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    There is a site that sells a lot of the mentioned cartoon titles on DVD: www.sonichigh.4t.com
    My sister bought the complete Disney show Gargoyles. Some were very sharp, while other looked like they were pulled from old video tapes.

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    Beavis and Butthead with them watching the music videos I know that show is totally moronic but that tard deep down inside me loves it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mousey Girl
    I have seen Transformers on dvd... at least I thought I did...

    I just wish that HBO and CBS would speed up the process on the shows they have out. I have been waiting for YEARS for all of the seasons of Oz. They finally released season 4 today. The Sopranos were out almost as fast as the season was over, the same with 6 Feet Under, but they are killing me with the slowness of Oz. Same can be said with Survivor, they have season 1 and All Stars, but nothing else.
    Yeah, there is a movie, I was hoping for the series.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DCMatthews
    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!!)
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    Quote Originally Posted by DLtrooper
    Beavis and Butthead with them watching the music videos I know that show is totally moronic but that tard deep down inside me loves it.
    I bought the Time-Life DVD series for my husband for Father's Day a couple of years ago. Six DVDs in the series. Not a single video included. We realized that Beavis and Butthead are no fun without the videos.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mamabot
    I bought the Time-Life DVD series for my husband for Father's Day a couple of years ago. Six DVDs in the series. Not a single video included. We realized that Beavis and Butthead are no fun without the videos.
    There's no music videos in those?! I kept thinking about getting them, but I'm gonna reconsider now...
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    no rights to the music videos... only the cartoons... probably..

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    I would love to have some of the old Disney Afternoon stuff on DVD like:
    Ducktales (I did buy this off e-bay, but the quality isn't the greatest)
    Tale Spin
    Chip N Dale's Rescue Rangers

    More currently I would love to see Kim Possible out on DVD

    I wish that Disney would release Song of the South from thier vault as well

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    Disney Inside Out

    Quote Originally Posted by Disguy
    All of Libraryvixen's plus:

    Twin Peaks (last time I checked it wasn't out)

    I know I want more but I can't think of any I'll update later
    First, Twin Peaks Season 1 was released a couple of years ago. I own it and it ends in a cliff hanger. Which sucks, because who knows if Season 2 is coming out. Also, you can only get the Pilot as an import, they have not released it in the states.

    Second, my one and only choice for DVD release is DISNEY INSIDE OUT!! The original was hilarious, and I have quite a few of them on video tape. But the tape is wearing out, and I would love to have a good copy of it. So bring it on Disney, por favor.

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    Thundercats.
    Gumby ( I don't think that's out , is it?)
    Ducktales
    The old Strawberry Shortcake shorts.
    Leave it to Beaver
    Belle and Sebastian
    Top Cat
    Jem
    Richie R$ch

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    Quote Originally Posted by dizneedoll
    Gumby ( I don't think that's out , is it?)
    It's been out for a while.
    http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg...s=dvd&n=507846


    //i'm a closet gumby geek

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    Quote Originally Posted by FrumiousBoojum

    I know at least GI Joe: The Movie is on DVD...
    G.I. Joe Season one and season two (part 1) are out from Rhino. More to come, I suppose, if sales warrent. Plus, they released the other two 5-part series that preceeded the daily series.

    Back in Florida in the 80s, some friends and I staged several beer-fueled G.I. Joe WarGames using loose plotlines, an officiating "WarGod" to resolve the "killed you!" "did not!" issues and my huge collection of toys and figures. I loved playing Cobra, because they were all about the sneak attacks and cheating. Cobra-aaaaaaaa! (Even dug up poor DCMatthews back yard for one of them).

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    DVD TV Series I would love

    Scarecrow of Romney Marsh was originally going to be released (the three-part series, not the movie condensation) last August, but was abruptly cancelled. Buena Vista Video claims it's been rescheduled, but no date is available. What a series! Patrick McGoohan as an 18th Century Batman/Robin Hood: Vicar by day, masked smuggler by night, a former pirate hiding out in the Cornish coast.

    Other than that, I wish someone would release Key West. Dismissed as "Northern Exposure" in Florida, it had some terrific episodes, quirky characters and a rythm all its own. Sad sometimes, funny others, with a great cast including Fisher Stevens, Denise Crosby and Jennifer Tilly.

    Come on, if "Relic Hunter" can get released, why not this?

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    Hehehe

    Darkwing duck
    Salute Your Shorts
    Pete and Pete
    Tale Spin
    and of course the Young Indiana Jones
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    Quote Originally Posted by IndyJn511
    and of course the Young Indiana Jones
    I second that. Not all of them were released on videotape a few years back, after all. There was supposed to be a second set, but it never materialized. Plus, they could include the "movie-length" episodes shown on TNT (?) after the initial network run.

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