Honestly, TZ is perfect, to my knowledge. Uncut prints, network bumpers, sponsor tags, pristine quality, original sound mix, all the Rod Serling previews they could find and the correct theme music. It is, to me, the gold standard by which every classic TV series should be released. Even the bonus features, such as the music only tracks, commentaries, specials and The Time Element are pitch perfect. I'm suree some fans would like production order, but when recreating the network experience, Air Date order makes sense.Nothing is wrong with it. It's just that there is no such thing as completely perfect. It is as perfect as it can get.
There are 1 or 2 frames of film in one single episode of The Twilight Zone on blu-ray that have some strange electronic noise visible, as set forth in the official HTF review of the complete series.What's missing or wrong from it?
This.It has been a struggle to find anything to complain about with the complete series Blu-Ray set for The Dick Van Dyke Show.
Though not originally involved, Jerry Beck has been consulting WHV for almost 20 years just in the DVD age. Errors plus episode crams plus scrubbing (if as bad as some suggest) call his influence into question, I'd think.Jcroy, I do think it's always an issue that the studios don't know as much as the fans do.
Unless someone directly involved with the original show is brought on to consult, I imagine a lot of this stuff is just being released blindly.