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Old 05-13-06, 08:07 AM
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Spider-Man ('90's) in Season sets
Bucky O' Hare and the Toad Menace (or whatever it was called)
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Old 05-13-06, 09:03 AM
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70's Japanese "Super Robot" Cartoons. Raideen, Getter Dragon, Mazinga, and many others.

They're probably ony out in Japan...

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Old 05-13-06, 11:01 AM
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I wish MTV would put out the rest of their animated series -- Daria, The Head, and The Maxx.
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Old 05-15-06, 04:56 PM
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Originally Posted by Giantrobo
70's Japanese "Super Robot" Cartoons. Raideen, Getter Dragon, Mazinga, and many others.

They're probably ony out in Japan...
Unfortunately, this is not going to happen. We can't even get the hacked and dubbed English versions (Tranzor Z, Starvengers, etc.) on DVD, though they were released on VHS. Stuff from the 80's like St. Seiya and Aura Battler Dunbine seemed to be all but ignored by modern day anime fans, so stuff from the 70's (outside of the remakes) would seem doomed to fail as well.

Of course, I never thought I'd see the day when Gaogaigar was licensed, so what do I know?
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Old 10-04-06, 05:06 PM
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I just found this site, so sorry to resurrect this old thread, but here's my 2˘
I adapted this from my master list of programs to get, removed the ones that I know have official releases.

Astro Boy
Baby Blues
Banana Splits & Danger Island
Beverly Hills Teens
Bigfoot & the Muscle Machines
Bionic 6
Blackstar (was it a show or just a toy?)
Captain Caveman
Captain N
Captain Power (toys would “interact” with the show)
Care Bears
Casper the Friendly Ghost
Centurions
Chip & Dale Rescue Rangers (Disney)
Chuck Norris Karate Kommandos
Darkwing Duck (Disney)
Droids
Duck Tales (Disney)
Dungeons & Dragons
Ewoks
Fat Albert
Foofur
Galaxy High
Galaxy Rangers
Garfield & Friends
Gilligan’s Planet
Glow Worms (was this a cartoon, or just a toy?)
Grape Ape
Groovie Goolies
Gummi Bears (Disney)
Heathcliff
Home Movies
Howie Mandel’s Amazing Live Sea Monkeys
Hulk Hogan’s Rock ‘n’ Wrestling
Inhumanoids
Jayce & the Wheeled Warriors
Jem
Jonny Quest
Justice League (90s/2000s)
Kid Super Power Hour with Shazam
Kidd Video
Kwicky Koala
Land of the Lost (live-action)
Lazer Tag
Magilla Gorilla
Marshal Bravestarr
MASK
Mighty Orbots
Moncheechees
Moral Orel
Muppet Babies
My Little Pony
Pandamonium
Pinky and the Brain
Pole Position
Pound Puppies
Power Lords (also, show, or just toy?)
Powerpuff Girls
Punky Brewster animated show
Rainbow Brite
Rambo cartoon
Richie Rich
Ripping Friends
Robot Chicken
Saber Rider and the Star Sheriffs
Scooby Doo (and its various later incarnations)
Secret Squirrel
Sectaurs
Sid & Marty Krofft shows—Electro Woman & Dyna Girl, the one w/ the talking car, etc.
Silverhawks
Sky Commanders
Space Ghost (1960s/70s)
Space Ghost Coast to Coast
Speed Racer
Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends
Spiral Zone
Strawberry Shortcake
Stroker & Hoop
Sub Commanders? Was that a show?
Super Dave
Superfriends (1970s) and its ‘80s follow-ups…Challenge of the Superfriends & Super Power Team: Galactic Guardians
Superman (1990s)
Swan’s Crossing (live-action teen soap)
Talespin (Disney)
Teddy Ruxpin
The Drak Pack
The Flintstones
The Flintstones Kids
The Get-Along Gang
The Littles
The Muppet Show
Thundarr the Barbarian
Tom & Jerry
Top Cat
Tranzor Z
Trollkins (like Dukes of Hazzard in trees)
Turbo Teen
TV Funhouse (both the SNL shorts & the puppet/animated show)
Ulysses 31
Venture Brothers
Visionaries
Voltron I (vehicles)
Voltron III (lions)
Wally Gator
Weekend Specials
Wildfire (horse, girl)
Wolfman Rock TV
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Old 10-04-06, 06:00 PM
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Deputy Dawg,Quick Draw McGraw,Herculoids,Space Ghost(60's).Birdman,QT Hush,Dick Tracy and Spider-man(80s).
X-Men were on DVD, just not season sets and the video was not all that good.

The art work was OK, but I loved the long story lines, it is still a great series.

