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John Denver & The Muppets: A Christmas Together DVD

Discussion in 'Classic Muppets' started by ericswinderman, Nov 21, 2006.

  1. ericswinderman

    ericswinderman New Member

  2. superboober

    superboober Member

    Maybe we'll luck out with it one of these days (don't count on the SW special hitting stores, though, given how much Lucas dislikes it--which, given its shoddy production design, I can't blame him for)
  3. David French

    David French Active Member

    Just to clarify...is this an "official" DVD release?
  4. TheJimHensonHour

    TheJimHensonHour Active Member

    I highly doubt that..for one it goes to a tripod page secondly the dvd costs 30.00 disney would not charge that much for it.
  5. Barry Lee

    Barry Lee Active Member

    Its basically illegal to do this...
  6. TheJimHensonHour

    TheJimHensonHour Active Member

    well "if were gonna be technical acording to the bible everything is Illegal"lol
  7. David French

    David French Active Member

    I think you'd better have a re-read of the forum rules as it quite clearly states that advertising Pirated material is not allowed.
  8. kbug67

    kbug67 Member

    I Wouldnt trust anybody who sold a copy for that much
    which is ILLEGAL

    Personally im going to stick with the Muppet Tape traders.
    I Have had no problem with them and that site makes me
    feel something fishy's happening
  9. ericswinderman

    ericswinderman New Member

    hey, i am just putting out there what everybody wants.. i am not making much off of this, just happen to have an amazing copy of this classic and am trying to sahre it with the fans
  10. David French

    David French Active Member

    You might not be "making much off of this" but you are still making money in the first place. The forum rules are quite clear about this sort of thing, as are general copyright laws. If you wish to share with other fans, than I suggest that you do it through the tape trading forum.
  11. ktbear

    ktbear New Member

    OK, so for the record, there is only one available kind of DVD and it happens to be pirated. What I am wondering is what is keeping them from releasing it? They would make a fortune from releasing it (always good for Disney), and they would make fans extatic. I am new here, so the other things I am looking forward to coming out on DVD are:Season 4 and Muppets Tonight. Everything else seems to have come out quite quickly (Fraggles, Dinosaurs, Farscape), but there are some true classics in that 4th season of the Muppet show. Anyone want to fill me in as to why we have such a dely?
  12. BobThePizzaBoy

    BobThePizzaBoy Well-Known Member

    While this offer is tempting, I can't really say I want to buy it. I'd rather wait for a commercial release. Granted, it's not looking to likely (I remember back in 2003 Sony tried to release it with Rocky Mountain Holiday but Henson doesn't own the actual special, John Denver's estate does. Which is why Walt Disney Records didn't release the re-release of the A Christmas Together CD) but I tihnk I'll just stick with the trading circuit.

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