This was another WB fast buck re-release. Time was not spent on making this set the best it could have possibly been.A bit puzzling that they don't mention the missing audio in I believe episode #17, especially if a post at their forum is correct about one of the included screenshots being from that very episode.
Hard to picture the missing music and sound effects track not being missed, unless he didn't actually watch the episode but just happened to have randomly fired it up when taking screenshots to illustrate the review with (Certainly a possibility and I don't think anyone expects a reviewer to absolutely have covered 100% of a large set such as this prior to writing a review).
Glad to see that the situation is increasingly looking promising with this set. I thought all the doom and gloom was going to happen when episode #17 was messed up. Now if they just issue a replacement disc with that episode corrected, I'll be satisfied.
The real miss looks to have been in the area of the bonus materials. Some good stuff was left off from the DVD's, the wrestling movie doesn't belong here at all, and the presentation for The Man Called Flintstone is disappointing.
I find reviewers on that site are often watching a different disc than I am (if they're watching them at all).A bit puzzling that they don't mention the missing audio in I believe episode #17, especially if a post at their forum is correct about one of the included screenshots being from that very episode.
...BAR-ney, my PEB-bles!Mmmm
The Season 4 set has some interesting featurettes on the origins of Bamm-Bamm and the Gruesome Family (would you believe both came out of spinoff bit-characters from the old Snooper & Blabber cartoons?), but not sure if it's worth it just for that.If no one objects to a minor sidetrack, can anyone comment on if season 4 and 5 are worth tracking down in their original form on DVD for their bonus content (I said this earlier in the thread, but I only own seasons 1-3 & 6)?
Oh man, he tried just too hard. He was always like Marty McFly playing guitar: he was just too darned loud. In the later shows, when the voices were recast as necessary, Wilma got whiny as well....BAR-ney, my PEB-bles!
(Oh, our generation that had to put up with Henry Corden as Fred, at every single Saturday-morning commercial break. )
I don't have the BD of The Twilight Zone, but I do have the bare-bones DVD set (which, frankly, is good enough for me. Some of the extras I have from other sources such as the VHS "Treasures of the Twilight Zone" or downloaded from the internet, mostly youtube, including "The Time Element," sponsor billboards, etc.)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.
That’s not a link. It‘s an email address to which you send your request: [email protected]There is some News about a Flintstones Bluray Disc 1 Replacement Program has started. Because of the Episode 17 sound problem. The Digital Bits has the news and the web site. I clicked it and Nothing happened. ? Maybe it's still too early. I don't see any news on here about it yet. My copy is coming Thursday from Amazon.