History KeepCirculatingTheTapes / Rescued

12th Sep '17 10:09:47 PM jormis29
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*** GOG.com's version of the collection eventually included talkie version of ''Larry 6'' (after initially claiming that they couldn't make it run well enough on modern computers), and at the same time as that, they released ''Larry 7'' as a separate purchase (after a claim from Codemasters that they didn't own the rights to it).

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*** GOG.com's version of the collection eventually included talkie version of ''Larry 6'' (after initially claiming that they couldn't make it run well enough on modern computers), and at the same time as that, they released ''Larry 7'' as a separate purchase (after a claim from Codemasters Creator/{{Codemasters}} that they didn't own the rights to it).
10th Sep '17 1:40:31 PM nombretomado
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* ''BillNyeTheScienceGuy'' is now available on a number of [=DVD=]s, but as they are classroom-licensed releases they cost $25 or $30 for ''one'' thirty-minute episode. Those looking to save money ought to check their public library for these. Thirty or so episodes have also been added to Netflix.

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* ''BillNyeTheScienceGuy'' ''Series/BillNyeTheScienceGuy'' is now available on a number of [=DVD=]s, but as they are classroom-licensed releases they cost $25 or $30 for ''one'' thirty-minute episode. Those looking to save money ought to check their public library for these. Thirty or so episodes have also been added to Netflix.
22nd Aug '17 8:46:51 PM mightystar
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* Four Fujiko Fujio anime series, ''Perman'' (1967 anime), ''Kaibutsu-kun'' (1968 anime), ''Umeboshi Denka'', and ''Jungle Kurobe'', were extremely rare after their initial airing for years due to a lack of reruns and home media releases. However, it wasn't until the 2010s when all four series were released on DVD box sets in Japan, finally making them available again. King Record released ''Kaibutsu-kun'' in October 2010 and ''Perman'' in November 2014, while Toei Video released ''Jungle Kurobe'' in December 2015 and ''Umeboshi Denka'' in January 2016. However, it's worth noting that the ''Perman'' and ''Umeboshi Denka'' DVD box sets aren't exactly complete due to [[MissingEpisode a few episode's video, audio track, or both elements being missing.]]
* For the longest time the only way to watch the 2001 ''Manga/Cyborg009'' series was via bootlegs, torrent and internet uploads and the only complete versions were the original Japanese version, if you wanted to watch the entire series in ''any'' of the languages it was dubbed in that weren't Japanese, you were shit out of luck cuz even then they didn't even have all of the episodes, on top of this, only the first eight episodes of the entire 2001 anime were released on DVD in the US (the UK and Australia were a bit more fortunate and got the entire first half) and it was ScrewedByTheNetwork in the US, other countries that aired the series were fortunate enough to actually '''get''' the entire damn thing. However on 13 August 2017, Creator/DiscotekMedia announced that [[http://www.animenewsnetwork.cc/news/2017-08-13/discotek-licenses-cyborg-009-the-cyborg-soldier-tomorrow-joe-project-arms-niea_7-lupin-iii-the-legend-of-the-gold-of-babylon/.120065 they've rescue licensed the series]] and that they'll be releasing all 52 episodes on DVD and SD Blu-ray marking the first time the entire series has ever been legally available in English

