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Old 02-09-05, 10:16 AM
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Paramount releasing Classic Nickelodeon shows to DVD - in Season Sets!

http://www.tvshowsondvd.com/newsitem.cfm?NewsID=2895



The Clarissa Explains It All - Season 1 compilation in May will be on 2 DVDs, and run 328 minutes for 13 episodes. Paramount Home Entertainment will distribute this title. If this set is successful, we hope it will lead to further "Rewind Collection" releases for many of the other Nick shows named above. Stay tuned, and we'll let you know.
OH MY GOD - YES!

Could The Adventures of Pete and Pete and Salute Your Shorts be next?
Old 02-09-05, 10:18 AM
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HOLY SHIT.

And don't even put that Salute Your Shorts in two seperate sets. Just give me one big three or four disc set with all 26 episodes.
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Haha amazing, in December, there was a thread on HTF about "TV on DVD in 2005 Predictions", mine were "Salute Your Shorts," "Clarissa..." and "Hey Dude." Some dreams do come true haha
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You all know we have to buy this for there to be a chance of more sets, right?

But hell, I'll buy it anyway. I was always a fan of the show, anyway.
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Nice.. I want are you afraid of the dark. used to love that show
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I would die for Hey Dude on DVD (Did I just say that?)
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The only one I want is Pete & Pete.
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I would definitly consider buying Pete and Pete and Salute Your Shorts. Now manybe theres a chance Rocko's Modern life could get released, i would buy that on release day.
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I will be picking this up, but what I really want is Pete & Pete and Fifteen.
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ummm...i can't believe you're mentioning THIS as a classic Nickelodeon show.

"You Can't Do That On Television."

Now, THAT is classic.
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Count me as another vote for Fifteen.
Probably rent Clarissa, but it was kinda 'unmemorable' for me, but I did enjoy reveling in the pre-teen angst of Fifteen.
Never watched the Petes or Salute.

And maybe I'm dating myself, but when I read 'classic Nick shows' I was thinking Pinwheel, Dangermouse, Today's Special, YCDToTV. Not sure how 'classic' they are, but that's the time frame that 'classic' brings to mind.
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Originally Posted by dtcarson
And maybe I'm dating myself, but when I read 'classic Nick shows' I was thinking Pinwheel, Dangermouse, Today's Special, YCDToTV. Not sure how 'classic' they are, but that's the time frame that 'classic' brings to mind.
Agreed Let's add Tomorrow People and The Third Eye to the above list too. Thankfully Tomorrow People is available in the UK and I have been getting them as they come out
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Originally Posted by digitalfreaknyc
ummm...i can't believe you're mentioning THIS as a classic Nickelodeon show.

"You Can't Do That On Television."

Now, THAT is classic.
It is indeed - I hope it finds its way to DVD eventually.
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Clarissa doesn't do it for me, but I'm extremely delighted that they're putting the show out on DVD.

Now if the following were to be released... WATCH OUT!
  • Pete and Pete
  • Roundhouse
  • Salute Your Shorts
  • Are You Afraid of the Dark?
  • Tomorrow People
Better yet, they better space those releases out... I'll be swamped!
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DANGER MOUSE! DANGER MOUSE! DANGER MOUSE! DANGER MOUSE!
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It should come with a lolly : )
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Last I checked, Nickelodeon had royalty issues with You Can't Do That On Television.

Roundhouse would be great because all of the music was written and performed by the cast.
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Originally Posted by digitalfreaknyc
"You Can't Do That On Television."

Now, THAT is classic.

Thank you.
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DANGER MOUSE! DANGER MOUSE! DANGER MOUSE! DANGER MOUSE!
Danger Mouse is part of the Thames Library and would therefore be an A&E release. In other words, I expect it will be out sometime this year.
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I would love to have some Pinwheel seasons for my future children to grow up with. Those obscure little cartoons they showed were pure gems.
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Originally Posted by dullboy
I would love to have some Pinwheel seasons for my future children to grow up with. Those obscure little cartoons they showed were pure gems.
Might as well throw Eureeka's Castle on DVD as well.

Great stuff.

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What about Doug?
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Originally Posted by Brain Stew
What about Doug?
I'm shocked Rugrats hasn't seen any season sets.

I'd definately buy the first 2 or 3.
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I liked Doug too, before it became 'Disney's Doug.'
But that's a good point, for a while [and possibly to an extent still] there Rugrats was a total cash cow, I'm surprised they didn't just chuck out some sets. [They may have released some single-ep sets, I don't keep up.]

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