That's exactly what they did with the dialog from Zero Hour. It's really hard to watch that movie after seeing Airplane due to the massive amounts of lifted dialog. You hear it in Zero Hour and in your mind see the visuals from Airplane.Because "M Squad" was a forgotten series to most people in the early 1980s, a lot of people didn't realize that "Police Squad" was doing a direct parody of that show specifically in the way "Airplane" did with the movie "Zero Hour." The jazzy theme music opening credits is a total steal of the Season 2 "M Squad" opening, and one episode of "Police Squad" in fact totally cribbed the dialogue of an "M Squad" episode with hardly a change!
I didn't have any of the films on Blu-ray, so I bought the three-pack and will reacquaint myself with them over the next week or so. So many things I want to watch.
Well, as I said in the review, there are no new bonuses, but I could see a difference in quality (my TV would upconvert the HD signal; to 4K), and that was important to me. This is the best one of my favorite shows of all time will look. Your mileage may vary.I have this series on DVD and have watched it for years. My question is whether or not it benefits enough from being on Blu ray to replace the set. Except for being able to count everybody’s nose hairs, is there any advantage to the new format?