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Discussion in 'Muppet Babies' started by erniebert1234ss, Aug 3, 2004.
That stinks. I am sorry Muppetperson
I was silly (and stupid and impatient) enough to buy that set. Disney should PLEASE release a DVD with EVERY SINGLE EPISODE BEING COMPLETE.
Can't emphasize that enough!
I would love to see a complete set. I just dont think that there is the demand for it.
Right now on TVShowsonDVD.com, Muppet Babies are ranked 40th on unreleased, and 167th overall with 97% wanting a season set, 30% wanting a best of, and 20% wanting individual episodes. Almost 2,000 votes for the show, so I'm sure there's a demand for it.
WOW, I am very surprised to hear that.
i wasnt a huge fan of MB but it might make a nice addition to my collection.
Ok, Tiny Toons(which I love and WILL try to own on DVD) was ranked 45th, and Freakazoid(also love but not as much as Tiny Toons) is ranked in the 50s for unreleased DVDs, but they are getting releases? What's up with that? Unless they wanna wait til ALL of the Muppet Show DVDs are out before they put the Muppet Babies, then Muppets Tonight out there. Don't ask me, I just thought that might be the reason.
It comes down to the same problem with Muppet Babies. Will copyright be a problem? Most episodes were full of movie and TV clips from a wide range of production companies.
Seems a bit mad, as Muppet Babies was brought out on VHS
I've been doing some thinking and researching. I feel that they could at least have Best Ofs or single episodes or something.l Why? because not every episode features copywrited materials interspearced into the show. Especially in the later episodes, movie clips were nothing more than stock footage. maybe an occasional bit, like the Nintendo video game clips in "It's only Pretendo." As Gonzo said in one episode, refering to the fact they couldn't use clips from batman, "Are you nutz? Warner Brothers wanted a million dollars for a three second clip."
And I've said what i've said before...
Jeffery Scott would hit the roof if clips of the Three Stooges wouldn't be used (he's Moe's Grandson, after all), George Lucas has an excellent relationship with Henson and Disney (hense the theme park Star Wars Muppets), so he'd pull for Star Wars and Indiana Jones clips. Only thing that would be a problem is various other clips used from Columbia, in which Henson had a partnership with them in the 80's. Maybe some sitcom clips down the line would be hard to clear, but I feel they could do it.
They problably just don't want to. look how long it took them to release their own Disney Afternoon sets. And most of them are unfinished.
Can anyone sell me the full cast of the muppet babies?
Fozzie, Kermit, Piggy, Scooter, Sceeter, Gonzo, Rowlf and Animal. We would sometimes get cameos from Bean, Bunsen and Beaker. We also saw Janice as a teen (once), Robin as a tadpole (once) and Statler and Waldorf (once)
Statler and Waldorf were in a few of the episodes.I think Robin did make a second appearance in a later episode, but I could be wrong.I think muppetkingmiste might mean sell all the episodes?(Rather than selling all the cast)
Statler and Waldorf were in quite a few later episodes. They were great, and sort of played the wise uncles more than anything.
Robin was in it twice.
Thank you for the correction guys and sorry for the misinformation.
You are excused! you did say you hadnt seen an episode in ages,
and you werent out by much, only on Statler & Waldorf, which I beleive the later episodes they were in have been restricted air play, and you werent out too far on Robin.
Thank you for the pardon Muppetpeson. LOL
Are there any Muppetbabies episodes on DVD and if so where would I buy them?
Yes, and I cannot tell you where to purchase them for legal reasons (i.e. they're bootlegs).
However, I would recommend waiting for Muppet Babies to be officially released onto DVD (which may be awhile yet, Disney is doing way too much way too quickly, and probably we'll see absolutely nothing regarding either Muppets or Muppet Babies on DVD till 2009).
yes i am going to wait for the realease of disney puting them out i have seen the bootleged ones on certine websites and i really thought oh my goodness , those must be awful and i have seen some revews about them to that they where just cheap riped from tv .
I can't wait for the disney to put them out maybe we will see a blu-ray release that would be so wonderful and beutiful for the great muppet babies . i mean ever thing is going to be going to blu-ray over the next seveal years anyway
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