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Pre-Order Space 1999: The Complete Series (Blu-ray) Available for Preorder

Discussion in 'TV on DVD and Blu-ray' started by Ronald Epstein, Apr 18, 2019.

  1. Ronald Epstein

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  2. Dave Scarpa

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    Any news on whether they are releasing the seasons separately as many of us bought S1 in blu already
     
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    I doubt it, Shout probably wouldn't make the same money on it if they did. I think I've bought this series in every format it's been out. :D
     
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    I know I've bought/rebought Space: 1999 several times: the two Sybil Danning "Adventure Video" releases (Alien Attack and Journey Through the Black Sun), then bootleg VHS (whole run), then one of the four single-episode VHS releases that never got further than that, then some of the Columbia House/re-TV 2-episode VHS tapes, then the PAL-format VHS (whole run, including the other two movies), then the OOP CBS/Fox VHS of Destination Moonbase Alpha, then A&E DVDs (whole run), and finally, Network blu-rays.

    Only thing I didn't buy were the laserdiscs. Seeing a few of them at Camelot Music almost got me to take the plunge to buy a player (and the discs), but they didn't have them all, and since this was pre-internet, I wasn't too optimistic I'd be able to find the whole run, so didn't bother (this was before I knew that the episode made into movies weren't available on laser in the US anyway).
     

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