Thread: What Non-Bootleg Retro DVDs do You Own?

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    • 14 years 3 months ago
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    Fraggle Rock Seasons 1 and 2!

    Somewhere in Time (1980) - movie

    I want to buy more retro DVDS in the future, especially the Legend of Zelda series and more Fraggle Rock as more seasons come out! Also, I want to buy Shari Lewis' Lamb Chops on DVD someday!
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    • 13 years 1 month ago
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    Every box set in my collection is legit.
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    i want to order the original transformers... just watching the new bastardized series on cartoon network makes my sides turn
    • 13 years 1 month ago
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    I've got alot of them off the top of my head, I've got the complete runs of Transformers, Thundercats, Masters of the Universe, Legend of Zelda, Captain N:The Game Master and Voltron. I have Night of the Comet on DVD and Knight Rider Season 1. I have the entire run of The Greatest American Hero and there are just too many to list. I'm going to have to check my collection and make a list because like I said I've got a lot of them.
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    • 13 years 1 month ago
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    Getting Cities of Gold on Sunday cant wait
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    • 13 years 1 month ago
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    Let's see...

    Cartoons/TV Specials:

    The Adventures of Teddy Ruxpin Episodes 1-20
    Peanuts Holiday Collection
    Garfield Holiday Celebrations
    Garfield Travel Adventures
    Looney Tunes Golden Collection (I'm assuming this counts)
    Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer
    Disney's Classic Cartoon Favorites Starring Goofy

    I don't know if we're counting movies/feature-length animation or not, but here's my list of those anyway:

    Disney's Sleeping Beauty
    Disney's The Little Mermaid
    Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (1990 live action)
    Rainbow Brite and the Star Stealer
    Jim Henson's The Dark Crystal
    The Land Before Time
    Transformers: The Movie 20th Anniversary Edition
    The Muppet Movie
    The Great Muppet Caper
    Back to the Future boxset
    Short Circuit
    Home Alone
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    • 13 years 1 month ago
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    godzilla cartoon
    twighlight zone
    ren and stimpy
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    • 13 years 1 month ago
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    Quote by Nashida
    Quote by ducktalesfan1977
    Quote by Mr.

    Question: What Year Is Considerd the End Of Retroness?

    I think retroness technically stop in the 90s, but I'm sure everyone will disagree with me.

    I'd probably say mid-nineties sounds about right.

    Let's see...I own no bootlegs, but I have a very, very small number of retro stuff.

    The Breakfast Club
    Dazed and Confused
    Fraggle Rock: Doing what Doozers Do
    The Last Unicorn
    Flint: The Time Detective 1,2,3,4 (since that's all they came out with, shame really. I'd pay top dollar for the rest of the series on DVD)
    Monty Python and the Holy Grail
    Monty Python's Flying Circus

    And that's about it, because I lack monies to go buy more.

    You're right about when retroness stopped. I won't be nostalgic for 1996-2000 until about's gonna be kind of odd when a new generation begins to talk about the 2000's in like 2020.
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    • 13 years 30 days ago
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    dvd (before 1996)

    castle in the sky
    wayne's world
    robocop trilogy
    rambo trilogy (out of print artisan edition)
    back to the future trilogy
    black rain
    the mask of zorro
    the quick and the dead (1995)
    ziggy stardust and spiders from mars 30'th anniversary dvd edition
    shadow skill
    the lost boys
    X (anime)
    michael jackson in bucharest from 1992
    true lies
    3 different dvd versions of terminator 2
    license to kill
    robocop 2 (seperate dvd)
    the chinese connection
    death race 2000
    lupin: castle of cagliostro
    flight of the navigator
    predator special edition
    patlabor 2 (movie)
    die hard
    patlabor 1 (movie)
    teenage mutant ninja turtles
    batman returns
    childs play 3
    2 different dvd versions of the terminator
    the princess bride
    apollo 13
    happy gilmore
    perfect blue
    edward scissorhands
    aliens special edition
    the neverending story
    the man without a face
    the road warrior
    nausica of the valley of the wind
    jurassic park
    dark city
    army of darkness
    ninja scroll
    battle angel
    my neighbor totoro
    the original vampire hunter D anime movie
    astro boy complete 1980 series
    tenchi muyo special edition of the entire series.
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    • 13 years 30 days ago
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    I really have to many to mention, so below is a link to my dvd collection:
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    • 13 years 30 days ago
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    Retro DVDs i own (before mid 90's)-
    Sleepaway Camp Trilogy
    Childs Play Trilogy
    Friday the 13th Collection
    A Nightmare on elm st Collection
    Phantasm 1,2,3 (also have 4 but thats not too retro)
    Halloween 1-5
    April Fools day
    Texas Chainsaw Massacre
    Waynes World 1,2
    Bill & Teds Excellent Adventure
    The Lost Boys
    Howard the Duck (just bought this one .
    thats off the top of my head, i have many more.
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    • 13 years 29 days ago
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    I have "Saved By The Bell-Classic Collection" on DVD.
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