Ozzie: Harriet, have you seen my wallet?You are welcome. I liked how they planted the seed of your spoiler in the earlier scene where Ozzie mentions the hole in his jacket pocket. Fun, well thought out stuff!
If memory serves me correctly it was MPI that offered to work with him, but he wanted to go it alone. Huge mistake all the fans are paying for.Are you referring to Shout? Is that the other company that he turned down? I was thinking he should team up with ClassFlix who are bringing the Blondie TV series to DVD.
Yes, they did! The episode just aired this morning on Retro TV. It's called, "Dave, the Worrier" (Season 14 episode 12).They were kept apart throughout most of the episode, but were together in the same frame in the final scene.Did June and Kris ever appear in an episode together or in the same scene? I think they did appear together in a family picnic scene in a Coca Cola commercial,
Just so long as people don't mind that that's where there kickstarter money was spent.Well then, if that's the case, then I don't blame him for abandoning the project. Who wants to spend time restoring a 60-year old TV show when you have a hot porn star girlfriend in bed?
Radio Shows are generally public domain and no one seems to care about rights issues associated with there release. If there are still transcriptions, that's a good idea.Maybe it would be easier for them to release the OZZIE & HARRIET radio series.
There are only about 60 episodes floating around.
Hopefully Ozzie made recordings and those recordings are sitting in the Nelson vault somewhere.
It just kind of petered out over time is the short answer. The long one is somewhat more complicated. No impending releases to date, or anything in the foreseeable future, if at all, is the sad bottom line.What did happen to this project? Did he make an official cancellation announcement, or did he just go radio silent on the whole thing?
That is sad and unfortunate. If that is the case and there definitely isn't going to be any release of this, I very sorry for everyone who looked forward to getting a copy, especially those who contributed money toward the project. Did Sam Nelson just spend hours working on this and then one day threw his hands in the air and said he can't finish what he started? I think if this is the situation, he should publicly admit there is not going to be any release and apologize to everyone who gave money for the project. I am wondering if some of the money actually went toward restoration of any episodes at all. I would hope he would be honest enough to explain to everyone what happened.It just kind of petered out over time is the short answer. The long one is somewhat more complicated. No impending releases to date, or anything in the foreseeable future, if at all, is the sad bottom line.