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Hardcastle & McCormick on DVD?

Old 11-26-02, 11:51 AM
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Hardcastle & McCormick on DVD?

I thought this show was hysterical! Daniel Hugh-Kelly's Mark McCormick always had a great one-liner insult to Brian Keith's Milton C. Hardcastle. I would love to watch this show again!
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Hardcastle And McCormick

I miss watching this show. I was a kid when I use to watch it but I liked it then. I would definately buy it if it comes out on DVD!
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I thought this show was hysterical! Daniel Hugh-Kelly's Mark McCormick always had a great one-liner insult to Brian Keith's Milton C. Hardcastle. I would love to watch this show again!
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hopefully Hardcastle And McCormick will be released on DVD!
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I'd buy it!
Old 02-28-05, 12:09 AM
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Put me down for a set as well. H&M is one of my top all time favorite shows. I wish they would put a die-cast replica of the Coyote like they do with all the other TV/movie cars.
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i would too.
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I see its available in Canada.
Isn't Canada Region 1? If so, doesn't that mean it can play on U.S. DVD players?!

Does this mean "Hardcastle & McCormick" is available now, and has been for quite some time??
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Yep, Canada's R1, so there's no problem playing it on U.S. players.
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when virgin records store was selling out, I saw S1 there. It my have been the Canadian version, I do nto know.
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Thank God for Canada.
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I have owned the first two seasons for awhile now. They are great!

Plus they are for sale on the regular amazon.com aswell. The final season will be out in the fall.
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I have the first two seasons as well.
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I loved that show (not sure if I'd buy it though). I might take a look if it eventually dropped below $15.
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One of the best theme songs in TV history, and the car is a beaut.
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Originally Posted by Norm de Plume
One of the best theme songs in TV history.
Which one? "Drive" or "Back To Back?"

Personally, I love them both, and have them both on my TV Themes CD compilation.

I wonder if "better" season sets are in the works for U.S. Distribution, after Canada finishes up their seasons? I can't see how it can be better, unless you get deleted/extended scenes thrown in, and Daniel Hugh-Kelly commentary?...
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I meant "Drive", but "Back to Back" is quite good too.
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This series seems to only be available through Amazon - and it is about $50+ per season, which is a complete rip-off for anything DVD.

Will the lazy Americans put this series out, for less?
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Virgin had it. I saw it at one of their stores a year or 2 ago that was going out of business, so you may want to check around s there may be other stores that have it.
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I bought the first two seasons for 40 Canadian each and bought the final third season for 35 at Wal Mart couple of months ago.

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