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* Four Fujiko Fujio anime series, ''Perman'' (1967 anime), ''Kaibutsu-kun'' (1968 anime), ''Umeboshi Denka'', and ''Jungle Kurobe'', were extremely rare after their initial airing for years due to a lack of reruns and home media releases. However, it wasn't until the 2010s when all four series were released on DVD box sets in Japan, finally making them available again. King Record released ''Kaibutsu-kun'' in October 2010 and ''Perman'' in November 2014, while Toei Video released ''Jungle Kurobe'' in December 2015 and ''Umeboshi Denka'' in January 2016. However, it's worth noting that the ''Perman'' and ''Umeboshi Denka'' DVD box sets aren't exactly complete due to [[MissingEpisode a few episode's video, video track, audio track, or both elements being missing.]]
* For the longest time the only way to watch the 2001 ''Manga/Cyborg009'' series was via bootlegs, torrent and internet uploads and the only complete versions were the original Japanese version, if you wanted to watch the entire series in ''any'' of the languages it was dubbed in that weren't Japanese, you were shit out of luck cuz even then they didn't even have all of the episodes, on top of this, only the first eight episodes of the entire 2001 anime were released on DVD in the US (the UK and Australia were a bit more fortunate and got the entire first half) and it was ScrewedByTheNetwork in the US, other countries that aired the series were fortunate enough to actually '''get''' the entire damn thing. However on 13 August 2017, Creator/DiscotekMedia announced that [[http://www.animenewsnetwork.cc/news/2017-08-13/discotek-licenses-cyborg-009-the-cyborg-soldier-tomorrow-joe-project-arms-niea_7-lupin-iii-the-legend-of-the-gold-of-babylon/.120065 they've rescue licensed the series]] and that they'll be releasing all 52 episodes on DVD and SD Blu-ray marking the first time the entire series has ever been legally available in EnglishEnglish.
* Two Shin-Ei Animation series, ''Dororonpa!'' and ''Gatapishi'', are available for streaming on Yahoo! [=GyaO=] and Amazon Video Japan. However, episodes 113-115 of ''Dororonpa!'' aren't available on both streaming services for some reason.
14th Aug '17 8:59:05 PM TheShugoTV
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* For the longest time the only way to watch the 2001 ''Manga/Cyborg009'' series was via bootlegs, torrent and internet uploads and the only complete versions were the original Japanese version, if you wanted to watch the entire series in ''any'' of the languages it was dubbed in that weren't Japanese, you were shit out of luck cuz even then they didn't even have all of the episodes, on top of this, only the first eight episodes of the entire 2001 anime were released on DVD in the US (the UK and Australia were a bit more fortunate and got the entire first half) and it was ScrewedByTheNetwork in the US, other countries that aired the series were fortunate enough to actually '''get''' the entire damn thing. However on 13 August 2017, Creator/DiscotekMedia announced that [[http://www.animenewsnetwork.cc/news/2017-08-13/discotek-licenses-cyborg-009-the-cyborg-soldier-tomorrow-joe-project-arms-niea_7-lupin-iii-the-legend-of-the-gold-of-babylon/.120065 they've rescue licensed the series]] and that they'll be realeasing all 52 episodes on DVD and SD Blu-ray marking the first time the entire series has ever been legally available in English

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* For the longest time the only way to watch the 2001 ''Manga/Cyborg009'' series was via bootlegs, torrent and internet uploads and the only complete versions were the original Japanese version, if you wanted to watch the entire series in ''any'' of the languages it was dubbed in that weren't Japanese, you were shit out of luck cuz even then they didn't even have all of the episodes, on top of this, only the first eight episodes of the entire 2001 anime were released on DVD in the US (the UK and Australia were a bit more fortunate and got the entire first half) and it was ScrewedByTheNetwork in the US, other countries that aired the series were fortunate enough to actually '''get''' the entire damn thing. However on 13 August 2017, Creator/DiscotekMedia announced that [[http://www.animenewsnetwork.cc/news/2017-08-13/discotek-licenses-cyborg-009-the-cyborg-soldier-tomorrow-joe-project-arms-niea_7-lupin-iii-the-legend-of-the-gold-of-babylon/.120065 they've rescue licensed the series]] and that they'll be realeasing releasing all 52 episodes on DVD and SD Blu-ray marking the first time the entire series has ever been legally available in English
14th Aug '17 8:57:06 PM TheShugoTV
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* It was announced that the ''Anime/RevolutionaryGirlUtena'' series will be released by The Right Stuf International - through Creator/NozomiEntertainment - across three DVD sets (using the show's remastered Region 2 DVD release as the video base), as well as the movie.

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* It was announced that the ''Anime/RevolutionaryGirlUtena'' series will be released by The Right Stuf International - through their Creator/NozomiEntertainment label - across three DVD sets (using the show's remastered Region 2 DVD release as the video base), as well as the movie.



* For the longest time the only way to watch the 2001 '''Manga/Cyborg009'' series was via bootlegs, torrent and internet uploads and the only complete versions were the original Japanese version, if you wanted to watch the entire series in ''any'' of the languages it was dubbed in that weren't Japanese, you were shit out of luck cuz even then they didn't even have all of the episodes, on top of this, only the first eight episodes of the entire 2001 anime were released on DVD in the US (the UK and Australia were a bit more fortunate and got the entire first half) and it was ScrewedByTheNetwork in the US, other countries that aired the series were fortunate enough to actually '''get''' the entire damn thing. However on 13 August 2017, Creator/DiscotekMedia announced that [[http://www.animenewsnetwork.cc/news/2017-08-13/discotek-licenses-cyborg-009-the-cyborg-soldier-tomorrow-joe-project-arms-niea_7-lupin-iii-the-legend-of-the-gold-of-babylon/.120065 they've rescue licensed the series]] and that they'll be realeasing all 52 episodes on DVD and SD Blu-ray marking the first time the entire series has ever been legally available in English

