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Old 04-25-2015, 10:47 PM   #61
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This set is another example of greatness from Shout! Factory!

THANKS SHOUT! FACTORY!! YOU GUYS ROCK!!

I absolutely love the case and disc art. And I love the use of the character animation on the episode guide booklet.
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Great pics! Love the all the color schemes…as for the show I was never a fan of the show …..Fran's voice grated my nerves….LOL
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Great pics! Love the all the color schemes…as for the show I was never a fan of the show …..Fran's voice grated my nerves….LOL
That's generally why I wasn't the Nanny fan either. Just the same, this is another very well made release from Shout! (package art, case art, disc art, the whole shebang), and the pictures truly bear witness to that.
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The later seasons seem to be intact, so in a way, it's too bad Sony released S3 way back when, because if they hadn't, we would have stood a better chance of getting S3 without the few music changes made.
For Shout! Factory to be a smaller company, they seem to do better at getting music rights than bigger companies like Time-Life.

I hope this isn't the last great series set we get from Shout!...they do such great work on their products. You can tell they actually care about the shows they release and that they're fans just like us!
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Though not as excited about this as MAUDE, I will be getting it--I just didn't pre-order. I think I will get it at the video store at the mall only because my MAUDE set arrived with a crack in one of the plastic cases [I swapped it out with one of the cases from my FACTS set] and I was NOT pleased.
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Though not as excited about this as MAUDE, I will be getting it--I just didn't pre-order. I think I will get it at the video store at the mall only because my MAUDE set arrived with a crack in one of the plastic cases [I swapped it out with one of the cases from my FACTS set] and I was NOT pleased.
My copy of the Barney Miller release had the same problems. Personally (JMO), I paid it no mind because albeit the cases were cracked, the discs inside were very well protected, and to me, that's what counted.
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Though not as excited about this as MAUDE, I will be getting it--I just didn't pre-order. I think I will get it at the video store at the mall only because my MAUDE set arrived with a crack in one of the plastic cases [I swapped it out with one of the cases from my FACTS set] and I was NOT pleased.
This is the first time I've ordered directly from Shout! Factory and I am very pleased with the product. It was well packaged and nothing with cracked, dinged, or broken. Guess I just got lucky.
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DVD Talk has a review in of this release, and such has a picture of what the menu looks like:

http://www.dvdtalk.com/reviews/67522...te-series-the/
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DVD Talk has a review in of this release, and such has a picture of what the menu looks like:

http://www.dvdtalk.com/reviews/67522...te-series-the/
Great review!

I hadn't even looked at the bonus disc yet.... It's great that this info was in the review or no one would know until they actually buy the set...I wonder why thy left it off the box as part of the special features?!....

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One extra that's not listed on the box is "The Nanny Reunion: A Nosh to Remember" a 42-minute special produced by Lifetime in 2004. Drescher holds a get-together at her home for her former castmates (with the exception of Davis, who doesn't attend.) The friendly relationship between the actors is obvious as they chat and eat (joined by a special guest.) The best parts of the show are the bloopers and home videos they watch as part of the party. More of these would have been very welcome.
This special feature actually makes this set COMPLETE for me !!
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Great review!

I hadn't even looked at the bonus disc yet.... It's great that this info was in the review or no one would know until they actually buy the set...I wonder why thy left it off the box as part of the special features?!....
It could have been that, per the pictures that you put up, there might have been a lack of space on the back of the box. That's just what I'm guessing.
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I cheated and started watching the old Sony sets early, before the new box came in. So, I'm into the previously unreleased S4 of the Shout set.

Picture quality seems to be a bit less clear than the Sony sets, though Shout probably was only able to get available masters from Sony while Sony most likely did some remastering on the first three seasons. Of course, it's only a 20-year-old videotaped show, so the picture isn't bad by any means... definitely not like the later Facts of Life seasons, or Three's Company, or other older videotaped series.

Episodes are usually around 23 minutes, so, uncut for the era.
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I havent seen the original airing, just a clip of it. In the second wedding episode, just after Sylvia puts Fran to bed, Fran turns the tv on to watch I Love Lucy, then it fades to Maxwell watching the same show.

The clip: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pwPxMYunQNU

Towards the end of the youtube clip, it starts to fade into the scene where Maxwell is watching tv.. so it was originally there.
I posted this over at HTF, so maybe someone there will have an answer...

Some CBS shows in the late-90s did this gimmick of Forrest Gumping their classic stars into then-current shows... Rod Serling in Early Edition, Rob Petrie in Diagnosis Murder, Lucy in The Nanny. All three scenes are missing on the shows' respective DVDs.

It may be rights issues causing the Lucy edit from The Nanny.

Oh, and there was a scene with Sylvia admitting to eating edible panties, but not being shown eating them. That may be what you're thinking of.
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There is an actual scene with Sylvia eating the underwear.
I have seen two different edits of the wedding episodes; One begins with Maxwell and Niles in the kitchen before Fran is about to leave, and the episode ends with Fran, Sylvia and Val stranded on the roadside, with a "next time on the Nanny montage" following that. Part 2 begins with a "previously on the Nanny" montage, and a scene where Maxwell rescues the women from the roadside. Then it cuts to a scene with Fran and Val in bed.

The other copy includes the "eating panties" scene, and is edited differently.
Part 1 begins after the post-intro scene where Brighton and Maxwell are in the kitchen talking. It ends with Maxwell rescuing Fran, Sylvia and Val, then the short scene of Sylvia eating the edible panties (makes sense as they talked about them just prior to that). Part 2 begins with the scene where Maxwell and Niles are in the kitchen taking, and Fran is ready to leave (this took place first in the other edit).

I have a clip of the panties scene so it does exist.
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http://tvshowsondvd.com/n/21105

TVShowsonDVD.com announcement with more on that unannounced Nanny Reunion bonus
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I downloaded a dvd rip of Val's apartment because I wanted to hear the disco music they replaced The Trolley Song with, but The Trolley Song played on the episode I downloaded. Seasons 2 and 3 must have been released in some country with most or all of the licensed music. Maybe Germany? The season 8 and 9 Roseanne dvds had a lot more licensed music (and scenes) in Germany.
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