Monday, March 29, 2010

I Wish These Shows and Movies Were on DVD

There are quite a few great things that should be on DVD but aren’t. Most of them are from my childhood that I want my son to be able to watch and now that I don’t have a VCR after my DVR-VHS combo broke I am constantly looking for these shows and movies on DVD. Here is my list. Let me know if there is something you would like to see on DVD. Maybe someone will see my list and do something. A girl can dream can’t she? The list is no particular order.

1. Merry Mirthworm’s Christmas

2. The Torkelsons

3. Lamb chop’s Play Along

4. Zoobilee Zoo

5. Salute Your Shorts

6. Hey Dude

7. The Jetsons meet The Flintstones

8. Daffy Duck Fantastic Island

9. Hey Vern It’s Ernest

10. Today’s Special

11. Cold Case

12. Pinwheel

13. Seasons of Judge Judy

14. The Frog Prince – The Muppets version

15. As Told By Ginger

16. The Adventures of The Little Koala

17. You Can't Do That on Television

18. Ghostwriter (tv series)

19. Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego?

Please put all of these on DVD. I want to be able to share some of these with my son. Some of them are things I loved growing up and love today.


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  2. I remember zoobiloo zoo!

    Since my kid is older I agree with Salute your shorts and you can't do that on television
    Those would be fun to watch again.

  3. I actually have one Lamp Chop on DVD it is a couple of episodes not a season 1 or anything. I loved Hey Dude and Ghostwriter. I always thought it was weird how the girl on Hey Dude had the same name as my dad (Brad) LOL but I loved the show. I also liked You can't Do that on Television and Carmen Sandiego. I would add Punky Brewster to the list but it is on DVD and I have all 4 seasons. Great post :)

  4. Oh wow, you got some oldies but goodies on that list. Here's a couple that I would add to that list:

    The Muppet Show (every season)
    The Wild Thorneberry cartoon(every episode)
    The Rugrats (we all love this cartoon)
    Gullah Gullah Island

    LOL they are all kiddies shows but that is how I roll. I have had kids for so long, that is what I like to watch.