Jerry Beck on Stu's Show - 7/31/19- Page 2 - Forum.
mellongraig93
2019-07-31T23:00:13Z
Here we go, it's showtime!
mellongraig93
2019-07-31T23:31:03Z
Time for some feature films in this segment, focusing on three movies that are watchable at least in their point of view.

All of them are sequels to originals, Toy Story 4, The Secret Life Of Pets 2, and Angry Birds 2.

Their opinion about the new Lion King, not so good.
mellongraig93
2019-07-31T23:48:58Z
Now moving on to the feature films that will come out in the fall.
Kristjan
2019-08-01T00:36:25Z
Talking about Streaming services Now.
Kristjan
2019-08-01T00:38:55Z
Jerry "pornos and cartoons are the biggest sellers".
mellongraig93
2019-08-01T00:49:25Z
Surprise guest tonight 🙂
mellongraig93
2019-08-01T01:10:03Z
Cheryl Chase is one of the surprises of the night, and is going to return for next season to discuss her full life and career including her animated work.

Home video is coming up next! I know a lot of us are looking forward to that segment.

If you have any questions/comments for her, send them now via e-mail and be brief.
mellongraig93
2019-08-01T01:34:14Z
He's going to return on December 18th which is going to make it really tight to put a television broadcast after the Christmas gift giving show the week prior. I would have suggested him returning either Thursday/Friday of that week or Monday the 23rd. Of course that could still change between now and then but it used to be the old days when this show used to be weekly.
Toonatic
2019-08-01T01:52:48Z
So, any home video tidbits tonight?
mellongraig93
2019-08-01T02:19:37Z
There was but I do expect you to check the archives when the show will be available later tonight in full for those who missed it all or part of it.

And yet another marathon tonight, time for e-mail segment as usual.
mellongraig93
2019-08-01T02:55:59Z
Nearly four hours? Wow! I hope more will become VIP listeners to help keep the show going for many years to come, which also has over 300 classic television programs and counting. It is very expensive to do a television broadcast without the help of the VIP listening support via Patreon for $5/$10 per month.
Kristjan
2019-08-01T03:10:29Z
Recap of the email season would be nice.
nickramer
2019-08-01T04:08:35Z
The cartoon on Jerry's Cartoon Corner segment were:

Matty's Funday Funnies episode clips (Opening, bumpers, ads, etc.)

Croon Crazy (Van Buran, 1933)

Li'l Ainjil (Columbia, 1936)
mellongraig93
2019-08-01T06:45:57Z
The show is now available in the archives (all 237 minutes of it) - enjoy!

http://www.stusshow.com/archives.php 

Sometimes Stu also makes some archives available for free on the Vimeo channel, it's possible he may do that this time around at some point.
Mesterius
2019-08-01T12:22:12Z
Originally Posted by: Toonatic 

So, any home video tidbits tonight?



Originally Posted by: mellongraig93 

There was but I do expect you to check the archives when the show will be available later tonight in full for those who missed it all or part of it.

And yet another marathon tonight, time for e-mail segment as usual.



...so, you're not gonna tell us what the home video news were?

I'd appreciate a recap from someone about it.
Leviathan
2019-08-01T12:38:17Z
Popeye Volume 3 was reconfirmed. Other than that, stuff is happening but Jerry isn't allowed to say specifically what yet.

It's really weird because last time he said WAC's new releases would be announced at SDCC and he'd be talking about them.
Mesterius
2019-08-01T12:51:02Z
Originally Posted by: Leviathan 

Popeye Volume 3 was reconfirmed. Other than that, stuff is happening but Jerry isn't allowed to say specifically what yet.

It's really weird because last time he said WAC's new releases would be announced at SDCC and he'd be talking about them.



Thanks! Not sure what to make of that. I'd have hoped they would be ready to announce something else related to classic Hollywood animation soon.
Thad Komorowski
2019-08-02T02:08:31Z
Sticking with two years per volume is living dangerously with a series that has a famous (heh) reputation for getting increasingly taxing. It'd really make more sense to put the '50s cartoons out in two volumes (or even one big dump).
Kristjan
2019-08-02T08:20:10Z
Originally Posted by: Thad Komorowski 

Sticking with two years per volume is living dangerously with a series that has a famous (heh) reputation for getting increasingly taxing. It'd really make more sense to put the '50s cartoons out in two volumes (or even one big dump)



It's kinda funny how these Blu-rays are called Popeye the Sailor The 1940s as if they know that that the 1950s cartoons are not as good. It will interesting to so how they will go about doing those 1950s cartoons, but this Warner Archive a studio that has put out lots Hanna-Barbera 1970s and 1980s cartoons, which are probably worse than those 1950s Popeye cartoons.


but for me personally its proportionally less expensive to buy larger blu-ray or DVD sets, because importing customs are no joke so everything ends up being lot more expensive than the retail price.
vdubdavid
2019-08-04T06:00:45Z
Originally Posted by: Thad Komorowski 

Sticking with two years per volume is living dangerously with a series that has a famous (heh) reputation for getting increasingly taxing. It'd really make more sense to put the '50s cartoons out in two volumes (or even one big dump).



Indeed, before I saw the show I figured the plan could have been to start doubling up with four years on each set.

My hypothesis was the restorations would start getting a bit easier (or at least more straightforward) the further we got from the shorts that were most damaged by AAP edits so more shorts could be restored between street dates.
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