with Ernie Reyes Jr. alongside Gil Gerard (formerly television's Buck Rogers) was a spin-off of the original Walt Disney one-time special, "The Last Electric Knight", and ran from 1986-1987. The Last Electric Knight/Sidekicks has never been put to DVD.
The Bronx Zoo
, an hour long drama about an inner city school in the bronx which ran from 1987-1988, has never been put to DVD.
I'm surprised that with Hulk Hogan's new found popularity on VH1's reality show, that Hulk Hogan's Rock 'N' Wrestling cartoon
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hulk_Hogan ... _Wrestling (copy & paste link)
which ran from 1985-1987 has never been released on DVD. Heck, even the Rambo cartoon from that same time period has been put to DVD!
In 1985 Christopher Reeve hosted Dinosaur!
, a 60 minute educational Television program on Dinosaurs. Dinosaur! has never been released on DVD. Phil Tippett did the special effects. "Tippett Studio won its first award, an Emmy for Special Visual Effects, for the animated dinosaur sequences."
I'm a gamer, have been since I was a kid, and I'd watch these video-game game-shows no matter how cheesy and childish they were, if just to catch a glimpse of newer games in action.
Shows like Video Power
which ran from 1989-1990, GamePro TV
which ran from 1990-1991, and Nickelodeon Arcade
which ran from 1992-1993. None of which are available on DVD.
I just found out that Starcade
, "TV's first (and only) video arcade game show", has one DVD
available containing 5 episodes (out of 134) taken from 1981-83, featuring Super Pac Man, Buck Rogers, Tac Scan, Star Trek, Super Zaxxon, Joust, Star Wars, and more!