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Old 05-20-2014, 10:38 PM   #16
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Got mine today in the mail and I have to say the picture quality of the episodes is awesome. It looks even better than some newer DVD releases.
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Old 05-20-2014, 10:49 PM   #17
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Im not going to changed my opinion for you or nobody else you got it they messed up on the dvd and its all too it
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Old 05-20-2014, 11:26 PM   #18
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Im not going to changed my opinion for you or nobody else you got it they messed up on the dvd and its all too it
We're not asking you to change your opinion, but we sure aren't changing ours either. Personally, I'm going to avoid this forum until this heat dies down and enjoy my dvd's.
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Old 05-21-2014, 09:26 PM   #19
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Ron Ron and Maxwell, I'm with you, we can share our thrill and joy of season 5 together, my copy should arrive tomorrow.

And no Studd911, we are NOT trying to change your mind, we respect your right to hate on it, that's your choice. So now respect OUR right to ENJOY it and quit posting your hate please
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Old 05-22-2014, 12:31 AM   #20
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mine comes tomorrow to so excited can not wait to watch it
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Old 05-23-2014, 07:25 PM   #21
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oh my GOSH, these episodes look fantastic. I am enjoying them all over again like it was the very first time. I didn't know how many of my favorite episodes were from season 5.

I'm VERY pleased with this collection. Still sad that we don't have all the original music, but still happy with what i got.
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Old 05-23-2014, 10:42 PM   #22
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Just watched the opening three parter. Again I thought the edits were well done. The music sounds like it's of the period. Also the possible replacement instrumental heard on the jukebox isn't a new composition, I remember it as far back as the TV Land airings and always liked it.
So no change on my end, I still say buy it, worth it for the video quality alone.
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Old 05-23-2014, 11:10 PM   #23
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http://www.amazon.com/Happy-Days-Sea...RankDescending
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Old 05-24-2014, 12:50 AM   #24
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Ron Ron and Maxwell, I'm with you, we can share our thrill and joy of season 5 together, my copy should arrive tomorrow.

And no Studd911, we are NOT trying to change your mind, we respect your right to hate on it, that's your choice. So now respect OUR right to ENJOY it and quit posting your hate please

I agree, everyone should be left to make their own choices. People should be encouraged to support this great series on DVD so we can get more seasons released because the alternative just isn't very good. I'm onto season 10 on my downloaded files and starting from "Since I don't have You" and the proceeding three episodes they're completely unwatchable and everything is terribly out of sync. The first scene that is unwatchable is the one where Lorraine is about to break Rogers heart again so a very important scene and it becomes worse for the next 3 episodes. Not to mention most episodes from season 6-10 have been grainy and 3-5 minutes are cut from most episodes. That is the alternative to clean dvd picture quality and uncut episodes. When you look at it that way, are music cuts really that important?
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Old 05-26-2014, 12:53 AM   #25
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Are they THAT important? Apparently to SOME people they must be, but to me...I never did watch the show for the music anyway...I watched for the characters, the stories and the laughs.

So far, season 5 is shaping up to be my FAVORITE season.
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Old 05-26-2014, 02:35 AM   #26
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I hate it when they substitute music with unknown music. I realize their are (c) issues and they want to protect themselves but why not just get the the (c) approval first? It REALLY takes away from the show when it's edited like this. I HATE THIS. IF I would have know they were going to do stuff like this (head shaking) Man I wish I would have used my VCR more back during the original air dates. REALLY Disappointing I must say.

Here's what I'm talking about:
"Hard Cover" - "Blueberry Hill" by Fats Domino is replaced by an unknown song on the radio. "It's Late" by Ricky Nelson is replaced by an unknown song on the radio.

REALLY?
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Hey i have a question, was Happy Days really influence from George Lucas American Graffiti which was actually the birth of the show developing, and i wonder why Garry Marshal and the rest of the writers and producers never took Lucas as one of the writers if he would have been aboard how awesome would Happy Days would of been i read somewhere that when the unsold pilot was almost not shown that Lucas had took a look at the show where he had the idea of making a movie out of it i just wanted to no all of your points of views
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Hey i have a question, was Happy Days really influence from George Lucas American Graffiti which was actually the birth of the show developing, and i wonder why Garry Marshal and the rest of the writers and producers never took Lucas as one of the writers if he would have been aboard how awesome would Happy Days would of been i read somewhere that when the unsold pilot was almost not shown that Lucas had took a look at the show where he had the idea of making a movie out of it i just wanted to no all of your points of views

Happy Days was spun off a segment of the February 25, 1972 broadcast of "Love, American Style" called "Love and the Happy Days". Harold Gould played the role of Howard Cunningham, and Susan Neher played Joanie. Marion Ross and Ron Howard played the same roles as on the later series.

"American Graffiti" didn't hit theaters until January of 1973.
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By any chance do you remember the name of this episode? Hopefully they'll fix this problem when it's released on Blu-ray.

It's "The Darlings are Coming" from Season 3.
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Does Anybody remember the band on happy days performing both of the buddy holly songs Buddy Holly - Rock Around With Ollie vee
Rip it up - BUDDY HOLLY. i think i remember Potsie singing those songs which in syndication could of been cut
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