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Discussion in 'TV on DVD and Blu-ray' started by Matthew Green, Oct 6, 2004.
Yes, it was. However, an album released at the time has the full episode with the laugh track.
What is that?
A record was released with that episode on it, and it has a laugh track. The DVD and blu do not.
Especially since Scooby as their major retail franchise for characters.
When watching the end credits, the Screen Gems in-credit logo remains intact (unlike the DVD release), but fades out before we see the customized "This Has Been an ABC Television Network Presentation" end cap.
Here are comparisons showing how poor the SDWAY Blu-ray is compared to the Amazon HD stream.
Didn't look all that bad to me!
Looking at that example, I'd be more inclined to say look how much better the blu-ray looks compared to the Amazon stream.
So you prefer your cartoons to look over processed and to have all the detail smeared away? That's your preference I guess. I prefer them to look like they originally did, but in HD.
I guess that means you'd prefer that WHV handled Jonny Quest and The Jetsons and make them look the same.
I don't think it looks bad at all. It doesn't look as good as Johnny Quest on Blu, but still has great picture quality.
The amazon HD stream does look as good as Jonny Quest though, because it lacks all the DNR that was applied to the Blu-Ray.
First question: Do they still exist?
Their past record suggests even if they have them, they probably will not release them (see Scooby-Doo/Dynomutt). I'd love to be wrong about this.
Does anyone known the next hb release.
Scooby-Doo on Zombie Island is now on iTunes and Amazon in HD.
Hopefully they're considering a Blu-ray, but with the fact that they ditched the Blu-rays for DTV Scooby movies, sadly I'm not very confident. I will also note that I have not yet bought it, but I assume it is genuine HD as WHV doesn't tend to upscale things for fake digital HD releases.
I hope that at least one of the following will be released thru Warner Archive in 2020:
Touche Turtle and Dum-Dum (1962-63)
The Adventures of Gulliver (1968)
The Cattanooga Cats (1969)
The Flintstone Comedy Hour (CBS) (1972-73)
These Are the Days (1974-75)
The Mumbly Cartoon Show (1976)
CB Bears (1977)
Skatebirds (1977), not complete without the heavily-edited Clue Club segments (in this case known as Woofer & Whimper)
Yogi's Space Race (1978)
Jana of the Jungle (1978)
The New Fred and Barney Show (1979)
The New Shmoo (1979)
The Flintstone Comedy Show (NBC) (1980-81)
The Gary Coleman Show (1982), with opening teasers and Casey Kasem's opening narration restored
Yogi's Treasure Hunt (1985-88)
The New Yogi Bear Show (1988)
Here's a HD clip from YouTube. Looks to be legitimate.
Well, looks like we all guessed correctly. The next Hanna Barbera sets are “The Fonz and the Happy Days Gang” and “Laverne and Shirley in the Army”.
That leaves only the 1982 Mork & Mindy cartoon being unreleased yet.
Well. Those two are a shock. I never expected those two out of three to come out on DVD. Really. Does this mean (besides the Mork and Mindy cartoon) we might get the Jeannie cartoon?
Really. Any new TV DVD releases is better than no TV DVD releases.