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Old 12-08-2014, 02:32 PM   #1
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Are All of the original music from the original artist in intact. And what about all of the bands performances, are they intact on there too which was cut in syndication

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Are All of the original music from the original artist in intact. And what about all of the bands performances, are they intact on there too which was cut in syndication

I haven;t watched all of the episodes yet, but it seems closer to the better season 3/4 releases than season 5 for the episodes I have watched. Cast performances are there and rights have been secured for several jukebox songs. As you know from other shows there's some music that simply can't be cleared, but an effort was made here more than season 5. For example at the beginning of "Cassonova Cunningham" they play a real song (don't know the name) and "The Great Pretender" is also heard on the jukebox.
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Cool I guess its possible that they cleared some portion I wonder if the band is singing on every episode despite of what was cut in syndication it looks like they made up fof it im surprised Tood didn't post the reviews up yet I guess he is working on it
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Is it possible that whomever has season 6 can make a list of what songs are being played including what the band did
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Watched a few episodes from Season 6 -

So far from what I can see, most of what Potsie (and the band) sang/played is intact (ex. the songs in the episode "Sweet Sixteen" are intact - "Happ Birthday Sweet Sixteen and Put Your Head On My Shoulder")

The songs that Leather sang ("Moonlight Love" and "Do The Fonzie") are there. "Pump Your Blood" is on there from "Potsie Quits School"

But...what's played on the Jukebox, radio and on the Dance Show are NOT there.

I also noticed that when they play incidental music (like in Season 5) that are instrumentals of "I'm Walkin'" and "Yackity Yak" are not there as well.

Example -In The Season 6 episode "The Kissing Bandit" - the Dragnet Theme is NOT played when the police are booking Richie.

I'm still hoping there will be an officially review on this site so you can see where the music replacements are.
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Sounds like this set is all over the place, a different mix from any of the other sets. Will be interesting to see the official breakdown
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Sounds like this set is all over the place, a different mix from any of the other sets. Will be interesting to see the official breakdown
I looking forward to seeing the breakdown of all of the episodes season 1,3,4 where the best CBS/Paramount does it again but I will leave that alone. I am praying and hoping that they will team up in the future with shout factor to released the complete series with everything intact
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I looking forward to seeing the breakdown of all of the episodes season 1,3,4 where the best CBS/Paramount does it again but I will leave that alone. I am praying and hoping that they will team up in the future with shout factor to released the complete series with everything intact
Is there some original music included on season 6
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Is there some original music included on season 6

Definitely. So far I've heard "The Great Pretender" and "Blueberry Hill" as well as an instrumental version of "Poison Ivy". Will have to see if there's more as I watch more episodes.
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I hope all of the orginal music is intact including all of the songs that the band had performed I hope Tood will post the review Al is 95 years of age but im happy that the 6 season has the original music which is better then what season 5 had wherefore im happy I didnt get it
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I think the 2 songs Potsie sings in "Westward Ho!" are there.

So is the band singing "Monster Mash", "Ain't She Sweet" (w/ Al on ukulele)
Leather singing "Moonlight Love", "Do The Fonzie", "Put Your Head On My Shoulder", "Happy Birthday Sweet Sixteen") -- I would assume that all the songs that Potsie (and Leather) sing is included in the set.

I noticed the "Dragnet Theme" was missing from "The Kissing Bandit" and "Chachi's Incredo-Wax" episodes.

I haven't watched all the episodes yet - been kinda jumping around here and there.

As FonzForever pointed out in another post, I also heard "The Great Pretender" and "Poison Ivy" in the episodes.
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Is the band singing in every episode especially on this dvd more towards the end which is cut in syndication
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