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Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Scott_J, Nov 30, 2001.
This was posted at the beginning of the month over at another forum:
I sure hope this is true. If Paramount owns and distributes the Nick library the following our my list of titles that absolutely need to be on dvd(in season-by-season only of course)
Ren and Stimpy
Rocko's Modern Life
Spongebob Square Pants
Salute Your Shorts
Welcome Back Freshmen
Pete and Pete
If it's true hopefully htey'll release 'You can't do that on television!"
the person i originally quoted that from has been very reliable in the past and usually knows info more than a year in advance.
I'd buy DVD releases of the following shows in a HEARTBEAT...
- Welcome Back Freshman
- Salute Your Shorts
- You Can't Do That On Television
- The Tomorrow People
- Rocko's Modern Life
- Pete and Pete
- Hi Honey, I'm Home
How bout Ren and Stimpy?
Thanks for letting me know that, Jared. I have never heard of that site before, which led, in part, to my skepticism of it.
MatthewButler, the original post I quoted specifically mentioned Ren & Stimpy is one of the titles being produced (if it's true).
i got a little more info from that same source today, yes to ren and stimpy, but unfortunately no rocko's modern life.
help get rocko's modern life on dvd and ren and stimpy out sooner by signing my petition:
SpongeBob Squarepants fans can look forward to next year.
Pete and pete! Pete and pete! Pete and pete! Pete and pete! Pete and pete! Pete and pete! Pete and pete! Pete and pete! Pete and pete! Pete and pete! Pete and pete! Pete and pete!
Or I will sick Artie, the strongest man in the world upon you!
PS: I one considered starting my own company, like Criterion, on hopes of releasing great, but forgotten, shows like PETE AND PETE to dvd. Wonder if Paramount would license them to me.
Thanks for the reply, Martin.
Sounds good to me, Vince. I wouldn't mind having a company like that around.
I would purchase Spongebob Squarepants without hesitation (now, where is my Crabby Patty?)
Vince that is a great idea. That would seriously be something to consider persuing. I agree Pete and Pete definitely needs to be on dvd. I used to watch that show all the time.