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Ulf Dalquist <[log in to unmask]>
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Tue, 11 Oct 1994 09:30:46 +0100
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> Say has anyone seen any good remakes of any television shows in the
> movie theaters and on video? In case you haven't noticed they're
> out there.
> Recently I viewed the remake of "The Fugitive". Being in my early
> 40's, I found Ford's versoin interesting. However, I guess that I'm
> just old fashion. I prefer Janssen's version best.
> Let's see...what others are there....Gilligan's Island(have not seen),
> The Addams Family(have seen and their creepy and kookie as ever), The
> Flinstones (Yah, wasn't John Goodman good as Fred Flinstone and Rick
> Moranis an excellent Barney Rubble?), The Beverly Hillbillies (haven't
> seen).
> I know there are others, but off hand I can't think of any more. Say!
> I heard that since the Flinstones was well received in live people format,
> that a Jetson's live person movie is in the making. Does anyone know if
> this is true? Also word has it that a "Lost In Space" movie in in the
> works. Is this also true?
>WOW....What a line up..Has Hollywood gone dry of ideas?
> ---Mark W. White, <3XEMSAL@CMUVM>---
You're probably on the trekkers death list by now... Star Trek's kinda obvious.
The Muppet Show made it to the silver screen, two times, I think.
Twin Peaks...
...and the price goes to japanese samurai/splatter film Baby Cart at River Styx,
originally a TV series cut down and dubbed for theatrical release in the U.S.
-- Ulf Dalquist Dept. of Sociology--
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