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PostPosted: Sun Jan 01, 2017 3:07 am 
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Happy New Year to everyone!!! A new year means new releases to look forward to, so with that in mind, what are you hoping to see on DVD/Blu-ray in 2017? Here's what I'd I like to see:

-Aqua Teen Hunger Force The Final Seasons
-Looney Tunes Shorts
-Woody Woodpecker/Walter Lantz Shorts
-The Ren and Stimpy Show The Complete Series (Uncut!)
-The Secret Service The Complete Series
-Thunderbirds Are Go!/Thunderbird 6 Double Feature
-The Loud House Season 1
-SpongeBob SquarePants The Complete 9th Season
-Regular Show Seasons 4-8
-The Muppet Show Season 4
-Wander Over Yonder Season 1
-Sifl and Olly The Complete Series

-Captain Scarlet and The Mysterons The Complete Series
-Cats Don't Dance
-Dr. Who and The Daleks/Daleks Invasion Earth 2150 AD Double Feature
-Aqua Teen Hunger Force Colon Movie Film For Theaters
-The Simpsons Movie 10th Anniversary Edition
-Beavis and Butt-Head Do America
-Journey to The Far Side of The Sun Shout Select Collector's Edition
-Child's Play 2 Collector's Edition
-Child's Play 3 Collector's Edition
-Open Season 10th Anniversary Edition
-Hellraiser Scarlet Box II (containing Hellraiser: Bloodline, Hellraiser: Inferno, and Hellraiser: Hellseeker)
-Regular Show Seasons 3-8
-The Amazing World of Gumball Season 1
-Spaceballs 30th Anniversary Shout Select Collector's Edition

Both Formats:
-Terrahawks The Complete Series
-Sonic Boom Season 1
-Star Wars The Original Saga 40th Anniversary Edition (with Special Editions and Original Unaltered Theatrical Versions of the original 6 films)
-Star Wars: Ewok Adventures
-Droids The Complete Series
-Ewoks The Complete Series
-Star Wars: Clone Wars The Original Micro Series
-Saludos Amigos/The Three Caballeros Double Feature
-Disney Shorts
-Albert (Nick Christmas Special)
-Bad Taste
-Meet The Feebles
-Dead Alive
-The King and The Mocking Bird
-Wallace and Gromit shorts
-Thunderbirds Are Go The Complete 1st Season
-Filmed In Supermarionation
-Thunderbirds 1965 (Kickstarter Project)
-The Truman Show Criterion Collection
-Network Criterion Collection
-Chasing Amy Criterion Collection
-Gravity Falls The Complete Series
-The Thief and The Cobbler

PostPosted: Thu Jan 05, 2017 5:58 pm 
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TV Series:

The Alfred Hitchcock Hour (Complete Series)
Alfred Hitchcock Presents (either Season 7 or the Complete Series)
Amazing Stories (either the Complete Second Season or the Complete Series)
The Avengers (Complete Series)
Cliffhangers! (Complete Series)
Coronet Blue (Complete Series)
Daniel Boone (Seasons 4 through 6 from Shout! Factory)
The Defenders (Seasons 2 through 4 from Shout! Factory)
East Side/West Side (Complete Series)
Tarzan: Lord of the Jungle (the Complete Season Two)

Various series from the Disneyland anthology show (in its various incarnations):
• The Tales of Texas John Slaughter (the complete series of 17 episodes; starring Tom Tryon)
• Daniel Boone (the complete series of 4 episodes; starring Dewey Martin)
• The Nine Lives of Elfego Baca (the complete series of 10 episodes (3 episodes were released on Walt Disney Treasures: Legendary Heroes); starring Robert Loggia)
• The Swamp Fox (the complete series of 8 episodes (3 episodes were released on Walt Disney Treasures: Legendary Heroes); starring Leslie Nielsen)
• The Saga of Andy Burnett (the complete series of 6 episodes; starring Jerome Courtland)
• The New Adventures of Davy Crockett (the complete series of 5 episodes; starring Tim Dunigan)
• The Prince and the Pauper (the three 50-minute television episodes from the Disneyland TV show titled The Pauper King, The Merciful Law of the King, and Long Live the Rightful King and the 93-minute theatrical release)
• Gallegher (3 episodes; starring Roger Mobley); The Further Adventures of Gallegher (3 episodes); Gallegher Goes West (4 episodes); and The Mystery of Edward Sims (2 episodes)
• Willie and the Yank (Mosby’s Marauders) (three 50-minute television episodes from the Walt Disney’s Wonderful World of Color TV show titled The Deserter, The Mosby Raiders, and The Matchmaker that aired in January 1967 and the 80-minute theatrical version titled Mosby’s Marauders that was released in Europe in May 1967)

The Alamo (complete 202-minute roadshow version)
The Cook, the Thief, His Wife & Her Lover
La Belle Noiseuse
Make Mine Music (with complete version of the Martins and Coys segment)
Melody Time (with complete Pecos Bill segment intact i.e. without the cigarette edits)
Ocean Waves
The Red Turtle
The Scarlet Pimpernel
Song of the South
The Wonderful World of the Brothers Grimm


PostPosted: Fri Jan 06, 2017 1:54 pm 
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Warner Brothers finally released Victor Victoria on Blu-ray this year, here's a few other Julie Andrews titles I'd like to see:

The Tamarind Seed-- released on Blu-ray in the U.K., we should get it in the states.
Star!-- perfect for Twilight Time.
Thoroughly Modern Millie-- on Blu-ray.
Duet for One-- at least a DVD release, please.
The Julie Andrews Hour
Julie and Carol-- all three specials, please.

Other titles--
The Lion in Winter-- this got a 4K restoration and is coming out in Europe. Hope Criterion picks it up in the states.
Maurice-- supposedly forthcoming.
The Passion of Joan of Arc-- this has been out in Europe for years.
Pandora's Box-- the Louise Brooks movie.

Numerous Hollywood classics that belong to Warner Brothers. They've barely scratched the surface on the stuff they own with Katharine Hepburn, Bette Davis, Cary Grant, etc. etc.

The remaining DACs. I don't understand why Disney is sitting on a handful of these. Even just release them through the DMC. What are they waiting for?

All in all, 2016 was a pretty good year for catalogue titles with the Warner Archive picking up its game (in addition to VV, we got some Liz Taylor titles and The Unsinkable Molly Brown), Twilight Time got a bunch of good stuff (that I'm waiting to dip in price before I buy), Criterion is sterling as always, Howard's End was reissued with the promise of more Merchant and Ivory. I had to scale back on some of my spending this year, but I'm looking forward to picking up some of the 2016 new releases while I wait for 2017 to make good on my wish-list.

Avatar and signature are Al Hirschfeld illustrations of Julie Andrews in Star! (1968).

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