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    Quote Originally Posted by derosa View Post
    Hi Ben, have you found any 16mm films yet? I remember you posting about looking for the original as-aired shows.
    No, not yet. I was hoping I'd hear from others. And yet, even if I come across such a film reel, it will be even tougher to transfer it to DVD-R.

    I know the Dynomutt segments (the last 30 minutes of the whole hour-long format) in the original 1976 form were re-ran on USA Network's Cartoon Express block between 1984 and 1992, and even so had only applied on a handful of episodes (one of these, "Sinister Symphony," has the original 1976 short opening bumper, but for some reason lacks the closing credits). According to Aaron Handy III, who too is desperate to find the whole thing the way it was back in '76, says the episodes USA had aired which retained the original 45-second closing credits are:

    *Everyone Hyde! (September 11, 1976)
    *The Harbor Robber (October 9, 1976)
    *Factory Recall (October 30, 1976)
    *The Blue Falcon vs. the Red Vulture (November 27, 1976)
    *The Prophet Profits (December 18, 1976)

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    Do you know The CB Bears, Blast Off Buzzard, and Popeye and Son DVD will be release between July and December.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chatchamood View Post
    Do you know The CB Bears, Blast Off Buzzard, and Popeye and Son DVD will be release between July and December.
    No, I did not because you just happened to fabricate that statement for some reason.
    Yup. It's a signature. Go away if you're expecting something interesting here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt Hazuda View Post
    No, I did not because you just happened to fabricate that statement for some reason.
    I'm still hoping they will get released nonetheless...

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    What are the latest Hanna-Barbera cartoons coming up as of now to be released by Warner Archive? Are CB Bears, Popeye and Son, and Cattanooga Cats still on hold and/or the back burner?

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    My suggestions:

    DVD:
    -Remaining seasons of The Snorks
    -Remaining seasons of Ed, Edd, 'n Eddy
    -Remaining seasons of Foster's Home For Imaginary Friends (with Season 5 and 6 in their original widescreen versions)
    -Loopy De Loop

    Blu-ray:
    -Cats Don't Dance (in a fully loaded special edition)
    -The Powerpuff Girls Movie
    -Gay Purr-ee

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    Quote Originally Posted by dth1971 View Post
    What are the latest Hanna-Barbera cartoons coming up as of now to be released by Warner Archive? Are CB Bears, Popeye and Son, and Cattanooga Cats still on hold and/or the back burner?
    If you're talking about C.B. Bears, they did mention the possibility of releasing the Heyyy! It's the King segments (along with the Undercover Elephant and Shake, Rattle and Roll ones).

    When CBB split in 1978, CBB was given its half-hour block with the Blast-Off Buzzard and Posse Impossible segments whereas Heyyy! got Undercover Elephant and Shake, Rattle & Roll.

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    the 1968 "The Adventures of Batman" Filmation series 34 eps and the rest of the Filmation Superman. Thank you!

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    STILL WANTED (AS OF 6-17-2013):
    The Cattanooga Cats (1969)
    Motormouse & Autocat (1970) (this series contains only these titular segments from the Cattanooga Cats series)
    The Scooby-Doo/Dynomutt Hour - "Most Wanted" Edition (meaning: the original 1976 opening and closing credits, and with the short opening bumper for the Dynomutt, Dog Wonder segments)
    C.B. Bears (the complete 1 hour version including the Heyyy! It's the King segments)
    Jana of the Jungle (1978)
    The Super Globetrotters (1979) (please restore the proper NTSC 60 frames speed)
    The Flintstone Comedy Hour (1972)
    The New Fred & Barney Show (1979)
    Fred & Barney Meet the Thing (September 22-November 3, 1979)
    Fred & Barney Meet the Shmoo (November 10, 1979-October 4, 1980)
    The Flintstone Comedy Show (1980) (complete 90 minute series)
    Space Stars (1981) (complete 1 hour series)
    The Kwicky Koala Show (1981) (Tex Avery's last hurrah that he sadly did not live to see)

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    Along with Super Globetrotters, maybe they could restore the NTSC speed to these shows as well:

    -Jabberjaw (Yeah, I know, it's already been released, but maybe it could be re-released or even "updated"?)
    -Clue Club
    -The aforementioned "Kwicky Koala Show"
    -The New Shmoo segments in the aforementioned "Fred and Barney Meet the Shmoo"
    -Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels
    -Plastic Man was already given a regular (i.e., non-Warner Archive) DVD release, but maybe they could re-release through Warner Archive with the original NTSC speed?
    Cartoons aren't "just for kids"...but they're not just for adults either. They're for everyone.

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    What about Shirt Tales and Pound Puppies (1986) version?

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    Does WB or Turner own Two Stupid Dogs?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ILDC View Post
    Does WB or Turner own Two Stupid Dogs?
    WB does.

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    It was syndicated by "Turner" Programming Services, so I'm pretty sure that means Turner owns it. Besides, it's also aired on BOOM many times, so there's that, as well.

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    I don't think it matters anymore though because Warner and Turner are one now.

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    Not really. They still act like separate entities, with Turner networks having to pay to air WB properties.
    But yes, 2 Stupid Dogs is Turner (HB library).
    Aww, isn't that cute?
    But it's WRONG!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Toonatic View Post
    I don't think it matters anymore though because Warner and Turner are one now.
    Yeah, but they don't always have synergy.

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    I would love for Warner Archive to release the remaining "Peanuts" television specials by continuing the "decade" sets. It wouldn't be a bad idea to release Tex Avery's non-Droopy MGM cartoons via Warner Archive DVD releases. For those who are interested, maybe Warner Archive can release randomly selected non-Tom & Jerry/Tex Avery MGM cartoons in multiple DVD sets.
    "Jackie Gleason said that comedy is the most exacting form and dramatic art, because it has an instant critic: laughter." - Chuck Jones

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    THREAD BUMP (12-4-2013)

    My want list:
    Devlin (1974)
    These Are the Days (1974)
    Mumbly (1976) (with original 30-second opening title on all episodes; closing titles will be the original The Tom & Jerry/Grape Ape/Mumbly Show credits for episodes 1-13, and The Tom & Jerry/Mumbly Show credits for episodes 14-16.
    Dynomutt, Dog Wonder (1976) - with original 30-second opening title and 45-second closing title from The Scooby-Doo/Dynomutt Hour for episodes 1-16; episodes 17-24, all two-part episodes running 15 minutes, will use the '76 short opening title but the Scooby's All-Star Laff-A-Lympics closing title
    Jana of the Jungle (1978)
    The New Shmoo (1979)
    The Flintstone Comedy Show (1980) (complete 90 minute series)
    Kwicky Koala (1981) - one episode is available on DVD on Saturday Morning Cartoons: The 1980's.

    For the Sony Pictures "Choice Collection" series:
    Gidget Makes the Wrong Connection (1972 TV movie)
    Tabitha and Adam and the Clown Family (1972 TV movie)
    Jeannie (1973)
    The Partridge Family, 2200 A.D. (a.k.a. The Partridge Family in Outer Space) (1974) - two episodes are available on DVD, as bonus features on The Partridge Family Season 1 DVD set

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    Quote Originally Posted by ruffnreddy57 View Post
    I would love for Warner Archive to release the remaining "Peanuts" television specials by continuing the "decade" sets.
    Personally, given how Warner is handling DVD/Blu-Ray releases for some catalog Paramount titles, it would be nice to see a Warner Archives release of the two Paramount-produced Peanuts films.
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