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Would like to find a copy of this series


Great series. WOuld like to see it again. [email protected]

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looking for it myself. did you ever get a copy?

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Still watching for it to show up. A lot of the older ones are showing up now. So always hope. Will let you know if I find it and hopefully you will do the same Thanks

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iwatched it as a child, great show , i would also like to have a copy. thanks pat
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will let you know if I can locate it

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I loved this show as a kid. As I recall , it was broadcast on Sunday nights after Bonanza. It was replaced by "The High Chaparral" and the actor Mark Slade made the transition from one series to the next. I would be as happy as a dead pig to have all 29 episodes on DVD; she wouldn't see me for a week! Does anyone have any ideas? I doubt it was ever in syndication, so there probably aren't any 16 mm prints floating around. If anyone has info please post;I'm in!
BigPhil

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Wouldn't we all like copies of The Wackiest Ship!! I'd love to see Mark Slade as a sea sick sailor. However, it hasn't been released on DVD, and the only thing we can do is sign the watch lists on sites like www.orderdvdtvshows.com. They'll contact the rightholders as soon as there are a thousand signatures on the list.
CL23

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"Prepare to start smiling and waving!".....
"Commence smiling and waving!"

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at least one episode on youtube
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IoinyJK3djA

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I loved watching this show as an adolescent. One episode (don't remember the name) sticks in my mind: At the end, one of the girls on the ship is unmasked as a Nazi spy. She locks herself in the ship's radio shack and tries to contact Berlin. The Chief shoots a burst from his Tommy gun through the locked door. They open it, and the spy girl still sits at the radio, dead, her head down on the table, the microphone still clutched in her hand, arm swinging. I'll never forget it! What episode was it, and is it on YouTube?

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There are several episodes (not that one, unfortunately) on YouTube, in black & white (for some reason... the show was in color).

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Really would like to get a copy of this TV-Series myself..My grandfather who lived in Abaco, Bahamas built the schooner used in the series..

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