Never saw this show but would love to check it out. Great cast. Not only Dean Jones and Banner, but Jamie Farr, Marvin (Henry) Kaplan and Bowery Boy Huntz Hall.Ron1973 said:They told me Monday that The Chicago Teddy Bears was a possibility when I asked.
JMas said:They have been streaming McClain's Law on the Archive. I wonder if it will be released on DVD.
There is only one season of How The West Was Won to go, so they could finish that up.
I'd buy Many Happy Returns .I haven't seen it in years , but I remember enjoying John McGiver's performance when it aired on CBS way back in 65. I'd likewise be interested in the other shows you mention. There are still a few of us out there , but I guess as time goes on not nearly enough.Neil Brock said:What about The Practice and A Man Called Shenandoah which were both streaming. We know they have good transfers and I'm assuming no clearance issues? I'm hoping for Hank before the end of the year and maybe Sam Benedict. Would love to see The Alaskans, not that its a good show but its the rarest of the classic era Warner shows. Still don't know how they will get around all of the Dorothy Provine music numbers. Many Happy Returns would be great but I don't see much clamoring for it. That was the first show to ever follow a Lucy series and finish out of the Top 30.
Lawman season 2 is pressed.LouA said:Anyone buy LAWMAN season 2 ? Just wondering if it's replicated or MOD. It's on my list to order this week.
It isn't true that Warner Bros. only does DVD-R MOD releases for one season shows. Warner Bros. has released all three seasons of the Bill Bixby, Brandon Cruz and Miyoshi Umeki television series The Courtship of Eddie's Father on DVD-R. I bought the first two seasons of The Courtship of Eddie's Father and both of the sets had a defective disc. I then very soon afterwards threw away both of those DVD-R sets. I made a commitment right then and there that I wouldn't ever buy another DVD-R release again. I have refused to ever buy the DVD-R release of Season 3 of The Courtship of Eddie's Father. The Courtship of Eddie's Father is the only television series that I've ever bought any DVD-R releases of. Warner Bros. really needs to re-issue all three seasons of The Courtship of Eddie's Father exclusively on factory pressed DVD's. DVD-R's have way too high of a defect rate. There's also many other classic television shows that ran for a few seasons or more that Warner Bros. has released on DVD-R's.phenri said:Lawman season 2 is pressed.
I've found that the only time that a program ordered through WB is MOD is if it is a one season show, like Jericho or Gallant Men.