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    Captain Nintendo, Super Mario Bros., and BIGFOOT!

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    The Drew Carey Show and Just Shoot Me, season 3

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    I'm sure Bewitched will twitch its way to DVD just as the movie version opens this summer...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tech_Disney
    The Drew Carey Show and Just Shoot Me, season 3
    Hell Yeah...Drew Carey Rules

    My Picks...

    Charmed
    The Adventures of Mark and Brian
    PirateMunkee

    Visit My Horror Designs Store!!!

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    Josie and the *****Cats (the series)
    True Life Adventures
    The Mouse Factory (series)
    Humphrey Bear and Ranger Woodlore cartoons
    Batman (the original series)
    Sammy, the Way-Out Seal
    Eunice (Carol Burnett TV special - plus all the Eunice sketches)

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    Quote Originally Posted by TicTocDragon
    One more I forgot, Transformers and GIJOE
    The complete Transformers (the original series) is already on DVD... just look in the Anime section at your local Best Buy.

    I know at least GI Joe: The Movie is on DVD...

    As for me, I'm really wanting:

    Dinosaurs
    Jim Henson Hour
    Complete seaons of Disneyland/Wonderful World of Color (probably too much of a "wishful thinking" there...)
    The rest of the Mickey Mouse club uncut
    All classic Disney Afternoon shows
    Raw Toonage

    And too many more that are too numerous to list...
    -Tim

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    Another vote for the adventures of ZORRO!

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    What about the Jiminy Cricket "I'm no Fool" shorts? I'd love to see those again...I remember laughing like crazy watching those in elementary school.

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    Song of the South

    Quote Originally Posted by merlinjones
    Song of the South
    I agree! I cannot believe that no one else mentioned it. When I think of Disney and something I want to see that is the first thing that comes into my mind. Why Mr. Eisner could I meet Brer Fox (http://www.brianazone.com/disney/dis_33.jpg) and Brer Bear when I was young but all you allow me to watch of the movie is the Zip-Dee-Doo-Dah song and whatever else I can pick up from the Splash Mountain attaction.

    Other cartoons such as Ducktales and Rescue Rangers would be nice, but one movie is the key. It is one that Walt was proud of, so why are you withholding (especially with the potential to earn such a large profit) from me?

    Please show your support: www.songofthesouth.net

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    I'm a sucker for the Hanna-Barbera "superhero" cartoons of the sixties, so I'd love to see DVD sets of "The Herculoids" and "Space Ghost".

    The original, heroic Space Ghost, that is; not that moron with the "talk show" currently on Cartoon Network. (That series is coming out on DVD anyway; I want the originals!!)
    "Oh, now there's a surprise! I could have a heart attack and die from not surprised!"
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    smart guy, sister sister, and most importantly... goof troop

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    hmm.. now that i think about it.. are all the Doctor who episodes on DVD yet????

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigPigletFan
    I agree! I cannot believe that no one else mentioned it. When I think of Disney and something I want to see that is the first thing that comes into my mind. Why Mr. Eisner could I meet Brer Fox (http://www.brianazone.com/disney/dis_33.jpg) and Brer Bear when I was young but all you allow me to watch of the movie is the Zip-Dee-Doo-Dah song and whatever else I can pick up from the Splash Mountain attaction.

    Other cartoons such as Ducktales and Rescue Rangers would be nice, but one movie is the key. It is one that Walt was proud of, so why are you withholding (especially with the potential to earn such a large profit) from me?

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    I have Song of the South on laserdisc. Anybody know how to rip it off there and burn it onto a DVD?

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    As for cartoons, they should get all of the Humphrey Bear and the Park Ranger cartoons. They don't even have a freaking PIN for them!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DCMatthews
    The original, heroic Space Ghost, that is; not that moron with the "talk show" currently on Cartoon Network. (That series is coming out on DVD anyway; I want the originals!!)
    Ah, the "new" Space Ghost... quality entertainment for people like me... :devil:

    *points to her sig*

    /owns the Space Ghost: C2C DVDs
    "I don't need intelligent drugs because I don't know what they are. But I will put anything into my mouth that is given to me, whether it's supposed to go there or not. Because... I'm different."


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