Future DVD

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    Catwoman87531

    [1]Jun 12, 2006
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    As reported on Tvshowsondvd.com. Warner Brothers is evaluating a possible release of this show to DVD.

    At the above mentioned website, you can vote for the shows that you would like to see on DVD and some of the companies keep an eye on the shows with the most votes. It is free & easy to register and your vote could help get this show released.

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    sesho2022

    [2]Jun 13, 2006
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    Catwoman87531 wrote:

    As reported on Tvshowsondvd.com. Warner Brothers is evaluating a possible release of this show to DVD.

    At the above mentioned website, you can vote for the shows that you would like to see on DVD and some of the companies keep an eye on the shows with the most votes. It is free & easy to register and your vote could help get this show released.


    That would be great if we could get this show released on DVD!
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    cherronedavis

    [3]Jun 20, 2006
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    I will have to do that.  I really loved this show, and if the damn fact of life can be on dvd, so should this one!!
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    angelandspike

    [4]Jun 20, 2006
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    Thanks. I would love for this show to be released on DVD.
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    123home123

    [5]Jun 22, 2006
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    I already mentioned this on angel's blog, but for everyone else's benefit, you can watch episodes of the show on AOL's In2TV service. It's free and legal, and you don't have to be an AOL subscriber or member.

    They have 10 episodes from Season 1 available now with plans to rotate different episodes into the line-up over time.

    The site is http://television.aol.com/in2tv/scarecrow_mrs_king_tv.

    EDIT-The In2TV service works much better with Internet Explorer than with Firefox so you'll have to switch at least temporarily to IE if you're a Firefox user (like me). Broadband Internet access is highly recommended. They have a preference setting for users with dial-up service but I can't imagine the experience will be that enjoyable with dial-up. You can always try it out anyway since it's free.
    Edited on 06/23/2006 8:48pm
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    angelandspike

    [6]Jun 22, 2006
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    Thanks so much for posting that here, Home.
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    RoxieVelma

    [7]Jun 23, 2006
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    Too bad I can't see it.
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    angelandspike

    [8]Jul 4, 2006
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    RoxieVelma wrote:
    Too bad I can't see it.


    Why can't you see it?
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    sesho2022

    [9]Jul 8, 2006
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    angelandspike wrote:
    RoxieVelma wrote:
    Too bad I can't see it.


    Why can't you see it?

    Roxie has dial-up. I'll bet it's too slow for good video.
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    angelandspike

    [10]Aug 3, 2006
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    That's true. I forgot about that. I'm sure an episode is way too large of a file for a dialup connection.
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    luminescequeen

    [11]Jun 29, 2007
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    Thank you so Much! I got depressed the other day because I went to watch one of my favorite episodes on VHS the other day, and the sound didn't work. Now I can try to catch them all here! I still want the DVDs to come out, but this will hold me until then!
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    MissyRedford

    [12]Nov 26, 2012
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    Scarecrow and Mrs. King is a great TV series, with a straightforward story. It has very pleasing performance of the actors and amazing script writing. This is one of the best TV series of all time. It became an instant favorite of mine and hurriedly started looking for some info about when it was to be release onto DVD. I checked online DVD shops because I’m also afraid to get scammed! Fortunately, the package I received from http://www.fmpet.com/Scarecrow+And+Mrs+King+Dvd+Series.html came in good condition. It also has good quality. I’m really thankful to have all the complete episodes of this series. I’m definitely gonna watch this show over and over again!
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