What's the last TV DVD you bought?

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    Thanks, James! While it's not a favorite I just can't pass up the first 4 seasons (they've fixed the listing and it's 4 seasons) of such a iconic show for only $8.13/each (after tax)! That's in spite of having purchased S1 some time back for $10 and not yet having opened it. Best part is one of the locations here has it available for pickup today! I'll wait until Sunday after church to pick it up as the church I attend is only a half mile from that store! :)
     
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    i hear that. it's always a tough choice when that happens.

    The set is terrrific! It's the same box as the Sabrina. Sturdy and mostly easy to work with.

    Ya know, i forgot they were 30 mins in the first seasons. The stories are like western novels compacted like Readers Digests. every story is excellent.
     
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    triggers pulled. quantum leap blu ray. one of the shows that kept me from losing my mind in college. the others were The Wonder Years and The Equalizer which are on the top of my list to get.

    Also the Shout! Johnny Staccato set.

    F Troop Season 1.
     
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    I absolutely love F Troop, both then and now, and was incredibly disappointed when it didn't return for a 3rd season! I showed a few episodes to my grandson a couple of months back and he loved it too. :D

    Just got back from WM where I picked up:

    Gunsmoke - S1-S4

    While there I checked the shelf. It's $10 higher in-store than on-line (at least at the moment). Thanks again, James! :)

    **EDIT**
    I just checked the on-line price and it's up to $39.96 - same as I saw in the store today. I'm glad I didn't wait!
     
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    That's basically how it's been on that first release of Have Gun, Will Travel, which I'm 2/3 of the way through.
     
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    @bob, I was destined to mention that so you could get it. One of my favorite deals I got recently. Now F Troop I remember watching at grandmas in the 70s and never saw it again. She lived near Stone Mountain Ga and you could see the mountain from her house. I can't remember if I could see it through the window while watching things like F Troop on those Atlanta stations or not, Channel 17 TBS and 46! I think there were some trees in the way that my granddad used to keep cut back so the mountain could be seen but after he died they grew up again and my uncle was too lazy to do it. (rambling alert!!! haaha) I was watching the show Life AFter People and they said millions of year from now aliens dropping down to the earth might only see that mountain to judge us. I guess when Charlie Daniels says the South is gonna do it again he means then. :D

    @bmasters9, that's another on my list. That's another I need to get. Funny, Boone was in The Last Dinosaur and I remember seeing that for the first time in the 70s at grandmas. Such great memories I miss those times more than almost anything even though mom told me grandma wasn't all that great when she was raising her. :D Now Boone is fantastic in I Bury the Living.
     
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    Yeah, I Bury the Living is a very underrated film. Boone does a great job in that one.

    I'd purchased S1 of Have Gun Will Travel to see if I liked it as much as I remembered (I watched it as a kid - first run - but I was pretty young and mostly remembered the outfit, Hey Boy, and the calling card). I did. I was just about to start picking up the rest of the seasons when that Complete Series box set came out. Of course I ordered it instead and still saved a bit of money even when including that S1 purchase.
     
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    I Bury sure is. It's like a long Twilight Zone.

    Just got F Troop Season 2 as well. That'll be all for me for a while.

    Lucy came today in perfect shape! Love that set!
     
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    Death Valley Days: The Complete Third Season, tomorrow just waiting for the local Walmart to put it on the shelf
     
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    Daniel Boone Season Four: Collector's Edition

    The Baron (complete series)
     
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    Is the newly issued Daniel Boone S4 available at Walmart stores or only at Walmart online? It doesn't seem to be at Amazon yet.
     
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    I found it, along with Season 3, in a store on Saturday (March 18th) - Garden Grove, California.
     
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    Two-season, 9-disc all-in-one of Crime Story (1986-88 NBC detective series w/the late Dennis Farina as Lt. Mike Torello of the Chicago Police Major Crime Unit; set in Chicago in 1963)
     
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    I believe it's a WM exclusive for the first couple of months.

    It should be in stores - but don't trust the online inventory tracker. Just visit the store where you found prior seasons and you'll likely find copies.
     
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    Spring has sprung so it's time to take a break from purchases for at least a few months. Here are my latest and last purchases for a while.

    Eureka season 3
    bones seasons 1 and 2 DVD and 4, 5, 6, and 8 Blu-ray disc.
    The Andy Griffith Show the complete series.
    NCIS season 4
    The Good Wife seasons 1 and 2
    The Mentalist seasons 1 and 4
    Airwolf the complete series Mill Creek Blu-ray
    Quantum Leap the complete series Mill Creek Blu-ray
    Castle seasons 1-6
    The A-Team season 2
    The Good Witch season 2
     
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    The Richard Pryor show 3 disc box. oop off of ebay. Excellent condition $16. pretty god buy i think.

    @morasp, I need to stop for a while tooo. well less Wonder Years 26 disc goes under $100.
     
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    I'm probably going to have to live on crackers, and spread cheese from my local dollar store for the next week.....but 'The Facts Of Life complete series' is now $73.99 at Amazon. :)
     
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    That's a good price ($74) for the all-in-one of that 1979-88 NBC comedy.
     

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