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Old 01-23-2002, 07:12 PM   #2
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Does anyone know if the 13-episodes are going to be available on VHS anytime soon? Just askin, since that 10 tape thing is ten other tapes I think..since it lists 30 episodes.
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Old 01-25-2002, 06:21 PM   #3
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This gives me an idea. I should order AITF on either DVD or VHS and give it to my grandfather on his birthday. He really loves "All in the Family". I remember him saying that he used to always watch it back in the 70's. He would never miss it.
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Old 01-30-2002, 06:34 PM   #4
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But beware...

The running time says 286 minutes, and since the shows in 1971 were 25 minutes at least, 28613=22, they could be edited unless this is wrong.

Or someone at Columbia thought there were 11 first season episodes:
28611=26.

Hey, if uncut is good enough for VHS it should be MANDATORY for DVD.
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Old 01-31-2002, 08:23 AM   #5
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That sounds like a good idea. You should do it. This is for the person who wants to order for the grandad.
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Hey, if uncut is good enough for VHS it should be MANDATORY for DVD.
I agree 100%. I wouldn't want to pay money for episodes edited down to TV quality.
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Guess what...

It is definitely UNCUT. All 13 episodes are unedited. It's safe to buy it. The running time stated on the discs is incorrect.

Now if they'd just hurry up with the subsequent seasons.
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I just ordered this for my father. He'll be so surprised.
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I Bought Season 2 at Walmart today for 25 Bucks. Good Buy.
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I Bought Season 2 at Walmart today for 25 Bucks. Good Buy.
I thought it wasn't supposed to be out until the 4th. Wish my Wal-Mart was that fast; lol.
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Old 02-18-2003, 12:27 AM   #11
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I just purchased the season two dvd today and was puzzled to discover that the season one set was priced higher than this newest set, does anyone know why? I am sure the answer is fairly obvious but as of yet, the reason has eluded me.

Also, am I correct in assuming that they plan on "slowly" releasing each subsequent season on a yearly basis?
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Yeah, I bought the second season DVD set yesterday, also. I just wanted to point out that I've already seen at least 4 scenes/dialogues that Nick-at-Nite must've cut out or something, because Ive watched some episodes that I've seen a bunch of times on Nick-at-Nite, and I see the "Un-cut" (For lack of a better word) stuff on the DVD.

EDIT 5/17/03: Jeez! I bought the First Season at Best Buy yesterday, and man, almost EVERY episode I see a little scene or few lines I NEVER saw on the same episodes on Nick-at-Nite. Do you think it's more "politically incorrect" lines, or just to make the time right since there's so many stinkin' commercials nowadays that Nick-at-Nite cuts this stuff out?

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Damn, I really need to catch up. I still haven't bought the AITF dvds. I hope to get them on my birthday, but we'll see.
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I'm planning on pickin' up the Season 1 ones tomorrow..
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what happened to Season 3? isn't it coming out? I haven't even heard anything about it yet. have they stopped or something?
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