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Discussion in 'TV on DVD and Blu-ray' started by Frank Soyke, Dec 27, 2013.
That will be an instant buy for me! I am so glad that it only took ultimately about 3.5 years to get all nine seasons out on DVD. When the Archive program began this was my #1 title of TV shows I wanted to see released and in making it to conclusion, I think Warner Archive has more than validated the confidence that when any title gets started by them we can always be assured it will be seen through to completion, which is a confidence that no other major studio can claim.
Could Warner consider Clint Walker's short-lived series "Kodiak"? It only ran for four episodes on ABC in the fall of 1974 with supposedly an additional nine episodes filmed, but never aired. Funny, each of the later seasons of Walker's "Cheyenne" series yielded 13 episodes from 1959 to 1962, after his walkout and suspension by the studio had ended. I'd go for "Kodiak", indeed!
isn't the animated Tarzan owned by Dreamworks Classics (successor-in-interest to Entertainment Rights and Filmation)?
Shout Factory could do it under license from CBS.
My guess for next week is Sugarfoot 4 or Alice 5. I think WB Archives might try to close out a few series before the year ends.
last chance for guesses?James
I'm hoping your guess is correct and tomorrow sees the last 9 episodes of Sugarfoot. I knew nothing of that show and bought it simply because I had enjoyed Cheyenne so much. Sugarfoot has been proven to be great fun to watch.
Maybe if I don't say it this week......
Cheyenne was good, Kodiak was foolishness. Somebody said it best about the show at IMDB (referencing the show's narration):
I'm fairly certain that ownership of Tarzan, like all of the other properties that Filmation licenced from other entities (the DC Comics heroes, Star Trek, etc) reverted back to the original rights holders, so the Edgar Rice Burroughs estate, in this case.
My prediction has come at least 50% true: The Middle S5 is on deck for next week.
do you think there'll be a new tv release tomorrow, Oct 14. I forgot if they do or do not do releases the week of a bank holiday?James
Bronco Season 2 released today. It came pretty fast as Season 1 was released earlier this year. I was expecting it next month but glad to see it. So if they follow the same pattern of the last 2 years then we have 6 more weeks of new releases for this year.
When are we getting more Falcon Crest?
Good news about Bronco. It should not be too long before we are through Bronco and Sugarfoot. Then I wonder which western will be next?
Likely possibilities for the rest of October/November:
1) Sugarfoot - Final Season (4)
2) Medical Center - Season 6
3) Kildare - Season 4
4) Daktari - Final Season (4)
Seems a bit too soon for more Daktari. Season 3 just came out a few weeks ago.
I'm not a big follower of their patterns, but I would think that late winter or spring at the earliest would make more sense to wrap up Daktari.
And if I'm not mistaken, the gaps between the first three have been pretty lengthy. So I wouldn't be surprised if season 4 doesn't appear until late 2015 or early 2016.
I'm glad that we can rest assured that this one will be finished. About had given up hope of it ever happening on DVD five years ago. Yet it's on the threshold of being finished.
Checking TVShowsonDVD.com, it looks like the gap between releases for Daktari has been 15-16 months.
So I wouldn't expect the final season of Daktari until Fall 2015 at the earliest.