PBS (ended 1998)
The only episodes to make it to tape thus far are:
A Tail in Twain 1 & 2
The Prince and the Pooch
The Slobbery Hound
Bone of Arc
Creepy Collars: Legend of Sleepy Hollow (very hard to find)
and to DVD are:
Hot Diggety Dawg
Paw Prints of Thieves
Hunchdog of Notre Dame
and The Impawssible Dream
I know what you mean though, there are a lot of episodes I'd like to see again too, like Pantin' at the Opera, Bark to the Future, Digging up the Past, Fleabitten Bargain, Mixed Breeds, A Dogged Expose, and Moonbone.
Here's the way I see it, there are 50 Wishbone episodes...and only 4 have made it to DVD...allright? So why don't they put out the series on DVD with like 10 episodes a set? That would bring in plenty of money that I know for sure. But I think in order for that to happen, the series needs to get more attention. I say for the time being, we've got the VHS tapes, and we've got all the Wishbone books, stories taken from the show, classics, super adventures, mystery adventures. I say we need to work now on getting this generation interested in Wishbone, and those of us who can, buy up the available episodes, donate them to the video stores and libraries, so they can get more attention. If we keep at that, we could get enough peoeple interested that it would get enough attention that something would have to be done.
|Your guess would be as good as mine...in the DVD cover there was a slip that mentioned a hitentertainment.com, but I checked it out and they don't mention Wishbone there anywhere.|
|Do they have a website?? Wishbonefan17 ???|
|ok Thanks wishbone fan 17 I'll look into that.... and on the Vsh's the old ones in 1997 I don't know if it this means anything any more but It says Its Distributed by lrick stuios but they might not have the rites and/or might not be around anymore. Oh and I found two DVD at the store I'm so happy!!|
My siblings and I all watched Wishbone as kids and still have a soft spot for the "little dog with a big imagination" and all his literary adventures. He's the reason I originally became interested in Shakespeare as well as many of the other classic authors.
I too have been waiting years for the show to be released on season boxset but to no avail. Since HitEntertainment owns the rights to the show right now and if they are able to get enough interest for the show, there will be a higher chance of it getting released.
For anyone who would like to see DVDs for all the episodes, please consider sending an email to:
and letting them know how much you enjoy the show and would love to see it made easily available for everybody.