Release these shows on DVD!

Discussion in 'DVD' started by Rich Romero, Jun 20, 2002.

  1. Rich Romero

    Rich Romero Supporting Actor

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    The following shows just need to be released in season by season sets on DVD.
    Saved By The Bell (Old Class)
    Full House
    Salute Your Shorts
    Beavis And Butthead
    Fresh Prince of Bel-Air
    Baywatch
    Who agrees?
     
  2. Jeff Kleist

    Jeff Kleist Executive Producer

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    Saved By The Bell (Old Class) - Someone will do it
    Full House- Please for the love of god no. That show needs to be buried for all time. On the upside, if there's ever a sugar shortage we can just hook up to it's teat [​IMG]
    Baywatch- at the very least it'll happen in Germany. Germans love David Hasselhoff
     
  3. RobertCharlotte

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  4. David Lambert

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    Thank you, Robert! [​IMG]
     
  5. Kyle McKnight

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    I'd take Saved By The Bell (I'm a huge fan of this show), Salute Your Shorts & Fresh Prince, which I'm suprised hasn't been put out to capitalize on Will Smith's celebrity status.
     
  6. Sarah Temple

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    what about freaks and geeks???? that show is amazing. only 22 episodes!!! that should be released on DVD, but alas... it never will.[​IMG]
     
  7. todd s

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    I was watching a repeat of a Saturday Night Live episode from this season. They did a Robert Smigle "Real Fun with Real Audio" segment. In the cartoo Beavis & Butthead show up. I couldn't stop laughing. I miss those morons. I really hope Paramount releases the more episodes. But, they MUST HAVE the music video segments. They were sometimes the best part of the episodes.
     
  8. John Berggren

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    I'd like to further encourage the use of TV Shows on DVD. It's a wonderful resource for indicating the level of interest in any given TV program on DVD.
     
  9. Robert_eb

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    I'd like to see Leave It To Beaver.
     
  10. JenaroM

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    I'd like to see "Everybody Loves Raymond".
     
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    I want The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis. May as well go for it.
     
  12. DanHaya

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    I'd like to see Homefront, personally. It was one of the best shows on television in the early 90s and never got its just due by ABC.
     
  13. LeeL

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    Why does no one ever make a case for releasing Quark or When Things Were Rotten on DVD?
    I'm being sarcastic, of course.
     
  14. David Lambert

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    Actually, I thought about mentioning Quark in my last post!...

    I loved that show! Really!
     
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    I just hope if they do release Saved By the Bell they include all the episodes that featured the old class. By this I mean everything from the middle school years aka "good morning miss bliss" up to the college years. In a strange way they do form a continuing story and I never got to see more than 1 or 2 of the college years episodes so I would enjoy that. I think in total it equals 140 or so episodes and at only about 25 min a piece you could easily do the same thing as Friends, 24 episodes on only 4 discs. If nothing else I hope that Another Universe picks it up for release like it sounds they are going to do for Erie, Indiana. While I have been frustrated with some of the ways they have handled My So Called Life, I am glad someone decided to do it.
     
  16. Jeff Kleist

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  17. David Lambert

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    Jeff! Happy 7000th post, man! [​IMG]
     
  18. Allen Longcor

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    Homocide: Life on the Street. I would be in heaven if they ever released season sets. At least the TV movie is out on DVD.
     
  19. Jason Hughes

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    Laugh if you will, but Dawson's Creek would make me quite happy....[​IMG]
     
  20. Keith_R

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    I'd like to get that new show The Shield on DVD; altough that will probably not happen for awhile if ever seeing as though it just got done with it's first season[​IMG] that's a great show though. I'd also really like to get Miami Vice on DVD in season by season sets, it would be a b!tch though because of all the music rights[​IMG] hopefully though these 2 shows will come out someday on DVD.
     

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