Thread: 90's Shows You Would Love To Have On DVD But Are Not Made...

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    I would be one happy fan boy if Disney released the rest of Darkwing Duck on DVD.

    Other than that, I can't think of any that 90s shows I like to see get a DVD release cause, in my opinion, most of the really good ones are released. Maybe I'll be able to think of some later...
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      Quote by Old_school_JJ
      I would be one happy fan boy if Disney released the rest of Darkwing Duck on DVD.

      Other than that, I can't think of any that 90s shows I like to see get a DVD release cause, in my opinion, most of the really good ones are released. Maybe I'll be able to think of some later...


      Maybe seasons 1 and 2 of Sailor Moon
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        What would be ideal, is if the company that puts out those "Best Of Saturday Morning Cartoons" compiled a 90's set. That way there's enough to enjoy from each semi-obscure show without shelling for a season or series. Shows like Mighty Max, Mutant League, or Robocop would be fun to see.
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          Quote by yellow_submarine
          What would be ideal, is if the company that puts out those "Best Of Saturday Morning Cartoons" compiled a 90's set. That way there's enough to enjoy from each semi-obscure show without shelling for a season or series. Shows like Mighty Max, Mutant League, or Robocop would be fun to see.


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            The show "Lands End" starring Fred Dryer. It only ran one season from September 1995, to May of 1996.

            One of the local channels in my hometown showed Lands End late at night right after "Renegade" with Lorenzo Lamas. The only time I watched it was when hanging with some friends at their house and throwing back some colds ones.
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              The Andy Dick show. I think it might be very early 2000's though. I still need to get Parker Lewis Cant Lose but its hard to find.
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                Quote by Sunriser
                Gargoyles Season 2 volume 2 needs to be released! Seriously, why did they stop there?!

                Agreed! They totally need to release the rest of this series. Disney is stingy with their dvd releases. If the first couple of dvd releases of a series does not sell, they will not offer the rest!
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                  Quote by Sunriser
                  Gargoyles Season 2 volume 2 needs to be released! Seriously, why did they stop there?!

                  Agreed! They totally need to release the rest of this series. Disney is stingy with their dvd releases. If the first couple of dvd releases of a series does not sell, they will not offer the rest!


                  Gargoyles scared me as a kid
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                    Quote by yellow_submarine
                    What would be ideal, is if the company that puts out those "Best Of Saturday Morning Cartoons" compiled a 90's set. That way there's enough to enjoy from each semi-obscure show without shelling for a season or series. Shows like Mighty Max, Mutant League, or Robocop would be fun to see.


                    That's an interesting idea, but the 90s wasn't known for "Saturday Mornings Cartoons" the way past decades. The 90s were more known for primetime animated shows.
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                      Quote by Old_school_JJ
                      Quote by yellow_submarine
                      What would be ideal, is if the company that puts out those "Best Of Saturday Morning Cartoons" compiled a 90's set. That way there's enough to enjoy from each semi-obscure show without shelling for a season or series. Shows like Mighty Max, Mutant League, or Robocop would be fun to see.


                      That's an interesting idea, but the 90s wasn't known for "Saturday Mornings Cartoons" the way past decades. The 90s were more known for primetime animated shows.


                      Did not know that
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                        comeplete series of
                        Goosebumps
                        Freaky Stories
                        Beavis and ButtHead (with Music videos)
                        King of The Hill
                        Daria
                        Ready or Not
                        Tiny Toon Adventures

                        a re-release of complete series:
                        Are You Afraid of The Dark
                        Tales from The Cryptkeeper

                        Aside from Freaky Stories I have all of these on tape.
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                            I don't think that was a 90s show.
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                              This may sound really lame but I would love to have Grace Under Fire on dvd.
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