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Misfits of Science

( Courtney Cox ... :b )

Action! (short-lived Fox show)

and

Bizarre! (older Showtime series that featured Super Dave)
 
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Yah! Whose Line Is it Anyway? would be awesome to have on DVD! Only thing is that there's been a bazillion shows! It started out in England I believe, years ago. That version had Ryan Stiles, Colin Mockery, and Greg Proops as well. I was always watching that version on Comedy Central, then I found out that they were making a new one with Drew Carrey as host and I started watching that one. The other older version seems to have disappeared from Comedy Central. =(
 

Casey Trowbridg

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I'm with Heidi on Who's Line, and I'll put in a vote for Parker Lewis Can't Lose, Andy Richter controls the Universe, and about a billion old Nickelodeon shows like Salute Your Shorts, Hey Dude, and Are You Afraid of the Dark. However, I must say that of all those old shows, my biggest request is for the Adventures of Pete and Pete...I need my "Arty, the Strongest man, in the world." fix.
 

Mark Pytel

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Here are some shows that I am dying to see on dvd in complete season sets

Relic Hunter ( This was one of my favorite shows however I will not buy the best of dvd set that is availiable. I want to see all of the episodes, not just some. I would buy season sets in a heartbeat.)

Jack of All Trades ( one of my all time favorite shows,

Please sign the petition to get it on dvd. Remember every vote counts)

The Adventures of Brisco County Jr. ( Another great but short lasting Bruce Campbell TV Show. This would be great on dvd.)

The Lucy Show ( I would love to see this show done right on dvd. As of now, there are a huge number of dvd's out there with only 3 or 4 episodes. I would rather see them on dvd in season sets with updated picture quality.)

Lucy & Desi Comedy Hour ( This hour long I love Lucy would be great on dvd in it's complete form.)

Life With Lucy ( I never got a chance to see this show, I would really have liked to see what Lucy's last tv show was like. It would be great on dvd.)

Here's Lucy ( I hear that they will release a best of, but I will not buy it. I only want complete sets of the show.)

The Real Ghostbusters ( With the release of TMNT, SUper Mario Bros Super Show and Gi Joe, this is the only missing cartoon from my childhood that I want on dvd. It has to be done right though. Give me season sets or give me death.)
 

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Life With Lucy ( I never got a chance to see this show, I would really have liked to see what Lucy's last tv show was like. It would be great on dvd.)
Believe me, if you had seen this show, you would understand why it's best left buried. I remember really pulling for Lucy on this because I thought she could pull it off. It just didn't work.

Still I can see why this would appeal to completists. If I remember correctly, there were several episodes filmed that were never aired.

I agree with you on the "Lucy Show". I have fond memories of watching this in the 70's and although it's probably dated horribly, Gale Gordon alone makes them worth watching.

Steve
 

Paul_Scott

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would love to be able to buy the following:
Paramount
Mission: Impossible
The Andy Griffith Show
Universal
Night Gallery
Kolchak: the night stalker
Bioinc Woman
The Rockford Files
McMillan & Wife
?
The Fugitive
Entertainment Rights UK
Isis
Shazam
Warner
The old (60's) Batman, Superman, JLA, Aquaman cartoons
 

Benn

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My laundry list of TV serial is short.

I need more SOAP.

My other request may sound dirty, but I don't believe the current release of BARNEY MILLER is the complete first season. I recall that there were several episodes where "Wojo" got rather involve with the prostitute.

I'd really like more and complete BARNEY MILLER.
 

Eric Paddon

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Universal
Columbo (I want this NOW!!!!)
Night Gallery
Ellery Queen
Fox
Mary Tyler Moore Show, 2-7
Voyage To The Bottom Of The Sea
Columbia
Barney Miller, 2-8 (I'm assuming sales haven't been good on Season 1 so far)
Paramount
Odd Couple
Get Smart
Mission Impossible
Hawaii Five-0
And these are the series I don't know about rights holdings.
Burke's Law
Honey West
The Fugitive
 

Tory

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Only in boxsets:

The Adventures of Brisco County Jr.

Alf (animated)

The Amazing Chan Clan

American Gothic

Blake 7

Captain N

The Charmings

Dastardly and Muttley in Their Flying Machines

Day By Day

The Dukes

Electra Woman & Dyna Girl

Fonz and the Happy Days Gang

Gilligan's Planet

Goodnight Sweetheart

Growing Pains

Hardcastle & McKormic(spelling msy be off)

He-Man and the Masters of the Universe

Jayce and the Wheeled Warriors

Johnny Staccato

Just the 10 of Us

Laverne and Shirley in the Army

Misfits of Science

Mork & Mindy(animated)

NewsRadio

Night Court

The Perils of Penelope Pitstop

Phoenix

Probe

Rags To Riches

Saturday Supercade

She-Ra

Starman

Strange Luck

Tripods

VR5

WKRP in Cincinatti

Solo release:

Legends of the Superheroes
 

Tory

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Actually, I'd also like to see the 1990 show "Cop Rock" - if for no other reason than to see if it really is as hilariously awful as I'm led to believe.
While it is not on DVD if you have the station Trio (Direct TV has it) you can view it as they are showing classic flops right now.

Also add Alice to my list, I forgot.
 

Charlton_T

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Adam West Batman

Land of the Giants

Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea

Logan's Run (TV Series)

The Invaders

Lost in Space (Seasons 2 and 3)

Night Gallery

Thriller
 

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The original thread (Part 1) referred to in Post #1 cannot be found.
But here are my votes:
Night Court (Warner)
Wings (Paramount)
And I've already posted my votes/comments at Gord's site!
 

Charlton_T

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1. Batman (1966)

2. Boris Karloff's Thriller

3. Land of the Giants

4. Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea

5. Project UFO

6. Fantastic Journey

7. The Green Hornet

8. Ultraman (1966)
 

Eugene Esterly

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Since the first season of The Munsters is coming to DVD this month, I want to see The Addams Family on DVD in season format.
 

LizH

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Birds of Prey
Max Headroom
Starman
The Flash
I Dream of Jeannie
(Release the two reunion movies too! ;) )
 

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