Life is like a hurricane…
Note: These will require a region-free dvd player :)
More royalties for the Money Bin, woohoo!
Fascinating video regarding catchy tunes, in particular this.
Plus 1 for reminding me again :)
not complete. there are nearly 100 episodes in total so this is missing season 4 and part of season 3 (most likely)
ah the pitfalls of buying DVDs online.. oh well… I guess sometimes life is like a hurricane..
Great post. Duck tales should be a staple in everyone's home
Disney plus be able to stream this most likely
Yeah but why would you pay for another greedy streaming service?
Duck tales is on Stan for anyone interested
It's the 2017 series on Stan.
This deal is the older series.
Ahh. Didn’t look into it. Just saw it when kids were scrolling through
I prefer the late night edition
That's the one that I remember!
Note… this would require buying a DVD player. Do they even sell many of these anymore?
Always surprised DVD deals are popular in the era of streaming.
Of course not
X360 or XB1
In fairness, you could make this same comment on any consumable deal.
Two from today's front page:
- God of War. Note… this would require buying a PS4.
- Reese's Puffs. Note… this would require buying a bowl, milk, and a spoon… or choking on dry puffs.
Absolutely. Just a PS4 and bowls / spoons seems like 2019 technology.
Think we ditched our DVD player 7 years ago now.
Yet most would still have some sort of playback device. As I mentioned, a games console or some form of blu-ray player would suffice.
Given the kids nature of the show, every chance that the kids still have access to something to play back a disc
Bowls & spoons 2019 technology?? Back to my cave then…
Many people are entirely over streaming, with the monthly fees, random deletion of content, and multitude of competing services.
I cancelled the four different music and TV streaming services I’d subscribed to and went back to Blu-Rays and CDs. I can buy a few each month, build up an epic library, and keep it all even if I stop paying each month.
And commentary tracks as well, which have largely been a casualty in the age of streaming.
You posted a deal this year for a video camera. I ditched mine half a decade ago replacing it with my mobile. I'm surprised still and video cameras are still popular
Wow you can still buy DVDs? Price seems pretty expensive for something that was released 30+ years ago. Good old Disney.
No one should still be using DVDs - but they're 20 years old, not 30.
Why can’t I use DVDs? I have loads of them and use them regularly.
Sure, Blu-Ray is better, but for content that was originally broadcast in SD, the difference is marginal.
Am I not allowed to play them anymore?
Perhaps I should have said "No one should be still buying DVDs".
I've purchased a ridiculous amount of DVDs over the years, but I've stopped playing them. Some I've upgraded to Blu-ray, others I can just stream.
@AdrianW: Any genuine movie fan purchased a tone of DVDs. When the tech came out (replacing VHS) it was just amazing, we'll never see that leap again.
I was 18 and paid $1200 for a Toshiba DVD player in '98.
@Ripped: I think from SDR content to HDR content is a huge leap. The increase in contrast is a game changer, when you have light areas and dark areas on screen at the same time it looks amazing.
@Ripped: I probably bought the next version of that player in '99 - had dropped to $800 by then. Mine was an SD-2109 - was a regular visitor to MichaelDVD and the DVDPlaza forums.
Got 5 free DVDs with the player, bought some at Myer (for $34.95 each), also from Amazon US, Amazon CA, Reel.com, DVDExpress.com, DVDSoon, DeepDiscountDVD, etc.
I meant Ducktales was first released/aired 30+ years ago.
Hah, that makes more sense.
I know. Same as those idiots paying full price for groceries when you can just stuff it all down your pants and walk out.
I stuff them in my pants and then pay for them.
Is this available in 4k?
It's not even available in 1080p yet (although, perhaps Disney+ will get a HD version?).
Given that 4K is 24x the resolution of DVD, that version will be 24 times the price……so $720. Start saving! :p
Like you'd see the difference anyway (if there was a 1080p version)… Pfft.
are they donald duck kids?
Like for nostalgia :)
Aren't we all growing old nicely like Uncle Scrooge? :)
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