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Old 10-04-06, 06:18 PM
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Astro Boy
Blackstar (was it a show or just a toy?)
Captain N
Care Bears
Casper the Friendly Ghost
Chip & Dale Rescue Rangers (Disney)
Darkwing Duck (Disney)
Droids
Duck Tales (Disney)
Dungeons & Dragons
Ewoks
Fat Albert
Galaxy Rangers
Garfield & Friends
Gummi Bears (Disney)
Heathcliff
Home Movies
Jem
Jonny Quest
Justice League (90s/2000s)
Magilla Gorilla
Marshal Bravestarr
Pinky and the Brain
Powerpuff Girls
Rainbow Brite
Rambo cartoon
Robot Chicken
Scooby Doo (and its various later incarnations)
Sid & Marty Krofft shows—Electro Woman & Dyna Girl, the one w/ the talking car, etc.
Space Ghost Coast to Coast
Speed Racer
Strawberry Shortcake
Superfriends (1970s) and its ‘80s follow-ups…Challenge of the Superfriends &
Superman (1990s)
Talespin (Disney)
The Flintstones
The Muppet Show
Tom & Jerry
Top Cat
TV Funhouse (both the SNL shorts & the puppet/animated show)
Venture Brothers
Voltron I (vehicles)
Voltron III (lions)
Wally Gator

all of the mentioned above in your list have been or will be releases on DVD. Several of the shows, like Superman, already have all their episodes released on DVD.
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Old 10-04-06, 06:27 PM
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The Mysterious Cities of Gold!!
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Old 10-04-06, 11:12 PM
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"Hulk" from the mid-'60's.
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Old 10-05-06, 02:03 PM
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mysterious cities of gold. was that called ullysees (spelling**) or was that another show. funny how i cant remember half of the shows but i remember all the intros and themes. inspector gadget was the best.
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Old 10-05-06, 02:34 PM
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All seasons of Reboot. Legal BS holding things up, apparently.
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Old 10-05-06, 03:50 PM
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Although this has probably been said in this thread, Tiny Toons.
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Old 10-05-06, 04:57 PM
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Ralph Bakshi's Mighty Mouse
Twisted Tales of Felix The Cat (more than the single DVD that is currently available)
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Old 10-05-06, 05:47 PM
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Mysterious Cities of Gold would be fantastic. There's a web site out there that used to have all the episodes available for steam, pretty sure it's not up anymore. That was a great show, with a huge arcing storyline and quality animation.
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Old 10-06-06, 08:39 AM
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I haven't seen these two show up yet. Both early-to-mid 80's.

Fang Face ( was this part of the Plastic Man series? )
Dennis the Menace ( with the Dairy Queen like Dennis )

Both of these are must haves for me.

Also someone was asking about the Warner Banned cartoons. They are available, but not as sets, unless you get them via ebay. Wal-Mart has those $1 dollar cartoon collections, mostly named Cartoon Crazies, that have one or two of the Warner Bros. collections. I've gotten at least 7 of the 11, although the quality is questionable. Those banned cartoons are all in public domain now, so they aren't that hard to find in the cheap DVD sections.
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Old 10-06-06, 10:22 AM
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Originally Posted by testpattern
I haven't seen these two show up yet. Both early-to-mid 80's.

Fang Face ( was this part of the Plastic Man series? )
Yeah, it was part of the Plastic Man show. I'm really surprised with the way DC has been putting out older shows that they haven't gotten around to this one yet.


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Old 10-06-06, 10:32 AM
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The only left that isn't on schedule that I want cartoon wise...

Smurfs
Muppet Babies
Alvin & The Chipmunks (80s)
Second Half of Huckleberry Hound
Plastic Man Comedy Hour
Pac Man
Chilly Willy
Kissyfur
Deput Dawg
Rocky & Bullwinkle Season 4

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Old 10-06-06, 10:37 AM
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The Alvin Show (from the 60s - not that later crap!)
The Adventures of Tintin (also from the 60s)
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Old 10-06-06, 12:24 PM
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For shame! No one has mentioned EEk! the cat.

I'd also kill for Exo Squad and Pirates of Dark Water.
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Old 10-06-06, 12:29 PM
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Old 10-07-06, 03:13 PM
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Originally Posted by kevkev
mysterious cities of gold. was that called ullysees (spelling**) or was that another show. funny how i cant remember half of the shows but i remember all the intros and themes. inspector gadget was the best.
You are thinking of "Spartacus and the Sun Beneath the Sea"
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Old 10-08-06, 04:53 AM
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One that I haven't seen mentioned yet is Belle and Sebastian, which was on nickelodeon when I was young. It was about a boy and his two dogs looking for his mother in the mountains between france and spain. It was my favorite back in the 80's.
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One that I haven't seen mentioned yet is Belle and Sebastian, which was on nickelodeon when I was young. It was about a boy and his two dogs looking for his mother in the mountains between france and spain. It was my favorite back in the 80's.
So that's where their name come from.
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Old 04-26-08, 10:01 PM
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So here's an update:

Hulk movie came out and sequel is coming out - no word on Hulk 1990s complete series DVDs

Transformers movie came out and sequel is coming out - Transformers DVDs out-of-print in USA (only available in the UK)

G.I. Joe movie is coming out - first DVD seasons out of print and no word on complete series on DVD

THREE Spiderman movies came out - no word on 1990s Spiderman complete series on DVD

THREE X-MEN movies came out - no word on 1990s X-men complete series on DVD

Iron Man movie is coming out - no word on 1990s Iron Man complete series on DVD (only available in the UK)

Fantastic Four movie and sequel came out - no word on 1990s Silver Surfer complete series on DVD



Does anyone know if rights lawyers are battling to get these DVDs out allready or are these series just sitting on the shelf gaining dust? I still don't understand why they can't get these DVDs out when their hugely popular movies come out.
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