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What's the last TV DVD/Blu-ray you bought?

Discussion in 'TV on DVD and Blu-ray' started by Dillon*G, Mar 9, 2004.

  1. Radioman970

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    All in the Family complete. walmart $60. one loosy, s9 d1. a little scratched. another show I rebought for safety. I have one rotted dvd from my old ones. I thought the loosy would be that. it's not. i never have stuck luck as this! lol
     
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    Perhaps you should buy a lottery ticket.:lol:
     
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    Today! you are right! and ask that woman out who remains afar! She'll be a fan of AitF too I just know it!!!
     
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    According to the Amazon listing, the DVD set runs 1200 minutes divided by the 48-minute episode length = 25 episodes, the number of episodes in Moonlighting's first two seasons. Whether the 1200 minutes includes the extras is unknown but I hardly think the extras would equal the timing of a season of episodes.
     
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    TJ hooker the complete series, Smile Jenny your Dead (pilot) Harry O, Rockford Files complete series Blu Ray
     
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    Just picked up the German release of
    Eureka: the complete series (Die Komplette Serie) on Blu-Ray
     
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    Jonny Quest: Complete Series (Blu-ray)
     
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    Picked up a new set of the Rockford Files on blu ray, slightly distress outer case $34 on amazon
     
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    Jonny Quest - The Complete Series BR
     
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    Picked up the complete Airwolf Blu-ray set at a pawnshop today for $3.99
    Same shop I got the complete Twilight Zone Blu-ray set at years ago when it was OOP, paid $5.99 for that one.
    Pawnshops rarely seem to get sets like these anymore but occasionally I find a great deal.
     
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    Lost In Space (2018, Netflix).

    Enjoyed the colorized 1965 pilot. Did Netflix colorize the pilot, or did CBS do it? (It just seems like CBS has been doing a fair amount of colorization lately.)
     
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    Kung Fu: The Complete Second Season - The region 2 UK edition, with 6 single-sided discs, as I've read many complaints on Amazon about the Region 1 flipper DVDs having playback problems.
     
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    Batman: The Complete Animated Series.

    BTAS.
     
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    Just placed the first part of my usual monster summer TV on DVD order, since I'll be heading home for a 4-week visit at the end of July:

    Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C. - The Complete First Season
    The Bionic Woman - The Complete Series (only $21 on Amazon!)
    The Donna Reed Show, Season 2
    Adam-12, Season 1
    Alias Smith and Jones: The Complete Series
    Simon & Simon
    - Season 1
    Saturday Morning Cartoons: 1970s, Vol. 1
     
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    That's some good stuff there, Jeff! Well... except for maybe The Bionic Woman (I never cared for it or its twin The Bionic Man).

    I have copies of both of those Saturday Morning Cartoon 60s volumes (that's when I watched Saturday cartoons the most). They're great fun! I've been mulling over the 70s ones as I was still watching for a few years and they have some series I'd like to see again just for fun. I regale my grandkids about what Saturday morning cartoons were like for us 60s kids. It totally amazes them.
     
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    I don't know if you've seen Simon & Simon before. The first season was OK but they revamped in S2 and I think the series got much better. IMHO.
    Enjoy your TV - You have a lot of watching to do Jeff.
     
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    The only reason I ever watched through Simon & Simon, was that it was usually on immedately after Magnum PI.

    If Simon & Simon was on another night of the week, I might not have watched it at all back in the day.
     
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    Back in the 80's Thursday was about the only night I watched TV, and back-to-back Mags and the Simon brothers were must-see tv. Simon & Simon definitely picked up in season two after a slow start. I too, might not have watched it if I were willing to get up off the couch and turn off the tv after Magnum. After Magnum started getting clobbered in the ratings by Bill Cosby I followed Magnum to Wednesday nights and made another accidental discovery in the Equalizer. I wouldn't have seen that series either if Magnum hadn't switched nights, but Edward Woodward has become one of my favorite actors.

    All that to say, enjoy season 1 of the Simon brothers. But once you work through those 13 episodes definitely pick up some of the later seasons released by Shout!
     
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    Like Glenn, I watched that Magnum P.I. and Simon & Simon double-header religiously as a teen back when they were first run. I haven't seen Simon & Simon in many many years, though...I figure I'll start with S1 and maybe pick up another season or two down the road if it still holds up for me.
     
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    Thanks, Howie! I have one of those '60s Saturday Cartoon volumes, and wanted to get one from the 70s, as it has actually more shows that I remember from my misspent youth on the set, like Hong Kong Phooey, Funky Phantom, and Goober and the Ghost Chasers...plus some shows I have absolutely NO memory of, like The Amazing Chan and the Chan Clan, Wheelie and the Chopper Bunch, etc.
     

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