DVD Review: Tarzan Season 1 From The Warner Archive

Review of the 1966 Tarzan TV show DVD

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DVD Review: Pac-Man: The Complete First Season

KSiteTV’s Craig Byrne reviews a new release from the Warner Archive collection…

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DVD Review: <em>The Jetsons Season 2, Part 2</em>

KSiteTV’s Craig Byrne reviews the DVD Jetsons Season 2, Volume 2

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A little history here about Rockin’ With Judy Jetson, a new DVD-created-on-demand from the Warner Archive… Apparently in 1987 and 1988, a series of TV movies were created for syndicated TV featuring some of Hanna-Barbera’s strongest franchises. There, we got new movie-length installments of Yogi Bear, Scooby Doo, and... Read more
The Warner Archive, determined to make sure every animation collector has a library of good stuff, last week issued Herculoids: The Complete Series, a collection of the 1967-1969 series about a family of warriors on a technology-free primitive planet and the creatures they interact with. There’s a dragon, there’s... Read more
The Warner Archive manufacture-on-demand program is continuing its run of 1980s cartoon releases by putting the 1987 animated movie special The Jetsons Meet The Flintstones onto DVD. It’s interesting to note the time in which this was made, as far as animation history goes. The Flintstones Comedy Hour and... Read more
The Warner Archive manufacture-on-demand program has continued putting out classic and often rare old cartoon series to DVD. This is an opportunity to see things that have largely been unseen in decades but at the same time, these are animated series that were well-loved by a generation. Recently, the... Read more

KSiteTV’s Craig Byrne reviews the DVD release of the Dukes of Hazzard cartoon series from the Warner Archive.

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The Warner Archive strikes again with another exclusive manufacture-on-demand DVD set which makes a perfect gift for the classic TV fan in your family, including episodes of Eight is Enough, CHiPs, Perfect Strangers, and more.

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The Warner Archive has continued its commitment to releasing rare movies and TV in their Manufacture-On-Demand program by releasing what might be two of the worst hours in television history – the DC Comics-inspired Legends of the Super Heroes.

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