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Discussion in 'Fraggle Rock' started by Phillip, Jun 9, 2007.
OOH! That's AWESOME! Thanks Traveling Matt, for the info!
Do you think that the season 4 set will have preview footage of the movie?
Maybe, or at least it might outline the plans they have if any.
Awesome that it's coming with the original pitch book!
i dont suppose those would be on region 2 discs would they (pleez pleez(fingers crossed) say they are)
Hi Savage Monkey,
NO, sorry! So far Fraggle Rock has been released as Season sets in USA/Canada, Australia and even Spain, for some reason they will no let us have the UK versions, I know 'the Captain' changed 3 times through the full season run but it worked on TV so why cant we have our own UK sets, maybe their holding out for a 'Golden Mega Box set' of all 96 episodes in a great box set in the UK, then again...............probably not!
PlayUSA.com only have the region 1 versions, but its a great price.
thats a bummer! I wouldnt mind a "golden mega box set" that would be cool!
unfortunately i cant use region 1 dvds otherwise i would.
Why cant they make dvds in 1 region that everyone can use?
I can't wait to get this and the TMS boxset! D.
kinda excited that this will have 24 episodes. I love Sprocket's Big Adventure. can't wait for season 3
"Sprocket's Big Adventure" will appear on the final set, not this one. "Sidebottom Blues" and "Whoopie Water" were both taped in March '85, at the end of the Season 3 production schedule, but aired in the fourth broadcast season. All the episodes in the fourth (final) production season (which started taping in October '85) had the title of each episode appear at the beginning after the theme sequence, but "Sidebottom Blues" and "Whoopie Water" do NOT have the title at the beginning, which is a dead giveaway that they were made for Season 3. I've noted this on Greg's blog.
i saw your comment on that post but didn't understand it completely...cuz all you said was they were when they were taped but didn't say that it was going to be included on the set. got it now. oh well, i can deal with whoopie water as well. lol
Well anyway. Whenever they were made and produced I'll just be happy to be able to get more Fraggle epis, and the music CDS sound awsome!
Some information has been very kindly passed on regarding the bonus materials for the third season. New interviewees include Tim Miller (workshop supervisor), Michael K. Frith (series designer) and Kathy Mullen (Mokey Fraggle and Cotterpin Doozer).
Awesome! Thank You! Good to see mokey back in the game! ALSO! Is there any info on what the other stuff even is? I know we have a list but I don't know what it all is? Like under Construction. Is that making the show, or making the movie?
Well if Tim Miller is interviewed, it's probably him discussing the creation of the puppets for the show. That's my guess, at least.
It's just great that HIT is seeking out new people to interview!
Official press release: http://www.tvshowsondvd.com/newsitem.cfm?NewsID=7913
"Following the fan-driven campaign that helped bring the iconic 80's television series to DVD in 2005, Fraggle Rock remarkably continues to expand on its devout fan base anchored by the successful DVD releases of the first and second seasons."
And wow, 50 Michael Frith sketches!
It just gets better and better each day as the release date gets closer and closer. i can't wait to see the review here on MuppetCentral.
The Fraggle Rock Season 3 discussion has now moved here. Read our review and find out all the details on this anticipated DVD box set.
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