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ladyelainefairchilde

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Episodes 1286-1290 20 Yrs since last rebroadcasted on PBS
« on: August 14, 2011, 12:25:16 PM »
Hello everyone,

Just wanted to mention last Tuesday August 9 20 yrs have pass since 1286-1290 from 1973 season last rebroadcasted on PBS stations.
Also this was the last time vintage episodes when the living room of his tv house was still light yellowish beige color aired since. Earlier months from 1991 1244 was the last time the tomorrow song had been heard on PBS back in June 1991.

Does anyone on this neighborhood forum happen to record any of those 1200s series back in 1991 or earlier? Its like a treasure hunt trying to find others online that have earlier shows from 1200s series. I admit i have some but probably ones that people have seen before, especially for those who do trades with others. I look forward to hearing back from all of you.

ladyelainefairchilde  8) ;D

earnhardtfan4life

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Re: Episodes 1286-1290 20 Yrs since last rebroadcasted on PBS
« Reply #1 on: August 15, 2011, 10:21:58 AM »
Unfortunately, I wasn't smart enough to record either MRN or Sesame Street during that era.  I wish Amazon would hurry up and release the next 50 episodes. 

Mike

ladyelainefairchilde

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Re: Episodes 1286-1290 20 Yrs since last rebroadcasted on PBS
« Reply #2 on: August 15, 2011, 11:05:25 AM »
Thats allright when your younger you don't think of trying to archive every episode you watch on tv. You sure do miss them when PBS doesn't rerun them anymore. I remember being disappointed when i realize
pre-79s were no longer available for broadcast in the mid 1990s. Wishing to myself why didn't i make more
of an effort to archive the pre-79s classics. Videotapes back then, especially in the mid 1980s weren't
that cheap by anymeans. It would be costly to make an effort to archive every thing you see on tv in those days. Hopefully amazon can get there act together post next 50 episodes. Perhaps FRC should try to find another company that is willing to do the project.

ladyelainefairchilde 8) ::)