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Will It's the Wolf ever appear on DVD?

Discussion in 'TV on DVD and Blu-ray' started by Ian K McLachlan, Jan 30, 2011.

  1. Ian K McLachlan

    Ian K McLachlan Second Unit

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    One of my favourite Hana Barbera series was It's the Wolf! which was paired with Autocat. One of the things that was particularly enjoyable about It's the Wolf was that the amazine Paul Lynde was one of the voices. So far I have never seen an episode of this released on DVD. Does anyone else remember it and would anyone else like to see it on DVD? Thanks.
     
  2. Lord Dalek

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    It's The Wolf! was a segment on Cattanooga Cats, so if it were ever released, it would be a part of that show.
     
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    I remember "It's The Wolf!" very well and if it has a chance of being released, it would be through the Warner Archive program.
     
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    I barely remember Its the Wolf but I remember the Wolf character well as one of the announcers with Snagglepuss on Laugh-a-Lympics. I would be interested in purchasing the show as most Hanna-Barbera cartoons from the 60's-70's. Its likely to come out eventually through the Warner Archives as they seem intent on releasing the whole H-B catalog.
     
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    Yeah, that would be a beautiful thing. For some reason, It's the Wolf and Motormouse/Autocat ran in some sort of weird syndicated block in my area, but without the Cattanooga Cats! I think it was some dorky host who'd run the cartoons, and he'd run other, random HB shorts as well. They were always pulled out of their respective anthology shows...just ran however the station would see fit, I guess. They also played Wally Gator, Yakky Doodle, Touche' Turtle and other stuff...just loose pairings of these cartoons that should have been left in their parent shows.
     

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