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Which of These Nicktoons Would You Buy If on DVD?

Old 02-18-07, 08:57 PM
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Which of These Nicktoons Would You Buy If on DVD?

I know this isn't them all but I can only post so many...

Pick as many as you want

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Old 02-18-07, 09:03 PM
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Rugrats, CatDog. Angry Beavers, Ahhh Real Monsters, Hey Arnold, Doug, Rocko's Modern Life.
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Can someone answer why Nickelodeon hasn't released any of these yet!?!?!?! It's so frustrating. We got lucky they released Ren & Simpy and The Adventures of Pete and Pete, but this is ridiculous. So many people would buy these dvds! As for me, I am dying for Doug, Aaahh!!! Real Monsters, Rocko, and the classic Rugrats. Please Nickelodeon, do yourself, and us a favor and release these already!!!

(I am also yearning for Solute Your Shorts and Pete and Pete season 3)
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Hey Arnold for me
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These three would be essential for me.

Rugrats
Rocko's Modern Life
Aaahh!!! Real Monsters

Then if I had extra money.

The Angry Beavers
Hey Arnold!
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Rugrats, Doug, Rocko's Modern Life, Aaahhh Real Monsters and Hey Arnold
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I'd buy all of them for the kiddies, they have some Rugrats. I don't think it's considered a Nicktoon so sorry, but I am killing to get Kenan and Kel for my boy as he loves the Goodburger movie.
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I am also yearning for Solute Your Shorts
yeah really have some of the episodes on VHS recorded from tv!
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I would buy Doug and Rocko and maybe the early seasons of Rugrats. I still want the Ren & Stimpy complete series set that was rumoured awhile back.
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I want David the Gnome, Maya the Bee, and You Can't Do that on Television!..plus that one cartoon with the koalas who live in a tree

I just want my childhood back (-_-) lol
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Rocko, maybe Doug.
Not a Nicktoon but I'd give Fifteen at least a rental just because my roommate and I watched it in college.
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I'd love to see the Nicktoons Doug! And Rugrats would be worth a rental.
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Doug and maybe the first 6 seasons of Rugrats, after the movie the show went downhill pretty quick.
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I would definitely get Rocko's and would be tempted by Doug. The rest I could do without.
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I wouldn't mind seeing Doug and Rocko's Modern Life on DVD. I know they're not Nicktoons, but Salute Your Shorts and Hey Dude both need to be released too.

I doubt we'll ever see any of these though. Nick doesn't seem to care about anything not currently on the air. I guess they don't realize how many of us grew up with their shows and would love to buy them now.
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Rocko's Modern Life
Angry Beavers

CatDog for a rental.
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Rocko's Modern Life
Ahhh.. Real Monsters
Rugrats
Doug

Wouldn't mind a few non-toon nick shows to make way onto dvd as well. Of course, salute your shorts is one some have already mentioned that i would love to see. Hey dude and You can't do that on television, just to name a few.
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Hey Arnold is the only one i would definitely buy.
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Originally Posted by smashthesymbols
I wouldn't mind seeing Doug and Rocko's Modern Life on DVD. I know they're not Nicktoons, but Salute Your Shorts and Hey Dude both need to be released too.

I doubt we'll ever see any of these though. Nick doesn't seem to care about anything not currently on the air. I guess they don't realize how many of us grew up with their shows and would love to buy them now.
The NickToons channel has Rocko on everyday, and once in a while they'll show one of the others. I know it's not the same as a dvd...
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Angry Beavers on release day. Alot of the others maybe, if we have kids and the price is right.
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I would love to have Doug, Rocko's Modern Life and Angry Beavers on DVD.
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Rocko's Modern Life, possibly Doug and Hey Arnold! But yeah, there's plenty of Nickelodeon programming I would buy, like Pete and Pete Season 3, more Clarissa Explains It All, Kenan and Kel, etc.
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Why don't they play Doug on Nicktoons TV?
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I'm a Doug Funnie fan.
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Originally Posted by crystalrubi
I want David the Gnome, Maya the Bee, and You Can't Do that on Television!..plus that one cartoon with the koalas who live in a tree

I just want my childhood back (-_-) lol
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adventu...e_Little_Koala ?
or
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Noozles ?

I want both of these
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