Leviathan wrote:There are only 13 Deitch Tom and Jerrys. A one-disc of those would be infinitely preferable to another belated Greatest Chases volume.
OK, one package, then. Thanks for the correction!
zavkram wrote:If the price is right I might pick this up; as others have said there were a few decent ones in the Jones T&J series. I'm thinking specifically of ones like The Cat Above and The Mouse Below; which is a kind of a cross between H-B's The Cat Concerto and Jones's earlier Long-Haired Hare.
Jon had remarked that one of the key reasons that WHV can release thse cartoons at the present time is because all of them had been previously released outside of the U.S. and so there would not be much expense incurred in repackaging them and reissuing them on DVD.
By that logic, however, why couldn't have WHV simply reissued all of the H-B Tom and Jerrys as well as those done by Jones as a new series of DVD's (comprising not a single boxed set, mind you, but rather 8 individually packaged DVD's)?
On the nose-y.Jon Cooke wrote:From WHV's standpoint this release is a no-brainer.
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