Nowhere Man DVD - Release Date & Artwork

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  1. John*D

    John*D Second Unit

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    Davis-Anderson now has a web site for the upcoming DVD release of Nowhere Man. It says the set is coming December 27th, 2005! [​IMG] Yippie...

    The web site includes a list of extras and an image of the artwork (subject to change). You can also sign up for NEWS/info. They also provided a synopsis of every episode.


    Artwork:
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    Main Page:
    http://www.nowheremandvd.com/

    Episode Synopsis:
    http://www.nowheremandvd.com/Synopsis.html
     
  2. EmmaAU

    EmmaAU Agent

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    I have been waiting for these dvds forever! Image Entertainment also has a web page for the Nowhere Man release (this site won't let me post the url).
     
  3. Mike Graham

    Mike Graham Supporting Actor

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    MUST

    HAVE

    NOW!

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  4. Steven_Kale

    Steven_Kale Extra

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    AWESOME! I loved this show when it first aired.
     
  5. Lou Sytsma

    Lou Sytsma Producer

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    Can't wait to make some comparisons.[​IMG]
     
  6. Mike Miskulin

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    The boot was/is good, but I'm sure this'll trounce it in every way. Can't wait.
     
  7. Lyle_JP

    Lyle_JP Screenwriter

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    It's a shame no cable station ever picked this up after its first season run (although I remember hearing that Hertzog got sick of Buena Vista television dictating the course of the show and didn't want to continue anyway).

    -Lyle J.P.
     

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