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Ozzie & Harriet Release From Sam Nelson?

Discussion in 'TV on DVD and Blu-ray' started by timk1041, May 2, 2019.

  1. oldtvshowbuff

    oldtvshowbuff Supporting Actor

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    So it was Bob LeMond on this sponsor billboard, otherwise, Cy Harrice was the voice-over announcer for the Salem spots!
     
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  2. Josh Steinberg

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    So if I want to see Here Come The Nelsons, I’m basically SOL, right?
     
  3. Gary16

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  4. Josh Steinberg

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    Crap, I put my VCR into storage :(
     
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    Bob Gu

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    Here, Josh..

    "Here Come The Nelsons"- Part 1 (To watch full screen, at the Vimeo site, click on the blue title at the top of the video window.)


    Part 2



    Part 3




    Here's the episode with the Salem commercial. S10E16 Feb.1,1962.
     
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    Then how can you transfer your tapes to DVD?
     
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    What's the Mill Creek set that's recommended? Is it "The Essential Ozzie & Harriet Collection"?
     
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    I pulled out my Mill Creek set yesterday and watched a few episodes of Ozzie And Harriet . I'm sure we can safely say that the "restoration project " (SN). is over , done , and has left the station .
    So , can anyone here suggest the best way to get as many of the 425 produced episodes as possible ?
    I know this program is Public Domain, and it seems like there are a lot of episodes floating around.
    Besides the Mill Creek 100 episode set , I also have all of the Shout factory sets .
     
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    There are quite a few floating around on the Internet Archive and youtube. Quality varies greatly; flaws may include a fractured flickers type jerky motion that suggests dropped frames; stretched out to wrong aspect ratio, overly dark or light, etc. But there are also titles that are quite watchable and some that beat the PD versions floating around on DVD. I've been going through my mp4 collection and re-doing titles that I can upgrade via downloads. And the price is right.
     

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