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Mark To

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Does anyone think there is a chance we will get any of these?
77 Sunset Strip
Hawaiian Eye
Surfside Six
Bourbon Street Beat

I know Strip was the most popular in its time and had the longest run (6 years if you count the final Jack Webb produced season that was totally a different show) but my favorite and the one I think holds up the best is Hawaiian Eye. Robert Conrad and Connie Stevens are still somewhat recognizable stars and had long careers. I know WB remastered them so at least that isn't a problem. But are there enough people still alive who know what these shows are?
 

Mark To

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Does anyone think there is a chance we will get any of these?
77 Sunset Strip
Hawaiian Eye
Surfside Six
Bourbon Street Beat

I know Strip was the most popular in its time and had the longest run (6 years if you count the final Jack Webb produced season that was totally a different show) but my favorite and the one I think holds up the best is Hawaiian Eye. Robert Conrad and Connie Stevens are still somewhat recognizable stars and had long careers. I know WB remastered them so at least that isn't a problem. But are there enough people still alive who know what these shows are?
 

Steve...O

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I believe that Sunset Strip and Hawaiian Eye are currently (or were until recently) part of the Goodlife lineup. Unfortunately, that channel doesn't have a lot of exposure, but they have a great schedule of classic programming.

Shows such as this might work if a 3rd party, such as Image or even Rhino, released them. Unfortunately (correct me if I'm wrong), I don't believe Warners outsources their product.

Steve
 

Steve...O

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I believe that Sunset Strip and Hawaiian Eye are currently (or were until recently) part of the Goodlife lineup. Unfortunately, that channel doesn't have a lot of exposure, but they have a great schedule of classic programming.

Shows such as this might work if a 3rd party, such as Image or even Rhino, released them. Unfortunately (correct me if I'm wrong), I don't believe Warners outsources their product.

Steve
 

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