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The Practice (1976) from Warner Archive on 7/16/2019

Discussion in 'TV on DVD and Blu-ray' started by Dave Lawrence, Jun 23, 2019.

  1. Message #1 of 6 Jun 23, 2019
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    Dave Lawrence

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    Every time I think WAC is done with pre-90s TV shows, they surprise me. I just saw on the WAC site that the complete Danny Thomas 70s sitcom The Practice will be released in July. I don't know if this 27-episode series was ever rerun, but I've never seen it, except for a YouTube posting of the opening credits. So I look forward to finally getting to watch this. As a fan of 70s TV, WAC is doing a great job this summer with releasing this as well as another 70s rarity, Bronk.

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    I was just the other day discussing which shows Warner had posted on their streaming channel but that they haven't released on DVD yet and this one came up. I recorded them on VHS off of there but I'll pick this up so I can dump the tapes. Other than the selected episodes of the detective shows, I think Cain's Hundred is the only other show they streamed that they haven't put out on DVD yet.
     
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    Whoa--that's another rare one. Somebody's really cracking open the vaults! I think I saw this once during its run, but I think it aired opposite "Alice".
     
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    I never saw it originally but it aired in syndication weekdays during the early 80s in a package with several other short lived sitcoms, like It Takes Two and I'm not sure which others. Danny Thomas is always funny and Shelley Fabares is always beautiful.
     
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    Not really a fan of this show so I think I'll pass on this one. I did buy the DVD sets of Hank and The Jimmy Stewart Show and enjoy both of those.
     
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    I think that package also included “I’m a Big Girl Now” (also with Danny Thomas) and “It’s a Living”. Reruns of the latter were popular enough that they revived it a couple of years later for first-run syndication.
     

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