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* For the longest time the only way to watch the 2001 '''Manga/Cyborg009'' ''Manga/Cyborg009'' series was via bootlegs, torrent and internet uploads and the only complete versions were the original Japanese version, if you wanted to watch the entire series in ''any'' of the languages it was dubbed in that weren't Japanese, you were shit out of luck cuz even then they didn't even have all of the episodes, on top of this, only the first eight episodes of the entire 2001 anime were released on DVD in the US (the UK and Australia were a bit more fortunate and got the entire first half) and it was ScrewedByTheNetwork in the US, other countries that aired the series were fortunate enough to actually '''get''' the entire damn thing. However on 13 August 2017, Creator/DiscotekMedia announced that [[http://www.animenewsnetwork.cc/news/2017-08-13/discotek-licenses-cyborg-009-the-cyborg-soldier-tomorrow-joe-project-arms-niea_7-lupin-iii-the-legend-of-the-gold-of-babylon/.120065 they've rescue licensed the series]] and that they'll be realeasing all 52 episodes on DVD and SD Blu-ray marking the first time the entire series has ever been legally available in English
14th Aug '17 8:54:26 PM TheShugoTV
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* For the longest time the only way to watch the 2001 '''Manga/Cyborg009'' series was via bootlegs, torrent and internet uploads and the only complete versions were the original Japanese version, if you wanted to watch the entire series in ''any'' of the languages it was dubbed in that weren't Japanese, you were shit out of luck cuz even then they didn't even have all of the episodes, on top of this, only the first eight episodes of the entire 2001 anime were released on DVD in the US (the UK and Australia were a bit more fortunate and got the entire first half) and it was ScrewedByTheNetwork in the US, other countries that aired the series were fortunate enough to actually '''get''' the entire damn thing. However on 13 August 2017, Creator/DiscotekMedia announced that [[http://www.animenewsnetwork.cc/news/2017-08-13/discotek-licenses-cyborg-009-the-cyborg-soldier-tomorrow-joe-project-arms-niea_7-lupin-iii-the-legend-of-the-gold-of-babylon/.120065 they've rescue licensed the series]] and that they'll be realeasing all 52 episodes on DVD and SD Blu-ray marking the first time the entire series has ever been legally available in English
17th Jul '17 3:43:09 AM jormis29
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** The GBC version of the original ''Harvest Moon GB'' was released on the 3DS Virtual Console in the summer of 2013, which was followed by Virtual Console releases of the second and third 8-bit Game Boy games. The Game Boy Color version of ''The Legend of the River King'', an obscure fishing-themed game that shares Harvest Moon's developers and publishers, was also re-released on the 3DS VC (on the same day as Harvest Moon GB no less), with its sequel later getting the same treatment.

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** The GBC version of the original ''Harvest Moon GB'' was released on the 3DS Virtual Console in the summer of 2013, which was followed by Virtual Console releases of the second and third 8-bit Game Boy games. The Game Boy Color version of ''The Legend of the River King'', ''VideoGame/LegendOfTheRiverKing'', an obscure fishing-themed game that shares Harvest Moon's developers and publishers, was also re-released on the 3DS VC (on the same day as Harvest Moon GB no less), with its sequel later getting the same treatment.
7th Jul '17 7:15:11 PM JRSL88
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* ''Series/RowanAndMartinsLaughIn'': The series was seen again on Decades after Trio left the airwaves 12 years earlier. Also Timelife released the entire series on DVD where previus releases were only a selected number of episodes.
7th Jul '17 8:57:40 AM dsneybuf
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** The widely panned 1962 remake of ''State Fair'' just barely beat ''Flower Drum Song'' to DVD. It did not receive a release until 2005, when its predecessor turned 60.

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** The widely panned 1962 remake of ''State Fair'' just barely beat ''Flower Drum Song'' to DVD. It did not receive a release until 2005, when its predecessor turned 60. Unfortunately, this went out of print some years later.
6th Jul '17 5:23:52 PM nombretomado
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* ''TheMaryTylerMooreShow'' had Season 1 put on DVD in 2002. Thanks to disappointing sales of that set, it took three years for Season 2 to be released, and it ultimately took eight years to get all seven seasons on DVD.

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* ''TheMaryTylerMooreShow'' ''Series/TheMaryTylerMooreShow'' had Season 1 put on DVD in 2002. Thanks to disappointing sales of that set, it took three years for Season 2 to be released, and it ultimately took eight years to get all seven seasons on DVD.
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