Bizarrely unreleased... Page 2

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sardines

  • Wednesday 24th June 2009, 6:29am
  • Ireland
  • 265 posts
Quote: don rushmore @ June 23 2009, 7:25 PM BST

The Wonder Years.

Music rights issues are preventing it.

I'd like to see Hot Metal, Whoops Apocalypse and End of Part One released... all Renwick.

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chipolata

  • Wednesday 24th June 2009, 2:10pm
  • England
  • 29,530 posts
Quote: john lucas 101 @ June 24 2009, 7:49 AM BST


Not The Nine O'Clock News

And Chris langham could do with the work, even if it is just commenting on a the first series of a show he was sacked from and praying that there aren't any paedo sketches on it.

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Jack Massey

  • Wednesday 24th June 2009, 3:36pm [Edited]
  • England
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Never the Twain- a top eleven series run which you think Network would thrive about. I'd buy it anyway. Paticulary since ITV3 recently showed the whole series.

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Bad dog

  • Wednesday 24th June 2009, 4:39pm
  • England
  • 1,235 posts

Not the Nine O'Clock News - a hugely influential and popular show which is never repeated or shown in its original form. There is no valid reason for not releasing the whole thing, unedited immediately.

Same with The Goodies.

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Aaron

  • Wednesday 24th June 2009, 5:10pm
  • Royal Berkshire, England
  • 68,287 posts
Quote: Jack Massey @ June 24 2009, 11:36 AM BST

Never the Twain- a top eleven series run which you think Network would thrive about. I'd buy it anyway. Paticulary since ITV3 recently showed the whole series.

I hope that they repeat it! I managed to see/record a handful of episodes, but nowhere near enough.

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john lucas 101

  • Wednesday 24th June 2009, 5:14pm
  • England
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Quote: Bad dog @ June 24 2009, 12:39 PM BST

Not the Nine O'Clock News - a hugely influential and popular show which is never repeated or shown in its original form. There is no valid reason for not releasing the whole thing, unedited immediately.

I agree entirely, but as Chip pointed out, there is the issue of Chris Langham being a regular in series 1, which I guess some people would have an issue with.

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Aaron

  • Wednesday 24th June 2009, 7:51pm
  • Royal Berkshire, England
  • 68,287 posts

Some people should grow the f**k up.

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The Rook

  • Wednesday 24th June 2009, 9:28pm [Edited]
  • Leeds, England
  • 670 posts

I agree about 'Sorry'.

When 'Sykes' was first released I remember it was quite early in the 'lets release all these old series and make some money' era. Then when these series that have appeared on DVD took-off it kinda got pushed to the side. I think it's just a matter of time.

Keeping on the 'Sykes' theme, although it is understandable why it hasn't been released, is 'Curry and Chips'. What are the chances of that appearing? Errr

I know it isn't sitcom but 60s 'Batman' is still unaccounted for and there has been so many reasons given why it hasn't.

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zooo

  • Wednesday 24th June 2009, 9:42pm
  • United Kingdom
  • 69,180 posts
Quote: Aaron @ June 24 2009, 3:51 PM BST

Some people should grow the f**k up.

Definitely.

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Mike88

  • Sunday 28th June 2009, 11:00am
  • Bedford, England
  • 243 posts

Smack The Pony

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Charly

  • Sunday 28th June 2009, 8:45pm
  • Bristol, England
  • 1,751 posts

Chelmsford 123

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Mike88

  • Tuesday 30th June 2009, 10:35pm
  • Bedford, England
  • 243 posts

IMO anything voted in that BBC TOP 50 Best British Sitcoms that has not been released on DVD as there must obviously be some demand for it.

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Lord Summerisle

  • Tuesday 30th June 2009, 11:51pm
  • London, England
  • 167 posts

The Larry Sanders show has only had one series fully released (possibly 2) as far as I know, as well as some Best of Stuff, I have both of these but the fact that such an acclaimed and wonderful show has loads of seasons unreleased is an absolute joke. Same with the only series of Bakersfield PD, another favourite which has never seen the light of day.

Finally Set of Six with Roland Rivron, nothing out there anymore. I think it had a VHS release some time back but no DVD and no Scrote brilliance.