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    [Babylon 5 -- series and movies]

    Status Wish List FAQ

    Submitted by Chris Bidler on June 08, 19100 at 22:38:28:
    DVD Title: Babylon 5 -- series and movies
    Studio: Babylonian Productions/Warner Brothers

    Content Necessities:

    I would pay for just the shows as they aired (minus commericals, of course)!


    Commentary by the series creator (J. Michael Straczynski(sp?)), principal actors, Douglas Netter (effects guru/producer), all would be great and add value to the series.

    Disc Value:

    Difficult to say because I'm not sure how many episodes would go on one disc. I would probably be willing to pay around $100-150 for *all five seasons* and the films from this most excellent series.

    Additional Comments:

    I am interested in this idea (B5 on DVD), even though I already have the first four seasons on tape, and even though the probable upcoming syndication by the Sci-Fi channel will allow me to get any episodes I've missed, and make sure my tapes are in order, etc. The reason for this is simple -- Babylon 5 is in my humble opinion the best thing done with non-journalistic television in the last fifteen years. I want to have an archive of it in DVD format so I can show it to my children, without having to cringe at the poor quality of the VHS rendition. I think that I am not alone in this, and it's something you might want to be aware of when trying to determine your potential market penetration.

    I *know* that whoever does this will win a small but loyal and dedicated base of fans forever.


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