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Discussion in 'TV on DVD and Blu-ray' started by Ronald Epstein, May 21, 2010.
Why doesn't WB release the decades collections on blu-ray instead of asking consumers to buy these classics for such a price? I don't know how many times I have bought this title on dvd already...oh yeah, THREE.
I like how Snoopy is holding the BOO! sign next to the suggested retail price. I too say BOO!, and I'm not buying these again.
My standard DVD is just fine. Peanuts-style animation does not beg for HD/Blu-Ray treatment.
I don't know how much of an improvement this will be and I don't yet own A Charlie Brown Christmas on Blu-Ray, but there isn't a way I'll be able to resist getting both eventually. I hope there's a double pack with both at a discounted price this Christmas.
Blue ray can hold - what - oodles and oodles of information? And Paramount has the balls to release this with only an hour of television? That's f'ed up, man!
Warner I think I'm just glad they're releasing Peanuts television specials slowly, could be like a lot of their library and just be dormant.
I wonder if they ever will release decade collections on blu-ray (they coudl probably release all of the 1970s specials on one blu-ray release).
Michael, that would make too much sense.
Glad I waited on A Charlie Brown Christmas last year. I figured we'd see a triple pack of the three major holiday classics on Blu-Ray just like Warner and CBS/Paramount before them did with the DVD versions and today confirms it. Also makes me believe more then I did before that we'll be seeing the decades collections migrating to Blu-Ray eventually. I bet we'll see the 1960s collection get the Blu-Ray treatment in 2011.