South Park petion for no themed disc

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  1. Brett Hancock

    Brett Hancock Supporting Actor

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    Hey just to let everyone know that I have started a petition to Warner in hopes that they will release South Park season-by-season on dvd again. Please sign the petition if you are tired of themed disc and want to see this show released in the correct way. Thanks
    South Park season-by-season release again
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    "Come on, you fuckers think that just cause a guy reads comics he can't start some shit, I'll fucking take all you on!"
    Souht Park season-by-season Again on DVD.
    Beavis and Butthead on DVD
    Family Guy on DVD
    [Edited last by Brett Hancock on September 13, 2001 at 08:04 PM]
     
  2. Jeff Kleist

    Jeff Kleist Executive Producer

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    It was Rhino doing it in-order, not Warner
    Frankly, I doubt we'll ever see it done properly again. Time to get yourself a PAL/R2 capable player
    Jeff Kleist
     
  3. Kenny Goldin

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    I'll sign...this sucks...I stopped watching a while back thinking I would just get them on DVD...guess not (not the way we all want, anyway).
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  4. Vince Maskeeper

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    If ever single person who signed the petition sent an actual paper letter to Warner Bros, I think it would have a thousand times the impact.
    These petitions are a dime a dozen (proven by the fact that they have a petition site!)-- no one takes them very seriously.
    A well written letter sent via postal mail is worth 1000 online petition signatures.
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  5. Ben Tallen

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    Good point. To whom would we send such a letter? Just Warner Home Video or is there a specific person who listens to gripes of this nature?
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  6. Jeff Kleist

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    I make it a point to send a paper letter to every studio when they do something to piss me off
    In this case, if I don't have satisfaction by January, I'll also be sending them a picture of me surrounded by the R2 discs with the caption "See, if you did it right, you would have all of my money right now"
    Jeff Kleist
     
  7. DaViD Boulet

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    Well,
    Dime a dozen or not,
    Warner DID take notice at the on-line petition for a WS Willy Wonka.
    I signed this one too...number 33.
    Even if an on-line petition isn't the MOST effective way to get the studio's attention...can it hurt?
    GO AHEAD and sign it.
    THEN write a paper letter to Warner.
    Anybody want to cough up a good mailing address and adressee???
    -dave
     

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