of the Jungle?
     
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    That, plus...
    The Huckleberry Hound Show (seasons 2-4, 1959-62)
    The Quick Draw McGraw Show (1959-62)
    The Hanna-Barbera New Cartoon Show (1962-63)... meaning, Wally Gator, Lippy the Lion and Hardy Har-Har and Touché Turtle and Dum-Dum (the latter most best known as Bill Thompson's only contribution to a Hanna-Barbera cartoon)
    The Banana Splits Adventure Hour (1968-70)... season 2, though, has reruns of The Hillbilly Bears included!
    The Adventures of Gulliver (1968-69)
    The Cattanooga Cats (1969-70)... 1 hour version preferred
    The Flintstone Comedy Hour (CBS, 1972-74)... 1 hour version preferred
    These Are the Days (1974-75)
    The Mumbly Cartoon Show (1976)
    Dynomutt, Dog Wonder... meaning with original (pre-1978) opening and closing titles (as last seen on USA Cartoon Express)
    Skatebirds (1977)... 1 hour version preferred (meaning we'll have to deal with the chopped-up Clue Club episodes that make up Woofer & Whimper: Dog Detectives)
    C.B. Bears (1977-78)... 1 hour version preferred
    Yogi's Space Race (1978-79)... 90 minute version preferred
    The Flintstone Comedy Show (NBC, 1980-82)... 90 minute version (1 hour for 1981-82 season) preferred
    Trollkins (1981-82)

    ~Ben
     

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