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Shazzan, C.O.P.S, Smurfs Cartoons on DVD When? (1 Viewer)

MattHR

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I think he meant Shazzam. By the way, any word on "Shazzam" or its spin-off "Isis"? I seem to remember them as individual shows, then as part of a revolving show called "The Shazzam/Isis Power Hour" or something like that. I couldn't get much info from tvtome.com and nothing listed at tvshowsondvd.com.
 

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Shazzan is a genie that the two kids in the topic creator's pic summon when they put their magic rings together, it comes on Boomerang. I have heard nothing of it coming to DVD sadly, the same goes for Smurfs. BOO HOO, BOO HOO HOO HOO!!! I hate not having Smurfs on DVD!!!!

I do own the C.O.P.S. DVD, I believe it is the first three episodes, or at least the first two part one and another. It is a bargain bin title from UAV in a line that includes Jayce and the Wheeled Warriors, Heathcliff, ProStars, and The Littles among others.

Shazam! and Isis were both sold by Hallmark with the Filmation library(He-Man, She-Ra, and many others) to a UK concern interested in DVD sales in both the US and UK.
 

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there was a Shazam/Isis Hour in the 70's but it was never spelled Shazzan
 

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David you made my day with the COPS DVD. To bad it is only 3 eps :frowning: Do you know when they will release more? Was hoping for a box set but this will do for now :)

Spero
 

Spero D

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Wow also just found that Ulysses 31 had been release on DVD to.


Update- Just found the UK versions comes in a complete boxset of all eps so I will go for that one.

 

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I would recommend looking at Wal-Mart or maybe even K-Mart for these DVDs. I got the Pro Stars DVD there for $5.50 and it was well worth it!

Bo knows DVD.

Ryan
 

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Ulysses 31 has one UK volume out with 9 episodes and a second volume coming out July 5th with probably the same amount.

The series is 26 episodes long.
 

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Where's the tension? Where's the drama? Where's the suspense? :confused:

All the kids in that show had to do whenever there was trouble was summon the Genie. Crisis resolved.
 

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Smurfs on DVD would rock but I have a feeling HB will make us wait on that for awhile. I think it would do really well because back in the day, Smurfs were huge and the stories to do hold up really well.

Paul
 

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This was posted a while back on the site 411 mania.com.A smurfs live action movie is in the works, maybe the cartoons will be released on dvd then.
 

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Ah, I had just checked the UK amazon listings for many things I am about to order and they do not have that up in their listings yet. Play seems to be missing a lot of things I would order.
 

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As badly as I want it released, (and it's definitely up in my top 5!), The Smurfs will be one difficult series to bring to DVD with 9 whole seasons ranging from 40 to 60+ episodes and numerous television specials...

I hope Warners is currently discussing the context for a proposed release, but if and when (as I expect) it does eventually see an official release, I highly suspect that we will be given "best-of" sets rather than complete seasons. I could be wrong, and hope I am, but at over 500 episodes total with various specials, etc. I'm somewhat skeptical...
 

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I imagine that Smurfs will, sooner or later, be ending up in a Hanna-Barbera Collection set similar to those like Flintstones, Scooby, Jetsons, etc.

Live-action Smurf film? I vote for Jessica Simpson as Smurfette. :p)


(I'll just smurf on over here and shut up now...)
 

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