Lots of compression... You're looking at 5+ hrs minimum per disc. That said, I have a series which has 13 ~50 min episodes on a single disc. It looks OK - not as good as most BRs but better than most DVDs. It could be just fine. However, due to the way Scooby Doo was done (I don't like that show but it wasn't done very well) I'm going to wait for reviews.How are they going to get all 166 outings on 10 Blus?
The show didn't make much secret of its Honeymooners origins, and sometimes paid tribute--Interesting to see Fred imitate another Jackie Gleason character, "Joe , The Bartender" as it is generally acknowledged that The Flintstones was taken/stolen from the Honeymooners.
Thank you!It’s an older 4x3 show with monaural sound that was animated on the twos - the data simply doesn’t take up a lot of disc space.
No. Only received one press release within the past 30 minutes with a revised street date for The Flintstones.Have they issued a press release for Bugs Bunny too which has been pushed back to December 1st?
There is no doubt in my mind that it's pushed back and that you will most likely see a press release for that delay in the next week or so.Bill Hunt is reporting on his site that Bugs Bunny has been pushed back to 12/1, however, the way it is worded, this didn't come from an official Warner announcement. I think it's valid, but he's just going off of the Amazon street date change.
The Flintstones DVD sets that came out from 2003 to 2005 included the original teasers, audio tracks and the correct ending credits for all episodes for Seasons 3 through 6. The original end credits for Seasons 1 and 2 could not be found so a generic one was created by Earl Kress, the producer of the DVD sets for all episodes of Seasons 1 and 2 and a few Season 3 episodes that still used the original Rise and Shine beginning theme song. One episode in Season 2 (going from memory) did not have its teaser but all of the other 165 episodes did include a teaser. I would hope that the complete series Blu-ray set follows in the path of the DVD sets.I'm more concerned about the missing teasers, missing audio tracks, and so on that have been reported with the streaming episodes than I am picture quality.