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Old 11-09-2010, 07:33 PM   #1
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im like having a Honeymooners withdraw here i like all of a sudden need to watch the Honeymooners to make me laugh and for nostolgia reasons but dont got the dvd or any vhs thanks to wgn it not on anymore im hoping get it for christmas or soon mom wont get me anything til then and my computer upstairs is down i got watch it on my pc down here so unfair
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Try checking your local library for the Honeymooners on DVD.
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that would work never thought of that i remember a store n my old neighborhood had a gang of them back in the day.on tape before there was no dvds them was the days
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I remember the good ol' days when all the classic TV shows were on VHS tape.
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I remember the good ol' days when all the classic TV shows were on VHS tape.

me to never knew what you was going find when they was on vhs what sucked was getting them stuck in the vcr i stil got my old one and my first ever good times columbia house first season vhs tape lol.and

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Did Columbia House offer a deal where you could buy 10 VHS tapes of your choice for .01 like they do for their music CDs?
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Did Columbia House offer a deal where you could buy 10 VHS tapes of your choice for .01 like they do for their music CDs?

think so itr been years ago but im sure it was i do think i stil owe them money for the good times tape i stil got.i ordored it it was my very first ordor felt good til bil came.

went to libarey saw many many shows on libarey on2nd floor got me Mork n mindy dvd but only had version 3 and 4 disk 3 and 4 not disk one n two
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think so itr been years ago but im sure it was i do think i stil owe them money for the good times tape i stil got.i ordored it it was my very first ordor felt good til bil came.

went to libarey saw many many shows on libarey on2nd floor got me Mork n mindy dvd but only had version 3 and 4 disk 3 and 4 not disk one n two

When I was younger I ordered a lot of CDs from Columbia House and it was fun listening to all the music until the bill came and reality set in.

If your library doesn't have the Honeymooners on DVD you can ask them to check their computer for all the libraries in your state that does have it. Once they find a place that has what your looking for it will be sent to your local library for you to check out. You could even make this type of request over the phone.
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When I was younger I ordered a lot of CDs from Columbia House and it was fun listening to all the music until the bill came and reality set in.

If your library doesn't have the Honeymooners on DVD you can ask them to check their computer for all the libraries in your state that does have it. Once they find a place that has what your looking for it will be sent to your local library for you to check out. You could even make this type of request over the phone.

oh didnt think of that might try that tomorrow their open til 8 30pm what kind store would not carry classic like the honeymooners its unheard of.i blame wgn for taking it off so unfair you know.

il try goodwil store tomorrow so i can buy it instead renting
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If you can't find the Honeymooners DVD at Goodwill then Amazon would be the best place to buy it from.
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When I was younger I ordered a lot of CDs from Columbia House and it was fun listening to all the music until the bill came and reality set in.

If your library doesn't have the Honeymooners on DVD you can ask them to check their computer for all the libraries in your state that does have it. Once they find a place that has what your looking for it will be sent to your local library for you to check out. You could even make this type of request over the phone.

This sounds like a really good idea. I've found things at the library I never thought would be there like a 2nd Season (early) DVD of Saturday Night Live and S#1 of Father Knows Best. I bet someone could put in a reserve for something by the Honeymooner's at the Lib & they would have it. And you get to watch it for free. (As long as you don't return it late!)
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i know my Mork n Mindy to rent only version 3 and 3 and 4 disk.i was going return to the libarey but it was closed for veterans day might return monday.to check it out.somebody got have honeymooners
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This sounds like a really good idea. I've found things at the library I never thought would be there like a 2nd Season (early) DVD of Saturday Night Live and S#1 of Father Knows Best. I bet someone could put in a reserve for something by the Honeymooner's at the Lib & they would have it. And you get to watch it for free. (As long as you don't return it late!)

Before I buy a DVD I always check to see if any libraries in my state have it and most of the time they do. All of this is done online at home. It's a technique I use that saves me a lot of $$$.
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Before I buy a DVD I always check to see if any libraries in my state have it and most of the time they do. All of this is done online at home. It's a technique I use that saves me a lot of $$$.

And not only $ but the clutter of LOTS and LOTS of DVDs!
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When I was younger I ordered a lot of CDs from Columbia House and it was fun listening to all the music until the bill came and reality set in.

If your library doesn't have the Honeymooners on DVD you can ask them to check their computer for all the libraries in your state that does have it. Once they find a place that has what your looking for it will be sent to your local library for you to check out. You could even make this type of request over the phone.
and if your library has a web site, you can also do that online.
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