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Old 12-11-06, 04:55 PM
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Filmation's Ghostbusters: Volume One ----> 2/27/07

From thedigitalbits.com:

And BCI has officially announced the DVD release of the animated Ghostbusters on 2/27. Filmation's Ghostbusters: Volume One will be a 6-disc set (SRP $39.98) that includes the first 32 episodes along with new interviews with the show's creators, an anti-drug PSA, the original 10-minute presentation/promo pilot episode, a storyboard slideshow, an image gallery, Easter eggs and trivia, and a bonus episode.
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Just so there's no confusion, this isn't the cartoon series based on live action movie that prominently featured Slimer. That's "The Real Ghostbusters." This is another series which was produced by a company that owned the name Ghostbusters.
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Originally Posted by NitroJMS
Just so there's no confusion, this isn't the cartoon series based on live action movie that prominently featured Slimer. That's "The Real Ghostbusters." This is another series which was produced by a company that owned the name Ghostbusters.
In other words, wholly inferior.
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In other words, wholly inferior.
I kinda liked Filmation's effort. Loved the Real Ghostbusters, but this show had its own (cheesy) thing going ...
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I love the theme song:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Oo0FVs9KvrQ
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Originally Posted by NitroJMS
Just so there's no confusion, this isn't the cartoon series based on live action movie that prominently featured Slimer. That's "The Real Ghostbusters." This is another series which was produced by a company that owned the name Ghostbusters.

which originally was a B&W television show featuring Mr. Bob Burns as the ape.
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Thanks. Now I know not to pay any attention this release.

I'll be looking for more of the REAL Ghostbusters on DVD!
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Agreed. Was hoping it was a Season set of the Real Ghostbusters.
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Originally Posted by Cameron
which originally was a B&W television show featuring Mr. Bob Burns as the ape.

It wasn't black and white. It as mind-numbing color.
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Old 12-13-06, 02:32 PM
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As a kid I remember watching cartoons then hearing "Ghostbusters is coming up next!" Then being pissed wihen it wasn't the slimer version.
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Originally Posted by The Valeyard
It wasn't black and white. It as mind-numbing color.
Ah, so I didn't hallucinate this. In the early 80s, I would see a big old school VHS box of a live-action "Ghostbusters" with 2 guys and 1 cheesy, "Trading Places" ape costume. For years I would remember that and think, "that couldn't have been 'Ghostbusters'..."

Anyway, where the hell is REAL Ghostbusters?!
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I was so mad when i saw this news on tvshowsondvd.com because at first I almost though it was for The Real Ghostbusters. Anyway, it'll probably never happen.
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Originally Posted by The Valeyard
It wasn't black and white. It as mind-numbing color.
forgive me...I think the production still were just burned in my mind so well....

regardless, If your not in the know on Bob Burns...then get to google. Peter Jackson even used the original ape man in the new King Kong
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Originally Posted by Cameron
regardless, If your not in the know on Bob Burns...then get to google. Peter Jackson even used the original ape man in the new King Kong
"It Came From Bob's Basement" is a great book. He has an amazing collection of movie memorbilia.
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