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    Renegades of Animation: Pat Sullivan

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a serious question for all you cartoonaholics

Discussion in 'Video / DVD Discussions' started by Dave Koch, Nov 7, 2013.

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    ur stance of "bootleggin" cartoons...for or against it??? lemme explain myself tho

    i am a "collector" i always buy my music cd;s and dvd movies or tv shows or cartoons i dont want anything bootlegged BUT! there are SOME exceptions...for example

    lets just say u walk into a store where a guy is selling pirated cartoons....what is ur immediate reaction???......lets say ur 24 yrs old(my age) and u pick up a copy of the woody woodpecker show or Aquaman or smurfs or any cartoon that u havent seen on tv in YEAAARS!!! and u remember it and cherish it from ur childhood....ur gonna sit there and tell me u wont buy it??????? i mean...is there anything wrong buying a thundercats bootlegged dvd in 1999 and all of a sudden u see it in stores in 2005 and ur like "hey i have it bootlegged but i love this show and i am a collector i will buy it since its in stores now"

    that is my whole thing......i dont think there is anything wrong with buying a cartoon show that CANNOT be purchased in stores because it hasnt come out yet.....if it does come out the next year or 2....then i would think and assume you would also buy the "Real" copy since ur a collector and u want the special features that the bootlegg version u bought didnt have

    any1 disagree? agree? experienced this???

    a couple of years ago in ny i almost bought he-man, woody woodpecker, and fat albert....prices were pretty high....$15-$20 for a handfull of cartoons.....i said to myself...i would love to but cant afford it....im sure they will come out on dvd soon....2 out of 3 isnt bad huh? but it sure isnt great

    I WANT MY WOODY WOODPECKER SHOW!!! (not the crappy 90's version) i dunno how long i am going to wait

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