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Old April 26th, 2006, 07:47 AM   #31
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Air Wolf.
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Old April 26th, 2006, 06:40 PM   #32
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If you are referring to the original run of Air Wolf with Jan Micheal Vincent, I agree. The version with Barry Van Dyke was crap.
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Old May 16th, 2006, 09:08 PM   #33
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Star Trek (TOS)
Star Trek: Enterprise (I wanted to see the founding of the Federation)
Battlestar Galactica
Babylon 5
Space: Above & Beyond
Greatest American Hero
Amazing Spider-Man ( I agree with captmiloman. Though the effects were goofy/cheesy, I like it, and would like to see it on DVD. Plus, I would like to see them do a remake of the series, possibly in the Ultimate Spider-Man style)
V the series
The Invisible Man
7 Days
Mutant X
VR.5
Wonder Woman
The Flash
The Incredible Hulk
M.A.N.T.I.S.
Jake 2.0
The Misfits of Science
The Six Million Dollar Man
The Bionic Woman
Airwolf
Street Hawk
Viper
Knight Rider
Team Knight Rider
Voyagers (Who remembers this little time travelling series with Jon-Erik Hexum as Phineas Boggs?)
Sliders
SeaQuest DSV/SeaQuest 2032
Earth 2
The Sentinel
Blue Thunder

Those are just a few. J/K. LOL. As soon as I think of some more, I'll add them.
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Old May 17th, 2006, 05:13 PM   #34
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Zak Adama: I remember Voyagers! It was a fun show. It was kind of a cross between Dr. Who and The Time Tunnel. It was so sad when Jon-Erik Hexum died so tragically. I hope they release this show on DVD someday.
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Old May 17th, 2006, 05:41 PM   #35
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Not a sci-fi/fantasy series, but "Moonlighting" still had life left in it, IMO. The writing on that show was the best of the best.
No way. "Moonlighting" had already died two years earlier and was begging for a mercy killing by the time its run ended. I refuse to acknowledge the existence of the last two years of its run.
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Zak Adama: I remember Voyagers! It was a fun show. It was kind of a cross between Dr. Who and The Time Tunnel. It was so sad when Jon-Erik Hexum died so tragically. I hope they release this show on DVD someday.
Bijou - "Voyagers" is out on DVD.

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"Voyagers" wasn't out on DVD last time I looked.
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"Voyagers" wasn't out on DVD last time I looked.
You just haven't looked in the right places.

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Old May 18th, 2006, 07:53 AM   #39
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Sorry Dawg but bootleg versions of DVDs recorded off TV don't count with me! Even though I resort to them for shows that I don't think will ever get the rest of their runs put out (Dragnet, Adam-12) or shows that are endlessly delayed (Batman), the show isn't officially on DVD until the studio puts it out in my book.
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Sorry Dawg but bootleg versions of DVDs recorded off TV don't count with me! Even though I resort to them for shows that I don't think will ever get the rest of their runs put out (Dragnet, Adam-12) or shows that are endlessly delayed (Batman), the show isn't officially on DVD until the studio puts it out in my book.
My sentiments exactly. I want the official DVD's of the series, not something that is a bootlegged version. So, I will wait.
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Old May 18th, 2006, 11:50 PM   #41
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Even though boots are always lacking in some way, they are worth resorting to as a stopgap to just have until an official version comes out. If the show has aired in an uncut format somewhere and the boots present them that way, then I think they're worth doing. I lucked out with the entire run of "Batman" off a Canadian channel that played the episodes uncut and the person who put together the boot did a great job overall.

"Voyagers" though I think would only have aired on Sci-Fi and as we BSG fans all remember well before we got our DVDs, Sci-Fi's procedure is to hack out a lot!
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Old June 7th, 2006, 10:58 PM   #42
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First off, I'd say that TNG was cancelled too soon, even though it had 7 years, it should have had at least a few more. It was taken off the air in its prime of ratings/viewership, to make room for the newer shows, which I never did like as well as TNG, and which never reached the same ratings.

I'd also say Firefly, my all-time favorite sci-fi show, and Dead Like Me, if you consider that a fantasy show.
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Definately BG and Space Above and Beyond.
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