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Old 08-08-2006, 07:43 PM   #1
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Question What's the rarest show...EVER!

What is the rarest show ever to you?

You know, that one that you've been looking for since you started trading, but have just about given up on.

Mine is the British sitcom 'Our House'. It featured the Carry On team, all living in the same house. I think it aired in the 70's, but when Richard Attenborough took over as head at the bbc, he ordered all of the reels to be destroyed to make room for more 'intellectual programmes'.

Think the chances of finding it are somewhere between nada and zilch!


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Old 08-08-2006, 09:39 PM   #2
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the rarest show ever is very simple

its what ever i just got a complete set of before anyone else

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Old 08-08-2006, 10:38 PM   #3
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I'd say things like the original Quatermass and A for Andromeda. Quatermass especially, since it was done live, and a strike at the BBC prevented kinescopes from being made of the last few episodes. The script by Nigel Kneale and some production photos exist, but not the last couple of episodes. I've always wanted to see the monster in full motion - apparently it was a glove puppet with bits of twigs and leaves stuck on it, and I think I remember reading that Kneale himself did the "puppetry" of the monster destroying Westminster Cathedral. It was all done live - studio, location, the whole shot. Somewhere out in space, the transmission is still playing ...
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Old 08-08-2006, 10:46 PM   #4
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Probably "Sally". 1957 Sitcom on NBC that ran to 1958
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Old 08-08-2006, 11:04 PM   #5
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The Moster Squad Tv Series from the 70s N Tiger Sharks 80s cartoon series
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Old 08-08-2006, 11:49 PM   #6
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The Complete Alfred Hithcock 30 minute tv series. I can see like 156 episodes going around in trades, but the complete series, I am almost looking hope finding it...
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NEW PEOPLE 1969 COMPLETE SERIES on ABC

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What is the rarest show ever to you?

You know, that one that you've been looking for since you started trading, but have just about given up on.

Mine is the British sitcom 'Our House'. It featured the Carry On team, all living in the same house. I think it aired in the 70's, but when Richard Attenborough took over as head at the bbc, he ordered all of the reels to be destroyed to make room for more 'intellectual programmes'.

Think the chances of finding it are somewhere between nada and zilch!


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Wonderful series, the carry on set. I have 30 of the 31 produced, commencing with their first in 1958.

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Mine is a tie. One for me, one for the sake of looking

Mine- Turnabout. Been looking 9 years. I've almost given up.


And...
Heil Honey I'm home...


A british sitcom in which they made hitler into a comedy...

I have a long standing bet with someone ill never find and want to for the money and the proof that you can get anything through trading and waiting.

I don't care about the show or it content- but the proof that someone was stupid enough to make it-
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Mine is a tie. One for me, one for the sake of looking

Mine- Turnabout. Been looking 9 years. I've almost given up.


And...
Heil Honey I'm home...


A british sitcom in which they made hitler into a comedy...

I have a long standing bet with someone ill never find and want to for the money and the proof that you can get anything through trading and waiting.

I don't care about the show or it content- but the proof that someone was stupid enough to make it-
I saw Heil Honey at a torrent site a few months ago. I will check to see if it is still up for you.
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Your right Gilligan, just found it and grabbed it.
Thanks....I'll use my winnings for more blanks lol


Now just have to find Turnabout...
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How about Mr. T and Tina? I believe nine episodes were filmed, but only five aired before the series got the ax.
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On Location with Robin Williams from HBO circa 1978. HBO claims they no longer have the tape. I have a copy.
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