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Zorro & Time Tunnel series (1 Viewer)

Eric Paddon

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Zorro is not going to be appearing on DVD anytime soon because of some legal hassle with Guy Williams' estate. It didn't affect Disney's ability to repeat the series on Disney Channel but it does put any video/DVD release in limbo for now.
 

AlanP

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I VOTE FOR "TIME TUNNEL" !!!!
THE BEST ?
Any NEWS ON THIS ??
 

Jerome

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the first season of Zorro (colorized) will be available by Disney France in June.

the boxset includes 3 double DVDs.

 

DeepakJR

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OMFG, Thank you Jerome. I will be surely aquring the Zorro set. At a hefty price, but I just love the series too much to not get it.

L8rz
Deepak Jr.
 

Jerome

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of course, the DVDs offers the english track, without forced subtitles.

And yes, the show was filmed in Black and white and colorized later.
 

david_slater

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i want the Time Tunnel series on DVD.
fox had a vote on a lot of shows some time ago and Time Tunnel was one of them.
it did not come in first place but it was in the top 5 shows. just under Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea. :emoji_thumbsup: :D
 

Doug Wallen

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I also vote for The Time Tunnel.

Really looked forward to seeing where Doug & Tony landed each week. I really want this series on dvd.:D
 

Jeff_HR

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I had some mild interest in this until the colorization info was revealed. I will not buy anything colorized, PERIOD!!!!!
 

Marty M

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In my house the entire series was shown in black & white. We didn't get a color TV until 1969.
 

Paul Miller

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Now there is a question, if a majority of people didn't have color TVs for a show yet the show was in color, what is the accepted standard? The way most people watched the show when it originally aired or the way it was recorded?

Paul
 

Dan Rudolph

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The way it was recorded is the standard unless it's one of those rare pieces purposely converted to B&W. Only artificial colorization is bad.
 

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