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This comprehensive collection features all 39 full-length classic episodes, brilliantly remastered. Highly rated on Amazon receiving 4.8 stars out 5 stars based on over 800 customer reviews. -slickdewmaster

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Animatronic Ralph Kramden: One of these days, Alice-- Bang, zoom, straight to the moon!

Leela: Wow! I never realized the first astronauts were so fat.

Fry: That's not an astronaut, it's a TV comedian! And he was just using space travel as a metaphor for beating his wife
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Comparing the Honeymooners to TAGS is apples to oranges.

The Andy Griffith Show is a visit to Mayberry. A state of mind. An age of innocence.

The Honeymooners is a showcase of human talent. Sparse production values become a platform for greatness.

They both are the very best at what they do, but they each do different things.
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I think you mean "Hug! Kiss! I love and respect you, Alice!"

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Classic. Love this show, a family favorite. Bang Zoom!
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There's something not insignificant that these shows lose when you watch them on media that has been reprocessed and enhanced into oblivion.

This show enjoyed a resurgence in popularity in the mid 1980s and I grabbed a ton of episodes off the air back then. They show their age, as well they should.
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Classic. Love this show, a family favorite. Bang Zoom!
I think you mean "Hug! Kiss! I love and respect you, Alice!"

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Animatronic Ralph Kramden: One of these days, Alice-- Bang, zoom, straight to the moon!

Leela: Wow! I never realized the first astronauts were so fat.

Fry: That's not an astronaut, it's a TV comedian! And he was just using space travel as a metaphor for beating his wife
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Same price with free shipping for Prime members on Amazon.
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Same price with free shipping for Prime members on Amazon.
That's for the DVD version
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Andy Griffith Show Season 1 Blu-ray is also 11.95 + $4.00 s/h.

https://www.hamiltonbook.com/the-...w-season-1
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Andy Griffith Show Season 1 Blu-ray is also 11.95 + $4.00 s/h.

https://www.hamiltonbook.com/the-...w-season-1
$13.49 from third parties (new) if you have Prime. Taxes may vary.

https://www.amazon.com/The-Andy-G...H5NY6E6&m=

Not sure how combined shipping works from Hamilton though.
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There's something not insignificant that these shows lose when you watch them on media that has been reprocessed and enhanced into oblivion.

This show enjoyed a resurgence in popularity in the mid 1980s and I grabbed a ton of episodes off the air back then. They show their age, as well they should.
What do you mean? Blu-ray.com gave it a relatively high grade on PQ.
https://www.blu-ray.com/movies/Th...93/#Review

What are you suggesting they did? I haven't seen it so I can't comment.
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$13.49 from third parties (new) if you have Prime. Taxes may vary.

https://www.amazon.com/The-Andy-G...H5NY6E6&m=

Not sure how combined shipping works from Hamilton though.

Hamilton offers $4 flat rate for shipping for those who want to pickup both
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Some of these old tv shows still hold up, but I'm thinking this one not so much (although I do like Norton/Art Carney). Compared to the old B&W Andy Griffith show, this is like a carbuncle in tv history.
You're a carbuncle. Bang zoom!
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What do you mean? Blu-ray.com gave it a relatively high grade on PQ.
https://www.blu-ray.com/movies/Th...93/#Review

What are you suggesting they did? I haven't seen it so I can't comment.
Quality is not a direct function of how much it looks like a Disney studio marvel of laser scanned perfection, at least not to me. The show was made in the 1950s to be broadcast on small black and white television screens; it depicted the spartan life of a working class couple living in a dingy one bedroom apartment in New York. The linked review, in a backhanded way, laments how far the picture quality, reprocessed as it already is, actually is from pixel-level perfection. That works for a foreign-income dependent, nine figure production that's long on one-dimensional characters and explosions and short on syllables, not for a sixty year old TV shows.
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