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Discussion in 'TV on DVD and Blu-ray' started by jimmyjet, May 12, 2013.
Until someone finds otherwise, I tend to believe it to be true.
I remember him. He took the 6pm timeslot on KAIT that Hee Haw had. I had been watching Hee Haw for the "flashback" shows, and all of a sudden it was replaced by his show. I never could get interested in his show.
I couldn't get interested either - and I directed it! I really don't know just who he appealed to. You could see the same videos on CMTV with far better announcers and filler material. It had to have been the "letters" segment with people writing in just to hear their name read on TV. I don't get that either.
I distinctly recall one video where the female artist did a slow ballad version of Janis Joplin's "Piece of my Heart." It was horrible! I ranted about it loud enough I'm surprised Gene didn't hear me over the camera operator's headset in the studio. He played it several more times and I always had the audio operator turn the control room speakers off while it ran.
1969 Game 4 is missing the 5th inning
1971 Game 4 has big chunks missing
Game 6 cuts out in the 8th inning, comes back in the 10th
Gane 7 is missing one batter
1972 Game 4 is missing a half inning
Game 5 is missing between the 5th and 7th innings
Game 3 one hour and 45 minutes exists
1975 is not complete
Game 3 is missing 4 innings
Game 5 is also missing a few innings
I own the A&E/MLB release of all seven complete games of the '75 WS. I recall no missing innings in those games. Game 3 is the Armbrister game.
Game 3 is only missing the 8th inning, not four innings. There are no missing innings on Game 5 either (an individual batter at worst maybe)
It's because the finale of 74 is missing its ending and trophy presentation that missing bits in 75 which are largely inconsequential don't stick out as much and why fans consider 75 to be "complete" in that sense.
BTW we can now knock down the total of missing Doctor Who episodes to 95...sorta.
There's an announcement of an animation coming tomorrow, if those are counted in knocking down the lost total.
I certainly don't count them. Animated or not (or, in the case of Mission to the Unknown, re-enacted or not), they're still missing, and I think if any previously-animated episodes ever turn up, Doctor Who fans will rejoice and will want the story re-released with the episode properly in place, the animation relegated to the special features.
For those who enjoy the animations, I harbor no ill will, I just can't really get all that excited about them. No matter how faithful they might try to be to the source material, they just can never be the same as the real thing.
The Admin on the "Captain Kangaroo Existing Episodes, Excerpts and Memorabilia" page on Facebook claims a contact he has at CBS reported the network holds nothing - show tapes and kines are now gone, wiped, destroyed - but then we all know how there's loads of misinformation going around on the survival of many shows - tape and film/kinescopes. )
As a friend of mine said recently, "If I don't see an inventory print out of a network's vault holdings - I don't believe stories of what still and doesn't exist - and even then we know those lists can be inaccurate."