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Discussion in 'TV on DVD and Blu-ray' started by The Obsolete Man, Jun 10, 2018.
No bluray complete series set for House of Cards? But dvd-only?
I Preordered Season 6 of House of cards in December .. the original release date was Jan 30 and it was changed to march 5 2019 ..
I more or less stopped following HoC sometime in season 3. It seemed less compelling when FU (Spacey's character) was president. (I didn't even bother buying the season 3 bluray).
Though with that being said, one day I might do a binge watch through the seasons 3+ of FU presidency, just to see how it ends.
The old pages were good for researching previous titles, and seeing what people were thinking back in the heydays of tv on dvd.
I still watch this for Jenna Coleman. She was great during her 2013-2015 run on Doctor Who.
I'll probably pick up a complete series set, if they ever release it on bluray.
The amazon listening for the Midnight Texas season 2 bluray, suggests it might be canceled?
(The dvd version has a valid amazon preorder).
Glad that Bonanza is finally being continued (also that Alice is soon to be fully out)!
Yes, more Bonanza is good news! Hopefully, we'll see the complete series of both Bonanza and Gunsmoke make it out on DVD eventually.
Any news if Bonanza set 9 has an extras yet. They are introducing Candy, and Mr. Canary just passed. Hopefully, they had some interviews with him.
FYI he passed in 2015.
Yes, indeed-- those two Westerns were influential where they were originally (Bonanza on NBC, and Gunsmoke on CBS), so each one deserves to be fully out.
Still nothing on Mayberry RFD
I find it a little disrespectful that the Mill Creek re-release of Richard Greene's THE ADVENTURES OF ROBIN HOOD does not feature Greene or any of the cast on the box art. Are they trying to fool the public into thinking this is one of the darker, newer, unwatchable takes on Robin Hood?
It's a funny and highly entertaining adventure show with a great cast. The top ITC swashbuckler.
Greene with Maid Marion #1, Bernadette O'Farrell:
Greene with Little John, Archie Duncan:
O'Farrell with the Sheriff, Alan Wheatley:
Greene with Maid Marion #2, Patricia Driscoll:
And the hilarious, Alexander Gauge, as Friar Tuck:
Mill Creek did the same with this release of 5 Columbia Pictures related to Robin Hood.
The films are: BANDIT OF SHERWOOD FOREST (1946) with Cornel Wilde
THE PRINCE OF THIEVES (1948) with Jon Hall
ROGUES OF SHERWOOD FOREST (1950) with John Derek
SWORD OF SHERWOOD FOREST (1960) with Richard Greene
plus they tossed in THE BLACK ARROW (1948) with Louis Hayward
The cover for this is awful.
They both look good but I'd say the art on those two releases is absolutely intended to mislead people into thinking it's newer productions. I'd hope the backs at least indicate what's inside.
I am definitely going to purchase the Robin Hood Origins: 5 Film Collection soon; thanks for heads up, John.
Mill Creek also has this A Thousand and One Nights The Story of Aladdin 8 Magical Tales set coming 5/14/19 which I will also purchase: https://www.millcreekent.com/story-of-aladdin-the-a-thousand-and-one-nights-8-magical-tales.html
Season one is on VUDU OAR and the wal*mart widescreen LiS DVD set has a code that includes season 1 and a special feature a ComicCon panel discussion with the surviving principal (save June Lockhart) cast members - My Sony 4K showed the stream as 1080p I didn't check the prices on the other seasons
If they are, then I hope it doesn't hurt sales!
I can't imagine Mill Creek EVER doing that ...