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What WB DVDs do you want released?

Discussion in 'The Warner Bros. Club' started by Alpha Flight, Jan 22, 2007.

  1. Zorak Masaki

    Zorak Masaki Active Member

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    I have an idea for the LT/MM cartoons, how about complete sets for certain characters? For example, you could put out "the complete bugs bunny" featuring all the bugs bunny cartoons and fit 4-5 dvds alone with that, and then do "the complete daffy duck", and so on. Of course, you'd have to only put out ones where the profiled character is the feature character, otherwise you'd get plenty of double-dipped stuff (ie, the bugs/daffy/elmer hunting trilogy would have to be on the bugs collection, despite featuing daffy). As for the silver age ones, taz-mania, pinky, elmyra, and the brain (just advertise it as the last season/volume a la the batman dvds) and histeria, and for lesser-known shows, maybe a "saturday morning cartoons: the 90s" set with the more minor stuff (detention, calamity jane, etc).
     
  2. CartoonCrazy

    CartoonCrazy Is Looney-Tuney

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    My only problem with that, is, how would they release cartoons with such obscure characters like Bosko and Buddy, and still gain a profit? I don't think the average joe remembers them very much, if at all.

    Also, would they release all the one-shots on it's own DVD?
     
  3. Zorak Masaki

    Zorak Masaki Active Member

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    Market it as Looney Tunes: The Early Years. You may get some curious people who'd pick it up.
     
  4. Toonatic

    Toonatic Active Member

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    Snorks
    The Powerpuff Girls Movie SE (in Widescreen. Also on Blu-Ray)
    The remaining Seasons of Ed, Edd, 'n' Eddy
    The remaining Seasons of Foster's
    Foster's: Destination Imagination (presented in widescreen)
    Mucha Lucha
    Flintstones TV Movies, Specials, and anything else
    Ricochet Rabbit (know it's on DVD, but I would like a individual release)
    All the remaining Popeye cartoons
    Cow and Chicken (with I Am Weasel)
    The remaining seasons of Billy and Mandy (with Evil Con Carne cartoons)
    Season sets of Kids Next Door

    and that's it.
     
  5. ALaMode

    ALaMode C and H - Buddies Forever

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    But this is Warner Brothers :confused:
     
  6. DarthGonzo

    DarthGonzo Fourteen Years!

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    Yes, and they'd be in charge of releasing all of that stuff.
     
  7. Kirben

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    The following movies and series (in seasons sets):
    Duck Dodgers (in widescreen)
    Flintstones meet the Jetsons movie
    Foster's Home For Imaginary Friends (remaining seasons)
    Jetsons, The (remaining seasons)
    Krypto the Superdog (in widescreen)
    Pirates of Dark Water, The
    Powerpuff Girls Movie, The (in widescreen)
    Real Adventures of Jonny Quest, The (with episodes in right order)
    Smurfs, The (remaining seasons)
    Static Shock
    SWAT Kats
    Tom and Jerry Kids
    Tom and Jerry Tales (in widescreen)
    What's New, Scooby-Doo? (in widescreen)
    Xiaolin Showdown (in widescreen)
    Yogi's First Christmas
    Zeta Project, The (remaining season)

    I wish Warner Brothers would always release the widescreen versions of series (where available), and market the advantages of widescreen. Instead of releasing only full frame versions on DVD, and hiding the fact the widescreen versions of many later series actually exist.
     
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  8. CyberKFox

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    Road Rovers
    Histeria!
    The Cattanooga Cats (The Complete Series)
     
  9. KaiX

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    I thought TTA was already out on DVD. (sry total noob):D
     
  10. Silverstar

    Silverstar Rock the Dragon

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    Just the first volume, which doesn't even cover the entire first season.
     
  11. KaiX

    KaiX Guest

    How long ago did that come out?
     
  12. Silverstar

    Silverstar Rock the Dragon

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    :^: It was announced on April 1st and came out July 29th.
     
  13. chalmers

    chalmers Role Model

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    Huh? Both volumes of the first season are out, the first volume came out last year, and the second volume just came out back in May. All we're waiting on now is the second and third seasons.

    Here's a GAC review of the first volume.

    And here's a GAC review of the second volume.
     
  14. Silverstar

    Silverstar Rock the Dragon

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    I stand corrected, then.

    Curse you, internet! :sweat:
     
  15. KaiX

    KaiX Guest

    It took them a year to put together 30 5 minute episodes? Wow, expect the whole series in 2013 to 2014. XD
     
  16. DarthGonzo

    DarthGonzo Fourteen Years!

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    I'm sorry, what?

    It took them a year to put out 65 half our episodes. Where are you getting your information?
     
  17. dth1971

    dth1971 Active Member

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    And I'm still waiting for Animaniacs DVD Volume 4 to get released as well besides TTA Seasons 2 and 3 on DVD!
     
  18. Tenma975

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    Seasons 2 and 3 of Xiaolin Showdown would be nice to see released.
     
  19. Time Wizard

    Time Wizard It All Ends Here

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    WB controls CN right? What about Samurai Jack The Complete Series and Dexter's Laboratory The Complete Series!
     
  20. chalmers

    chalmers Role Model

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    No, Turner does, but Time Warner owns both Turner and WB, which are sister companies.
     

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