Obscure TV dvd requests

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Rick Pay, Oct 28, 2002.

  1. Rick Pay

    Rick Pay Stunt Coordinator

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    Anyone here news about Rich Man, Poor Man, the 70's ABC miniseries starring Nick Nolte?

    Another oscure tv request, a TV movie called "House on Green Apple Road" from 1970.
     
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    Unfortunately, I see nothing yet from Universal to indicate that their TV-to-DVD initiative (as they refer to it) will include any miniseries. At least not yet.

    Hopefully they do not overlook this aspect of TV on DVD. Espcially with this title; it is VERY popular!
     
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    I can't believe the mini-series "Pennies from Heaven" (the original British version with Bob Hoskins) has never been deemed fit for release on home video in any format. That one's probably my holiest of Holy Grails.
     
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    How about Beyond Westworld (1980)? It only lasted six or so episodes.
     
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    I'd dearly love to see La Femme Nikita from USA in a DVD set. (But maybe that's not really obscure TV.)

    Mojo
     
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    The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis, with Dwayne Hickman and Bob Denver as Maynard G. Krebbs. A very innovative (and funny) show that not many people seem to remember.
     

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