Product review on DVD : Thundercats

Discussion in 'DVD Video' started by dvdmovie12@gmail.com, Sep 1, 2007.

  1. Guest

    Thundercats was premiered on the 23rd of January 1985 and lasted on
    the 5th of December 1986. The series was created by Ted Wolf and it
    has two (2) seasons with 130 episodes. It follows the exploits of the
    people residing at Thundera known as the Thundercats.

    All Collection of DVDs in a box set are all 100% in chronological
    order from the pilot to the finale. For more products list you may
    visit @ http://www.dvdavenue.tv/movie/drama/Spenser:_For_Hire.html
     
    , Sep 1, 2007
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  2. Jordan Guest

    On Sep 1, 1:22 am, wrote:
    > Thundercats was premiered on the 23rd of January 1985 and lasted on
    > the 5th of December 1986. The series was created by Ted Wolf and it
    > has two (2) seasons with 130 episodes. It follows the exploits of the
    > people residing at Thundera known as the Thundercats.
    >
    > All Collection of DVDs in a box set are all 100% in chronological
    > order from the pilot to the finale. For more products list you may
    > visit


    Snipped link... It takes talent to spam for bootlegs then include a
    link to "Spenser For Hire" instead of Thundercats...

    - Jordan

    ps - Anyone who is going to bootleg Thundercats is going to do it for
    free, they aren't going to pay Russian pirates $70
    http://www.torrentz.com/0f38ba9f3d4dc9be9719d919995935800986ea97
     
    Jordan, Sep 1, 2007
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  3. Impmon Guest

    On Sat, 01 Sep 2007 08:22:30 -0000, wrote:

    >All Collection of DVDs in a box set are all 100% in chronological
    >order from the pilot to the finale. For more products list you may
    >visit @ http://www.dvdavenue.tv/movie/drama/Spammer_For_Hire.html


    #1: wrong link

    #2: they may claim to be in correct chrono order but the trials are
    not. They aired back to back on the TV yet later and when aired on
    Cartoon Networks, they were aired a week apart with regular episodes
    in between.
    --
    disgust me. spams a lot in game
    so I am posting as often as possible so
    would start getting spammed eye for an eye. for good
    luck, and
     
    Impmon, Sep 1, 2007
    #3
  4. Impmon wrote:

    > On Sat, 01 Sep 2007 08:22:30 -0000, wrote:
    >
    >
    >>All Collection of DVDs in a box set are all 100% in chronological
    >>order from the pilot to the finale. For more products list you may
    >>visit @ http://www.dvdavenue.tv/movie/drama/Spammer_For_Hire.html

    >
    >
    > #1: wrong link
    >
    > #2: they may claim to be in correct chrono order but the trials are
    > not. They aired back to back on the TV yet later and when aired on
    > Cartoon Networks, they were aired a week apart with regular episodes
    > in between.


    In fact, they're still out of order (ie. in broadcast order) on the
    LEGIT COMMERCIAL BOXSET VERSION THAT'S BEEN AVAILABLE FOR TWO YEARS NOW!!

    Derek Janssen
     
    Derek Janssen, Sep 1, 2007
    #4
  5. Impmon Guest

    On Sat, 01 Sep 2007 14:49:27 -0400, Derek Janssen
    <> wrote:

    >> #2: they may claim to be in correct chrono order but the trials are
    >> not. They aired back to back on the TV yet later and when aired on
    >> Cartoon Networks, they were aired a week apart with regular episodes
    >> in between.

    >
    >In fact, they're still out of order (ie. in broadcast order) on the
    >LEGIT COMMERCIAL BOXSET VERSION THAT'S BEEN AVAILABLE FOR TWO YEARS NOW!!


    Yeah I got those and I'm not happy. I think they were put in order by
    production # not by actual original airing order.

    I'm tempted to rip the DVDs and remaster a set of my own with all the
    trials in the correct order with no filler in between. Then lock the
    original somewhere out of sight.
    --
    disgust me. spams a lot in game
    so I am posting as often as possible so
    would start getting spammed eye for an eye. for good
    luck, and
     
    Impmon, Sep 1, 2007
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