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Feb 17 13 10:25 AM
QUOTE (HarrisonS @ February 03, 2013 12:30 pm)
I have not purchased any of the AHP series yet, and now I hesitate to, becaus I don't want any defective discs. Does anyone know if this problem has ever been corrected in newer releases?
Another great reason they need to put them on blu-ray!
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Sep 4 13 3:58 PM
Gilbert and Sullivan State Trooper
Paladin wrote:I added Have Gun, Will Travel, season 6. So I have the complete collection.
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Paladin wrote:I vaguely remember that one. I think I saw reruns of it on TV when I was a kid living in Florida. That is the old black and white one. I never watched the other one.
Sep 6 13 9:40 PM
Orville Smith wrote:Paladin wrote:I vaguely remember that one. I think I saw reruns of it on TV when I was a kid living in Florida. That is the old black and white one. I never watched the other one.Yes, the old black and white one. Let me also add that in viewing the episodes, the cast credits do not say the name of the actor who played the Invisible Man character, so it's an unusual mystery.
Sep 9 13 7:16 PM
JMG wrote:Now that you mentioned them Caesar, I have The Three Stooges Collection
Vol. 1 & 2 and they are excellent!! For some reason, I don't think of The
Stooges as a television series, more of a comedy short film series but most of
us did watch 'em on TV.
Sep 10 13 11:37 AM
Caesar The Dummy wrote:
It's a shame that no one does that style of comedy these days. Nyuk nyuk nyuk...
Sep 11 13 12:01 PM
Caesar The Dummy wrote:
It's a shame that no one does that style of comedy these days. Nyuk nyuk nyuk... Physical/slapstick humor hasn't been big in the States for a while now, but in the U.K. it's more current and appreciated. Throughout the 80s and 90s in particular, comedy series that were heavy on physical humor were still being produced there. I'm thinking of, for example, "The Bennie Hill Show" and "Keeping Up Appearances." In my opinion, Patricia Routledge (star of "Appearances") is one of the great physical comediennes of our time. On a par with Lucille Ball.
Sep 11 13 12:36 PM
HarrisonS wrote:I too have long been a huge fan of ... the Marx Brothers.
Sep 11 13 10:14 PM
Dan Hollis wrote:HarrisonS wrote:I too have long been a huge fan of ... the Marx Brothers. Karl was a riot!
Nov 14 13 8:45 PM
Paladin wrote: Here's my collection (updated):1. The Twilight Zone 94 episodes2. Star Trek all 793. The Outer Limits (original series) all 48 (49 if you add Pt. 2 of a 2 part ep)4.The Rat Patrol all 58 eps.5. Have Gun, Will Travel (All 6 seasons)6. Rawhide (5 seasons)7. Keeping Up Appearances (British) all 44 eps8. As Time Goes By (British) all 65 eps9. The Vicar of Dibley (British) all 20 eps of varying lengths (and 3 short eps)10. Rosemary and Thyme (British) all 22 episodes11 Jack of All Trades (syndicated, 2000) all 22 eps12. The Avengers, The Emma Peel Megaset (All 51 of the Diana Rigg episodes).
Nov 16 13 11:54 PM
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Nov 17 13 8:19 AM
Jayo wrote:Mayday! Yes, a series about plane/ship/train crashes. Go ahead and call me morbid, but this is some really interesting stuff. And the causes of the some of the accidents is serious facepalm material.It's not even a full-season set, just a collection of various episodes. I got it from a catalog; it's the only time I've ever seen it on dvd.
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