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NOTE: this title was released as a 20-disc set by Sony in limited edition packaging back in 2008, then in unlimited packaging in 2013, but this is Mill Creek's first DVD "complete series" set

Well. Not really. They did the complete series before on like 12 dics badly compressed in cardboard sleeves. The presentation was awful.
 

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NOTE: this title was released as a 20-disc set by Sony in limited edition packaging back in 2008, then in unlimited packaging in 2013, but this is Mill Creek's first DVD "complete series" set

Well. Not really. They did the complete series before on like 12 dics badly compressed in cardboard sleeves. The presentation was awful.
12 badly-compressed dics sounds painful.
 

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12 badly-compressed dics sounds painful.
139 episodes and two TV movies would be better served on 22 discs...

Season 1 - 30 episodes - five discs with six episodes each (discs 1 to 5)
Season 2 - 31 episodes - disc 1 with seven episodes, discs 2-4 with six episodes each (discs 6 to 10)
Season 3 - 26 episodes - discs 1-2 with seven episodes each, discs 3-4 with six episodes each (discs 11 to 14)
Season 4 - 26 episodes - discs 1-2 with seven episodes each, discs 3-4 with six episodes each (discs 15 to 18)
Season 5 - 26 episodes - discs 1-2 with seven episodes each, discs 3-4 with six episodes each (discs 19 to 21)
Disc 22 - the two TV movies (disc 22)

~Ben
 

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Hmm ....... Ren and Stimpy.

It appears it might just a straight re-release of the "almost complete" series set, in one of those 10 discs cases.

I remember seeing an "almost complete" series set at wallyworld quite frequently over the past few years, where it was just the old 2000s era released dvd season sets held together with plastic wrap and duct tape. Paramount/Viacom must have manufactured too many copies back in the day, that it took this long to finally run out of old inventory.
 

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Shouldn't there be a separate thread for releases of shows from the 50s thru 80s (which are very scarce) and another one for all of the new crap?

Yes, there should-- there should be a TV on DVD Roundup: 50s-80s, and another one for 90s-current.
 

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Shouldn't there be a separate thread for releases of shows from the 50s thru 80s (which are very scarce) and another one for all of the new crap?

Perhaps you can start and maintain such a thread? You seem to have a lot of knowledge of older stuff.
 

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