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Next Hanna-Barbera set?

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

  1. JamesSmith

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    Don't forget Wildfire, Wait Till Your Father Comes Home season 2, Harlem Globetrotters, Jennie, Partridge Family 2535, (the last three series have rights issues).

    James
     
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    You mean for the last two Jeannie and Partridge Family: 2200 AD, but I believe you'd also expect:
    The Scooby-Doo/Dynomutt Hour (1976-77) with original single-sequence opening and closing titles and the short Dynomutt, Dog Wonder bumper to mark the start of that segment.
    The Fonz & the Happy Days Gang (1980-82)
    The Richie Rich/Scooby-Doo Show (and Scrappy, Too!) (1980-82) with original 45-second single-sequence closing credits as well as the special half-hour intro.
    Laverne & Shirley in the Army (1981-82)
    The Mork & Mindy/Laverne & Shirley/Fonz Hour (1982-83)
    The Scooby and Scrappy-Doo/Puppy Hour (1982-83)

    ~Ben
     
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    Season 2 and 3 of Wait till your Father Comes Home have serious rights issues, most likely music. Harlem Globetrotters, Jeannie and Partridge Family don't have rights issues they just don't belong to Warner Archive so they can't release them.
    Globetrotters belongs to CBS/Paramount
    Jeannie and Partridge Family belong to Sony
    Those studios don't seem to have any interest in releasing Saturday morning cartoons.

    CBS/Paramount also owns Lassies Rescue Rangers, The Happy Days/Laverne and Shirley and Mork and Mindy Cartoons.
     
  4. Randy Korstick

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    and also don't forget:

    The New adventures of Gulliver
    The Banana Splits Hour
    The Tom and Jerry/Grape Ape Show (1975)
    Fangface (Ruby Spears)
     
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  5. JamesSmith

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    Doesn't WB Archives have the rights to Goldie Gold, Fangface, and a few other Ruby Spears shows?

    James
     
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    Ooops. I missed the Fangface part here with my earlier post. Looks like you have everything covered, Randy.

    Umm. There was the Plastic Family segments in the Plastic Man second season that haven't come out on DVD yet.

    James
     
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    Yes they should have all the Ruby Spears shows except any that were TV shows remakes like Fonzie
     
  8. ClassicTVMan1981X

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    They also do not have the rights to the following:
    The Horse That Played Centerfield
    The Trouble with Miss Switch
    Miss Switch to the Rescue

    ~Ben
     
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    On the subject of another rare 70's entity--Saturday Superstar Movie--there is a Filmation episode-"Daffy Duck and Porky Pig Meet The Groovie Goolies". I'm still wanting that to be put on DVD.
    Amidst all the VHS and bootleg copies that have been around --I just saw a broadcast quality print surface (part 1 of it--in German from a German TV broadcast under the name- "Monsterparty Auf Schloss Blutenburg-17. Daffy Duck und das Phantom der Seifenoper" on Dailymotion. Does this mean a broadcast quality copy of this might surface here in the US soon?
    And does anyone know where part 2 can be found?
     
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    Being the owner of the entire original series (I picked it up when Big Lots had this series, along with lots of other H/B series for three bucks a shot!). :D I'm sitting on the fence on this one. Since it says "Volume One" I presume other "volumes" are in the works. I'll keep my eyes peeled for further releases, and If my calculations are correct The earlier volumes will decrease in price as the other volumes get released. I trust someone will publish reviews on how good these new episodes are, and this will ultimately decide whether or not I will purchase this series. :cool:
     
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    Another slap in the face to those of waiting since 2016 for another classic HB from the 50's - 70's. About 2 dozen shows left to release from this period. This is a definite pass for me.
     
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    Hey! I liked the Biscuits. It was just like the Smurfs, and I believe (maybe I'm wrong) one episode was written by a Star Trek veteran.

    James
     
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    THE BISKITTS also featured, among the voice cast, Kathleen Helppie-Shipley... she later became the vice-president of production and administration for Warner Bros. Television Animation.

    ~Ben
     
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    Excited for The Biskitts. The '80s are my childhood era. But overall, I support all the releases - new & old.

    Always nice to see an original release.
     
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    There's supposedly 33 episodes for the first season according to TheTVDB.com...https://www.thetvdb.com/?tab=season&seriesid=334114&seasonid=727186&lid=7
     
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    Thanks for the look-ahead. :thumbsup: I wouldn't be surprised if I can get the entire season for $19.99 by years end. :D This is the first show to make my 2018 "Santa List" (which won't be purchased until the following January). :cool: In the meantime I've got some bigger fish to fry! :cheers:

    PS I wonder what other shows will make my 2019 January 6 (the 12th day of Christmas - this is when I order the sets on my "Santa List" ( I don't want to hold back cash from my Children's Christmas Charities)), January 27, April 2, April 14, April 22, July 9 and August 19 lists? :laugh:
     
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    Since 2016 for WAC, but in some cases since 1982 when H-B shows started coming out, one one-hour tape at a time.

    Quick Draw McGraw made it to VHS (such as it was) back then, by the way.
     
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